Jean-Claude Van Damme faces his biggest challenge yet: a maximum-security prison! The internationalsuperstar spin-kicks his way through this action-adventure powerhouse that explodes with death-defying stunts and nonstop martial-arts wizardry. Filled with the same power, intensity and skill of itsunstoppable hero, Death Warrant is your ticket to a Van Damme good time! Van Damme is Officer Louis Burke, a roguish police detective who goes undercover to investigate a series of inmate murders at Harrison Penitentiary. Posing as a prisoner, Burke encounters brutal inmates, corrupt guards, death and betrayal at every turn. But when he unearths the shocking secret behind the penitentiary's inner workings, Burke must attempt a daring escape that pits him against not only hundreds of murderous inmates...but also a deadly enemy from his own past.
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"Death Warrant" remains an engaging picture and one of the highlights of Van Damme's rocky career. He's fun to watch and fully alert, enjoying his time with prison movie clichés, delivering exactly what his fans demand. At the very least, it's hard to dislike a movie that offers the line, "Listen, Burke, this is L.A., not Canada. We have procedures here."The film was written by David S. Goyer while a student at USC, and was Goyer's first screenplay to be sold and produced commercially.
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