Muscles from Brussels Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren (doomed to be eternally regarded as the poor man's Arnold Schwarzenegger) are well cast here as virtually robotic supersoldiers, in a script that plays up to their strengths (violence and destruction) whilst covering up their weaknesses (acting). It's a suitably big and loud film with lots and lots of well staged action, as two soldiers who died in Vietnam are revived 25 years later as supermen, only to restart their old enmity. It's a totally bonkers premise, but hey, when it's this much fun who cares? Directed with some style by Roland Emmerich, money has obviously been spent on the picture with lots of expensive stuff being blown up or dropped off cliffs, making for a thrilling ride to the big and impressively staged showdown. It's held up well, 5 stars.