Sudden Death (1995)

Sudden Death (1995)

Sudden Death (1995)

In this classic Jean-Claude Van Damme '90s action film, a man has the length of a hockey game to find the people who kidnapped his daughter and prevent a catastrophic explosion from going off.

1995Rating: R106 minsUSAUniversal Pictures
ActionThrillerMartial ArtsClassic

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Sudden Death (1995) / Reviews

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

A superior action thriller loaded with jaw-dropping stunts and special effects...

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Offers above-average pyrotechnics, a body count that steadily mounts, and plenty of hand-to-hand combat.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

Good clean fun, with just the right ratio of explosions to dialogue.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Perhaps the world does not require more than a dozen or so Die Hard clones.You tell me.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Van Damme races against time, trying to thwart Boothe and defuse all the bombs. But in the hands of director Peter Hyams, these are just banal action-movie chores.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Sudden Death is one of the best action thrillers of 1995. It's also the film Jean-Claude Van Damme has been building up to for 10 years.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Tripe, but hard not to enjoy.

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