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3.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese Brazilian, Italian, Latin Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: None
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Ais
  • Release Date: Sept. 3 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00CU9QHXS
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Format: DVD
The Stanley Cup is just about to happen in Pittsburgh, but a homicidal maniac rigs the arena full of explosives. He wants bank accounts to be put under his name or he will assassinate the Vice President. Only one man can stop him from fulfilling his greedy plans and that is the lord Van Damme! "Sudden Death" plays like "Die Hard" and "Under Siege," two tour de forces. Van Damme is a fire investigator who also fights. Of course. Unfortunately for him, he has two children who are snotty brats! Dire. When his daughter is kidnapped by a manly mascot, it's up to Van Damme to save her, the Vice President and the Penguins fans! He fights a mascot in a kitchen, guys all around the arena, diffuses bombs and saves the day. Luckily for him, the game went to sudden death which allowed him more time. Powers Boothe plays the deranged looney and Van Damme teaches him a lesson. Don't waste good food and don't be selfish! The helicopter the demon was in fell through the arena vertically and exploded with a vengeance! Hamanee times does a mortal have to mess with Van Damme? They should know better.
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Anyone can brain-bash Jean-Claude Van Damme all they want..but put aside his media and legal troubles and all the rumors, and you'll find that 1995's 'Sudden Death' is a more than worthwhile movie. The Muscles from Brussels is Darren McCord, a former firefighter retired after a traumatic failed rescue attempt. While employed at Pittsburgh's Ice arena, he gives his young son and daughter two tickets to the Stanley Cup Play-Offs'. Arena security is on pins and needles, having to secure the rink to perfection to protect the United States Vice President (An Ok part played by Raymond Barry) as he attends the game. In the meantime, a cunning criminal (Powers Boothe)..(I wont give away his standing), takes the arena hostage unbeknownst to everyone but the ones inside the Presidential skybox. Superstar actor Powers Boothe is the perfect compliment to Jean-Claude's action masterpieces, accompanied by a 1-in-a-million script that gives a believable story and fantastic special effects a true spotlight. Director Peter Hyams puts touches of comedy that will work so well at first viewing, (If Youre Like Me), you'll probably have to stop the movie until you're done laughing. Just watch for the scene where Van Damme attempts to escape capture by Boothe's partners, by stealing the uniform off of the comatose Penguins goalie. Who would've thought after seeing Van Damme spin out movies like 'Bloodsport' and 'Kickboxer', that 'Sudden Death' would hit the big screen hard and still be recalled as his greatest movie of all time. This is NOT excessively violent or crude, and if you're a fan of Arnold Schwazenegger or Sylvester Stallone..this movie will be well worth your while to see or own. 'Sudden Death' is THE action movie of 1995 and a great flick for people who want a little bit of everything in it.
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By A Customer on Feb. 25 2002
Format: DVD
SUDDEN DEATH is another DIE HARD knock off, but it delivers nontheless. It has a pretty good director at the helm (Peter Hyams) and a pretty good cast (incl. Van Damme with veteran character actors Powers Boothe, and Dorian Harewood). Whereas hostages in DIE HARD were in a tall high-rise building, this one takes place at a hockey arena sky box during the Stanley Cup playoffs. Van Damme (Darren McCord) pulls off the role as the lone security guard trying to stop terrorists from blowing up the joint and at the same time, has his son and daughter at the game. There are pretty good action sequences and fight scenes with some humor thrown in the mixture. Most notable is when Van Damme tells his son (Ross Malinger) with great discipline that he can not leave his seat at any time during the game and the boy does just that. Even after the whole crowd has left the arena when the terrorists blow parts of it up, the boy is still in his seat. Another funny scene is when Van Damme actually suits up as one of the hockey players and ends up playing goalie for a few moments in the game. All in all, a very entertaining movie with some plot and scenes lifted from DIE HARD, SPEED and other movies of this nature.
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When I heard that Peter Hyams had signed on to direct his second Van Damme film (the first being "Timecop"), I breathed a sigh of relief. It actually couldn't be that bad. Truthfully, I came out of the theatres pleasantly surprised.
The real star of this movie is the action, in which Van Damme stays away from his signature spinning kicks, and adopts Bruce Willis's 'John McClane' as his persona. After "Die Hard", no one can claim to be original, so Hyams doesn't bother trying.
Instead, he gives us great character actors (Powers Boothe, one of the best Van Damme villains yet), a fast-paced actioner, a bit of humour, and a totally prepostorous (at that time, anyway) Stanley Cup matchup between Pittsburgh (minus Mario) and Chicago.
One of the best of the Van Damme fare on the market.
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I enjoy most of Van Damme's films. I have this one on laser as well as Time Cop (2 of my favorites), but where are the letterboxed versions on DVD? Does Universal have an agenda for releasing them in so-called "full screen". Talk about gibberish. I have seen both films in the 2:35 aspect and would love to have them that way on DVD! As for Time Cop, I always enjoy the mind-boggling aspects of time travel, and Sudden Death isn't just terrorist violence, but has some beautiful moments -- most notably when father signs to son from the ice.
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