The Defender (2004)

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Lance and his team are bodyguards for NSA's head, who is sent by the president to a secret meeting in an empty hotel outside Bucharest. During the meeting, the hotel is attacked. By whom and why?


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  • Dolph Lundgren in The Defender (2004)
  • Dolph Lundgren in The Defender (2004)
  • Dolph Lundgren and Gerald Kyd in The Defender (2004)
  • Dolph Lundgren in The Defender (2004)
  • Jerry Springer in The Defender (2004)

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18 October 2013 | Maziun
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| Dolph Lundgren's debut as movie director is bad
Two interesting facts – it's Lundgren's first movie as a director and Jerry Springer plays the president of United States. Dolph has to protect the president from the terrorists. That's all the plot . Well , not really , the movie makers do try to tell us some kind of story , but is just boring and predictable . The big twist ? Some people want to keep war going because it's a good business . Unless you're as intelligent as Forrest Gump that shouldn't be a surprise to you. Also Lundgren's back story seems to be made only to make the movie longer. It doesn't have any connection to the main plot whatsoever.

The movie is mostly one shootout after another in big castle. The characters have no personality . The acting aside Springer is non-existent. There is plenty of action but it's so empty because the meager plot that exists makes such little sense.

Only for die-hard Lundgren fans. I give it 1/10.

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