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Van Damme Action Pack Quadruple Feature: Timecop / Hard Target / Street Fighter / The Quest


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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Raul Julia, Lance Henriksen, Yancy Butler, Roger Moore
  • Directors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, John Woo, Peter Hyams, Steven E. de Souza
  • Writers: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Pfarrer, Frank Dux, Mark Verheiden
  • Format: NTSC, DVD-Video, Widescreen, Color
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Mca (Universal)
  • Release Date: May 27 2008
  • Run Time: 392 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0015FQZIK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,665 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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By James on April 1 2014
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Bought for a friend. Not a fan myself. But he enjoyed it very much. Was a great value and a great gift.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Badgley TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 3 2010
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This quadruple feature Van Damme "fight pack" is presented by Universal pictures and features four action flicks(from best downward),Time Cop,The Quest,Hard Target and Street Fighter.Instead of the dreaded double sided disc for these films Universal,thankfully,has placed two films on each disc.All of the films have been transferred nicely,are clear and crisp and they are presented in widescreen format.No extras are available.
"Hard Target"(released Aug/93)concerns the story of a sadistic businessman by the name of Emil Fouchon(Lance Henriksen) and his associate Pik Van Cleaf(Arnold Vosloo).They have been in many locales worldwide where they offer to set up actual hunting expeditions...for humans.They pay off coroners so no questions are asked and hire a local stooge to suss out the people they need;preferably with NO family,usually street people.This time the subject they last hunted HAD a family and now the daughter,Natasha Binder(Yancy Butler),has come looking for her father,a down and out ex vet.She enlists the help of a local unemployed ex vet Chance Boudreaux(Van Damme).At first he isn't interested as he has a job lined up,but when that falls through he agrees to help.Through alot of twist and turns the mystery the two start to uncover gets more bizarre and dangerous until they finally find the truth;and it isn't pretty.Fouchon does everything he can to stop Natasha and Chance and in the finale inside a warehouse filled with Mardi Gras floats and masks,Fouchon finally gets his comeuppance.
A nice story that falls a little flat in execution,but with a solid supporting cast.Henrikson and Vosloo give out some great menacing vibes.I give it a solid three stars.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Timecop in widescreen at last! May 24 2008
By John S. Ryan - Published on Amazon.com
And it's about bloody time.

My only purpose in writing this review is to confirm that at long last, we have a Region 1 version of Timecop in true anamorphic widescreen format. If, like me, you've been waiting for it for years, then I guess that'll be good news to you.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Finally - TIMECOP in true widescreen! June 20 2008
By The SciFi Moviebuff - Published on Amazon.com
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I gotta say... I am very happy I bought this set... I did buy it primarily to get Timecop in widescreen... and I admit I was apprehensive about this... Frankly, I was afraid they would take the full screen version and simply cut off the top and bottom, like so many companies have done to "create" a widescreen version of their movies... but this version is true 2:35:1 widescreen AND it is dual layer and very good quality - even on the big screen plasma! I haven't watched the other films in the set yet, but I don't care... Timecop is excellent and finally it is here in widescreen... I recommend this highly and say thanks to the people who decided to give us true quality for the money we spent on this!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Van Damme Fun! July 28 2008
By J. Henriques - Published on Amazon.com
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I already own all of J-C Van Damme's movies, but quite a few are old videos, some former rentals. This quad movie pack freed up quite a bit of shelf space, all movies are in widescreen, no special features.

Hard Target and Timecop are my 2d and 3d fave Van Damme movies (#1 is Universal Soldier). Both produced by Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert.

Both are action movies. Hard Target is directed by John Woo so you know there will be a dove and some good fights, all in slow motion. It's the first time I remember seeing Arnold Vosloo, before he became The Mummy. Lance Henrickson is also good in it. You get a brush with Sam's brother Ted, but no Bruce. One of J-C's better performances.

Timecop is an action sci-fi flick - J-C works for a security agency that polices time travel - very enjoyable. You get to see quite a bit of Mia Sara, much matured since her day off with Ferris Buhler.

Street Fighter is more of an action comedy, although not all of the comedy was intentional. Not my favorite movie. I liked Raul Julia as an actor, but he was obviously very ill during filming - had that gaunt look - it was his last cinema release. He mostly glares at people. I don't know anything about the video games so no idea how the movie translated from them. A bunch of hostages are taken, J-C and his army are trying to rescue them and stop their captor from gaining world domination.

The Quest reminds me of Bloodsport. The reason could be that the story is by Frank Dux (on whom Bloodsport was based) and J-C (who starred in the movie). J-C also directed. Much like Bloodsport, you are there for the fights, not for the acting. I don't think this movie is quite in the same league as Bloodsport, even though Roger Moore is in it. How did that happen? Is Timothy Dalton next? But I did enjoy the fights.

I would recommend this movie pack.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
excellent prints of all 4 films at a really great price March 20 2011
By E. A. Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this set specifically because I wanted a widescreen version of "Timecop," and I'm happy to say that the print quality in both sound and visual is excellent. "Hard Target" looks just as good as it does on the previous DVD release. These two films are easily the best of the Jean-Claude Van Damme features, with solid acting, plot, effects, and action. Just these two films alone makes the set worthwhile. However, the lesser-known "Quest" is great martial arts fun of the same stripe as "Bloodsport" or "Enter the Dragon," where the hero has to fight a bunch of other martial artists in a tournament.

"Street Fighter" is the weakest of the bunch. If it were a B-grade action flick, the straight-to-cable kind like you used to see on "Monstervision" or the off hours of Cinemax, it would be fine. However, the movie is completely unfocused, and the obvious ill health of Raul Julia is uncomfortable. Because it was supposed to be big budget with pretty big names for 1994, it's not fun like so many B-grade mid-1990s action films are. It's just bad, but it's no reason not to buy this set. Skip "Street Fighter" and go straight to the other 3 films. You won't regret it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Best entertainment bang for your buck! Dec 14 2008
By p0tempkin - Published on Amazon.com
There isn't much to say that has not already been said. Van Damme is a rare artist in his field. There are few actors today that can deliver such an engaging performance while roundhouse kicking the bad guys into oblivion.

Time Cop and Hard Target are the cream of the crop, and are worth the price alone. The Quest was better than I expected; Street Fighter is clearly the runt of the pack, but not because of Van Damme's performance.

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