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Filmographie de Jean-Claude Van Damme
Bandes-annonces (VF/VOST) :
- In Hell
- The Order
- Le grand tournoi
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Point d'impact (Derailed), 1 DVD, 85 minutes
Jacques Kristoff, agent secret, est chargé d'escorter une voleuse high tech, Galina Konstantin, de Slovaquie jusqu'en Allemagne à bord du train n° 681, le Bratislava-Munich. Celle-ci est en possession d'une mallette renfermant une souche mutante de la variole qu'elle vient de dérober au parti réactionnaire slovaque. Une véritable bombe bactériologique, aux effets dévastateurs, convoitée par un redoutable groupe terroriste qui investit le train et prend les passagers en otages...
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N'espérez pas un film de la trempe de "L'empreinte de la mort" ou de "In hell", JCVD cachetonne et ne nous offre jamais le "point d'impact" promis dans le titre.
Le scénario reprend la formule de "Piège de cristal", mais John McClane manque terriblement.
JCVD se retrouve donc enfermé dans un train, à affronter des terroristes et un virus mortel.
Face à un tel scénario, on pouvait rêver à un métrage du niveau de "Piège à grande vitesse", mais il n'en est rien. Le budget étant visiblement des plus restreint, les scènes d'actions se font rares et réduites au strict minimum. JCVD lève la jambe une ou deux fois, mais sans grande conviction.
"Point d'impact" est donc à ranger à côté de "The Order" et d'"Ultime menace"...
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Van Damme's performance is perhaps slighter better than his usual standards. Older, but still physically fit, he perhaps shows a skosh more depth as an actor. His various fights combine flash with some gritty street fighting moves. Susan Gibney plays his wife. The supporting cast is serviceable, with the villains, lead by Mason Cole (Tomas Arana) having a typical comic book demeanor. Van Damme's real life son, Kristopher Van Varenberg, appears as his character's son.
Directed by Bob Misiorowski, the story could use some polishing, as nearly every movie cliché involving action on a train, short of Sinatra getting shot in the back is employed. Though extremely poorly executed, Van Damme even rides a motorcycle across the roofs of moving train cars.
The special effects, definitely suffer from budgetary limitations. Lots of crappy looking CGI, and some of the shots of model trains and a helicopter look terrible. Frequent cuts and choppy editing are often used in action sequences, to speed things along, and give the illusion that the action is continuous. In general, the film often suffers from poor editing.
There is an unreal time shift, probably attributable to special effects, as it is technically easier to do a crash at night, rather than the day. While Train 681 is traveling at night, it is struck by another train. The crash results in damage to both trains, and several cars fly off the track. After the crash, Train 681 is able to continue on its way, however instead of still being dark, the sun is now up. Even in the darkness, the stunt still looks terrible.
Derailed has a serious tone, but just does not have the budget to carry it off very well, and ends up looking pretty ridiculous in places. With all its shortcomings, the film rates two and a half stars tops, and is mainly recommended to Jean Claude diehards, or those who really enjoy an adventure on a train.
The story finds a government female operative stealing a small package containing highly contagious viles of small pox.She gets into trouble and Van Damme is called to extract her successfully from the country she is in.He gets there and he just barely manages to get her out....by train.However there are other baddies also looking for the vials,and at the train's first stop they all climb aboard.To make the situation more awkward Van Damme's wife and two children surprise him,as she walks in on he and his "client".It is his birthday after all.The wife is now miffed, and with her nose firmly out of joint she and her children retire to another part of the train.
The baddies soon get their act in order and finally take over the train,looking for Van Damme's charge.With a lot of folks killed or being threatened she finally gives up.While being interrogated one of the vials are accidentally broken and soon a good portion of the train comes down with smallpox.
Van Damme never rests and is constantly on the move trying to either regain control of the train and/or fight/kill the bad guys.Slowly but surely the odds come around in Van Damme's favour and eventually he is able to regain control of the remaining vials and manages to save the lives of the trains remaining passengers before it falls into a wide chasm(a bridge was blown by NATO in order to stop it from reaching a large city).In quarantine Van Damme questions his boss,whom he believes set him up to also cash in on the deadly vials.He is arrested by NATO officials.Van Damme and his family walk happily into the sunset...so to speak.
The plot and film are both fast moving.It is a solid one,I believe.Van Damme has some nice little emotional/acting moments throughout,usually with his family.The fact that the film is set on a train also heightens the tension.The biggest thing to set this film back though is its lack of good production values.Specifically, the poor use of CGI and miniatures really bring it down.It is all too apparent when you are watching it.Van Dammes motorcycling moments and weapons firing,and the trains hitting of another one and its eventual precarious perch on the edge of a blown bridge,for instance.The green screen moments were,at times, amateurish beyond belief.I suppose the Bulgarian"budget" was blown on JCVD,with little left over for the more crucial S/FX.Too bad.
Technically speaking this DVD contains BOTH w/s and f/s versions of the film.The film is grainy in the f/s but alright in the w/s.There is an approximately 15 minute featurette on the films making.
If you are looking for a decent Van Damme film,this would be a good one to watch.It could have been better though if the budget had been bigger, along with the production values.But alas this short coming brings the film down quite a bit,as much as every thesp did a good job in their respective roles.Btw,this was Kris,Van Damme's son's,second film,and he apprises himself quite well.3 1/2 stars.