“Action goes into overtime.”
After Die Hard rewrote the rules of the action movie, Hollywood started churning out thinly disguised knocks, replicating its plot in increasingly bizarre locations.
So on this show Will and Dara take a look Jean Claude Van Damme’s Sudden Death (1995), which took the Die Hard concept and moved the action into the unlikely environs of an ice rink.
Among the topics of discussion: the wondrous villainy of Powers Boothe, improvised weapon making, and the acting merits of the Muscles from Brussels.
They also look at one of the most operatic exploding helicopters ever committed to celluloid.
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