Roundhouse kick bad breath right in the face.

An ungenerous person might say that Jean-Claude Van Damme's filmography is mostly a bunch of bad movies. I prefer to say that his films have a somewhat particular sensibility. The acting is stilted, the narratives are both improbable and simplistic, and there's usually a vague foreignness around the edges of the screen, even if the action is ostensibly supposed to take place in the United States (see Hard Target). In other words, they're all kind of 90-minute Mentos commercials.

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Sources: u3cL49W518 | h/t Death & Taxes