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Hard Target

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In a strange and exciting story for a girl named Natasha Binder who is still search for her lost father. Natasha came to New Orleans in search of her father. Perhaps during her search she will be assisted by a very difficult man in that task. The man concluded that Natasha's father had been killed by a large organization to kill people and sell human organs. From that moment, everything changed and the task became very exciting and difficult for Natasha and who help her.
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One of my greatest guilty pleasures.
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July 03, 2005

A combo of American Honk Kong actioners that fails to show John Woo's distinctive talent
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January 01, 2000

Essentially, Hard Target is a risk-averse Van Damme vehicle, steered by many hands, and set on tracks leading directly to the delivery entrances of the country's video stores.
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January 02, 2004

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November 02, 2008

Though working on a Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle can be seen as a comedown for Woo, he rises to the occasion to create an often rousing entertainment that is almost inarguably Van Damme's best film to date.
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New Times

September 16, 2004

Should have been so much better.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

It's what Hollywood wanted Woo for: bigger, brighter explosions.
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Lawrence Journal-World

January 20, 2006

Hysterically inept attempt at action filmmaking
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Woo, a master of stylized violence and explosive action, has had to buy into America's fascination with explosive effects and reaction. Something gets lost in the transition.
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New York Times

August 30, 2004

Presenting Mr. Van Damme as reverentially as Sergio Leone did the young Clint Eastwood, Mr. Woo displays a real aptitude for malignant mischief, which is this story's stock in trade.
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Variety

October 10, 2006

A disappointing American debut of the Hong Kong cult director John Woo is a decent action vehicle by standards of its star Jean-Claude Van Damme but, hampered by a B script and flat characters, it doesn't bear Woo's auteurist signature and unique vision
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Rolling Stone

May 12, 2001

Even when the acting is hammy, notably Wilford Brimley's turn as Chance's Cajun uncle, Woo stages every fight with hypnotic grace.
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