“I’m Paul Barlow, and this is my daughter Jo.”

“Malone.”

“You got a first name?”

“Yeah.”

Jean-Claude Van Damme

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No Retreat, No Surrender Bloodsport Black Eagle Kickboxer Lionheart Death Warrant Double Impact Universal Soldier Nowhere to Run Hard Target Street Fighter Sudden Death Double Team Knock Off Universal Soldier: The Return Desert Heat Second in Command Until Death The Shepherd: Border Patrol JCVD Universal Soldier: Regeneration Assassination Games Dragon Eyes The Expendables 2 Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning
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3 Responses to “Jean-Claude Van Damme”

  1. This was a very informative and interesting post.
    Thank you very much for publishing this.

    -Regards
    Oliver

  2. So I’m looking at these posters and I think JCVD’s output is much better than Seagal’s output.

  3. I randomly started reading Richard Stanley’s IMDb page yesterday and came across this bit of trivia, that really makes me wish I could travel to parallel dimensions where movies, that weren’t made in our dimension, exist:

    Wrote a script called “Nemesis” (inspired by the H.P. Lovecraft poem with the same title) about a group of robbers who break into the vault of a very old Dutch bank to get some diamonds, but end up trapped inside the building fighting a demon who possessed one of them. The project was planned as a starring vehicle for Jean-Claude Van Damme and Sam Raimi was looking to direct it in the 90s, but sadly it didn’t happen.

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