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Defender [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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Yes he has made his fair share of stinkers (but then again how many actors haven't?), but amongst them there have been some highly entertaining films, some of my favourite examples are:
Command Performance Command Performance [DVD]
Dark Angel Dark Angel [DVD]
Red Scorpion Red Scorpion [DVD]
Army Of One (aka Joshua Tree) Army Of One (aka Joshua Tree)
The Peacekeeper The Peacekeeper [DVD]
This production from 2004, 'The Defender', was the big Swedes directorial debut and is actually not a bad action film; it was originally supposed to be directed by Sidney J. Furie but he fell ill during pre-production and Dolph stepped up to the plate, since that time he has gone on to direct a further five films and he has displayed a definite ability to make surprisingly stylish films on a relatively small budget.
This time out he potrays a character called Lance Rockford (how come all these action heroes have names that make them sound like action heroes?!Read more ›
at least half of the ones I bought were rubbish but this really stood out as a very good film with an actual story line and amazingly some decent acting from the lump of rock AKA Dolph.
I would heartily recommend this film to anyone who wants to watch a decent action film on a rainy afternoon!
Good production but the action is limited to a series of gunshootouts and not much else.
Worth a watch if little else to do and your a fan of low brow action.
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it's ok bought very cheap think for about 1p it's very ham but I wanted to see it as Gerald Kyd was in it would was good but the movie wasn't great maybe it's more of a mans filmPublished on 18 Aug. 2014 by Isabella
Sadly this film is the usual Dolph fare. Bad acting, tragic plotline and poor directing. Even Alan (Carol Jacksons boyfriend from the 90s) from Eastenders makes and appearence with... Read morePublished on 23 Mar. 2012 by Sgt. Rock