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Blackjack, 1 DVD, 108 minutes
Après une brillante carrière de marshall, Jack Devlin devient garde du corps. Sa nouvelle mission est de protéger un top model pourchassé par un tueur psychopathe. Très vite, le passé du mannequin refait surface et Devlin va être contraint de mener une véritable guérilla urbaine...
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With all that in favor, I still couldn't give this movie more than 2 stars: it was a mess....mainly due to very poor editing of scenes, from scene to scene, you kept getting the feeling that you were missing something, and you were, because this was initially a pilot for a TV series and it has that feeling and disjointed composition. I believe it was hastily thrown together to market it as a regular movie, and I will bet anything that John Woo did NOT have final say in how it was done.
This is another one of those " the bad guy is impossibly resourceful, can get into anything and anywhere, has unlimited resources" etc, despite the fact that he is nothing more than an angry ex husband ( spoiler, sorry), and a failed actor. Yet, he miraculously has unending technical knowledge, fighting and armament skills, and mysteriously, in one scene, has a veritable army of assistants willing to motorcycle directly into the line of Dolph's fire and sacrifice themselves...why? How? none of it is explained, naturally....and it also plays the typical " the authorities as all stupid and clueless" card to the hilt.
Who has a psychologist that dresses to the nines and stares wantonly into your face, as does Kate Vernon in this silly role. Boy, therapy has sure come a long way! LOL.....well, they sure try to ignite sexual tension between her and Dolph, as they also do with the lead girl, the impossibly beautiful Kama Heskin, however, Dolph is up to his usual wooden acting and makes all of that fizzle away.
Thrown in some schmaltzy scenes with a cute little precocious girl of whom he ends up with when her parents die offscreen in another clumsily handled plot development. Oh, right: a freelance upscale bodyguard is instantly qualified to be a parent and take custody of a parent-less child??
I tell you, this is just a total mess of a movie...yet, I had to throw in one star for the patented over the top John Woo action scenes, and another star for the gorgeous ladies.