Inferno: Directed by John G. Avildsen. With Jean-Claude Van Damme, Pat Morita, Danny Trejo, Gabrielle Fitzpatrick. A man (JCVD) drives out in the desert where some men steal his motorcycle and leave him for dead. He survives and no longer thinks of suicide as he now has a purpose in life: revenge and getting his bike back.
“STAR RATING:*****Unmissable.****Very Good.***Okay.**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead.*Avoid At All Costs.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eGranted the Belgian oneu0026#39;s recent spate of work has been the deplorable u0026#39;Knock Offu0026#39;and,although I havu0026#39;nt seen it(donu0026#39;t want to)rather repellent u0026#39;Universal Soldier:The Returnu0026#39;,and granted the overall quality of the movie,Inferno is a Van Damme movie I rather enjoyed.The opening scene especially,of Van Damme in the desert with the nutty Mexican bloke off u0026#39;Con Airu0026#39; and u0026#39;Point Blanku0026#39; was very well written and strangely effecting.You also got to feel for the residentu0026#39;s of the town,including the 2 pretty waitresses,the old guy,and the standard wise old Japanese guy.And there was of course,some great kickboxing action,at the end especially.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAlso,towards the end especially,the movie loses itu0026#39;s sense of pace a bit,and goes a bit awry.And the gunfights weru0026#39;nt great.But overall,these were minor quibbles in a very entertaining action vehicle.****”