Replicant (2001)

R   |    |  Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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Scientists create a genetic clone of a serial killer in order to help catch the killer, teaming up with two cops.


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  • Jean-Claude Van Damme and Michael Rooker in Replicant (2001)
  • Michael Rooker in Replicant (2001)
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme and Michael Rooker in Replicant (2001)
  • Replicant (2001)
  • Replicant (2001)
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme in Replicant (2001)

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3 November 2001 | laudo-1
an incredible film!! jcvd has turned into a great actor!(i know!?)
this film was amazing ,i have always been a van damme fan.but to be honest his last few films have been really bad,however i did think he delivered a good performance in desert heat (you could see he was trying his hand at acting) well anyway,this film was incredible,i had no idea jean claude could give a performance like this,he portrays the clone effectively and plays the serial killer (torch)brilliantly,good stuff.i think jcvd called on his own life experience with drugs and alcohol to show his two sides,the innocent simple side to vandamme which the public see,i think he used this to show the emotion of the replicant,and his dark side with the drugs and alcohol which the public dont see,i think he used this to portray the serial killers rage and anger.its just good how jcvd came off the drugs and got himself back into fantastic shape! hes 41 but looks about 31! this film had good direction by lam and a rock hard performance by heavyweight michael rooker,a great film,buy it,rent it,just see it!!

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Budget:

$17,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$894,844

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