A nightclub bouncer in his fifties who's taken punches, literally and figuratively, struggles to raise his 8-year-old daughter. The former bodyguard finds himself forced to collaborate with the police. His mission: infiltrate the organization of a dangerous Flemish gang leader.
The movie was good but it could’ve been better. I don’t understand why Van Damme is playing this type of roles lately of a tired sad man who had experienced a tragedy or he’s about to have one. And most interestingly is the fact that he’s not using his signature punches and kicks. He became famous because of his strong positive personality and those moves high kicks short punches and splits. He has replaced those great moves with shooting guns which anyone else can do it.
JVCD at his Best
By Directed by Don
Van Damme always reminded me of my dad. Mostly because I watched his best movies growing up (Timecop, Sudden Death, Universal Soldier). Then... he disappeared, like most action stars. I knew he had the acting ability, but it would come more naturally in his native language, french. So when JCVD came out, he knocked it out. I love french thrillers, and this one starring JCVD is his best acting work to date. The urgency of how dire his situation was could've been more fleshed out. It's like a poor french man's Point Blank meets Drive. Still great though!
Better than anticipated!
Lukas Trailer (2018) Jean-Claude Van Damme Action Movie