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Maximum Risk

Maximum Risk ★★½ 1996 (R)

Like we need two of them? Van Damme, in a deja vu storyline (see “Double Impact”) plays identical twins—a good French guy and a bad Russian guy—and when the bad guy gets killed, his brother takes over his life to find out whodunit. Risk and danger aside, the ruse is not all that bad, what with Henstridge as his sib's squeeze, unaware that the man she has in a lip lock is not her beloved. Has all the action you'd expect from a pic with “The Muscles from Brussels” and more guns, fists, and car chases is, of course, the major reason to invest your entertainment dollars here. Hong Kong action auteur Lam's stateside debut ensures that fast-paced chases and full-throttle combat is well done and visually appealing. 100m/C VHS, DVD . Jean-Claude Van Damme, Natasha Henstridge, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Stephane Audran, Paul Ben-Victor, Zach Grenier, Frank Senger; D: Ringo Lam; W: Larry Ferguson; C: Alexander Grusynski; M: Robert Folk.

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