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The Order 2001 123movies

The Order 2001 123movies

May. 05, 200189 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Van Damme plays Rudy whose father, Oscar is an archaeologist. His father goes to Israel. When his father disappears, he goes to Israel to find him. The chief of police claims that his father never entered the country, but an old friend of his father’s was expecting him and before he could tell him more, some people start shooting at them. He manages to get away, and when he goes back to the police chief, he still refuses to believe that a crime has been committed. He then has Rudy deported, but Rudy convinces the police woman assigned to bring him to the airport not to and help him find his father.
Plot: When Rudy, an artifacts smuggler, goes to Jerusalem to rescue his kidnapped archeologist father, he faces deportation by a scheming police chief. Now, to find his dad and recover a sacred scroll, he’ll have to outwit officials and a ruthless sect. With the help of a beautiful Israeli cop, Rudy battles a faction of religious zealots determined to see a holy war at all costs.
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Goofy but fun!
When I was a kid I was a pretty die-hard Van Damme fan, but somewhere along the years I kind of drifted away from watching his movies and, more and more, as I saw the increasingly goofy looking cover boxes of his movies in the video stores, I felt that he had descended from a b-movie action/martial arts icon into trashy, routine action movies hardly discernible from each other. And while a lot of his more recent movies are distantly below the quality of his more gritty, early fighting movies, they still have a unique charm and entertainment value that never seems to be lost, no matter how cheesy the movie is. A quick look through the user reviews on the IMDb for any of his movies, for example, will always reveal that Van Damme has plenty of loyal fans.

The Order starts off with the impression that it is going to shoot for some much more meaningful content than his movies generally have, as we get a back story of a valiant that is struck by the hypocrisy of people killing other people in the name of religion, and so decides to set off and start his own religion. Unfortunately, a lot of the Crusaders weren’t so happy about that, so some of the ones that he originally commanded attacked and killed him and his followers, and an important chapter of his religious writing was lost.

Jump ahead to modern day Odessa, Ukraine, an important location in film history, and soon we realize that the status of that last chapter is more important simply as a cultural relic than for what it is about. Van Damme plays a smart-talking artifact thief, who makes big money stealing important artifacts and then smuggling them to foreign buyers. Soon it is revealed that his father has found that lost chapter, but then disappears, and Van Damme finds himself in the classic situation where his father has been kidnapped, but not only will the police not help him, they suspect him of the recent murder of a prominent professor, who was played by Charlton Heston, who’s talent is conspicuously wasted in the movie. He’s given nothing to do but spout meaningless lines and then get killed. Bizarre.

At any rate, I love the Israeli police, who detain Van Damme under suspicion of murder, and they check him into a hotel while they complete their investigation. This must be the most generous police force in the world, I always thought murder suspects were kept in jail, at least as they awaited trial. Needless to say, he is in the hotel room for less than a minute before rappelling out the window the the unguarded front of the hotel, where he jumps into a taxi and heads off into the night. Nice!

There’s a strangely interesting scene where he is chased through the streets of Jerusalem dressed as a rabbi and with the unquestioning help of the local people, who must really hate the police. I was struck by how the rabbi’s costume seemed a little bit tarnished by this kind of chase, but maybe the filmmakers realized that, too, so they wanted to make sure to recognize the Hebrew culture that they were questionably representing. After one man gets punched by the hottie police officer, he sits up, dazed, and mutters, “Oy vey!” Or even better, when Van Damme is finally captured and is again refused help in finding his father, he says, “Something is not kosher here.” I agree!

The rest of the movie gave me an unmistakable impression that it was more than a little bit inspired by Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, since the father and son relationship in this movie is remarkably similar to the relationship between Indy and his father.

But no matter. The content of the movie is unmistakably cheesy, and it’s obvious that there is nothing original in it, but it also knows this and doesn’t shoot for the stars. It knows what kind of movie it is and, in scenes like the rabbi chase, it gives the feeling that it’s just here to have fun, so hopefully you will too. I did

Review By: Anonymous_Maxine Rating: 7 Date: 2008-04-23

Other Information:

Original Title The Order
Release Date 2001-05-05
Release Year 2001

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Sheldon Lettich
Writer Les Weldon, Jean-Claude Van Damme
Actors Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sofia Milos, Charlton Heston
Country Aruba, United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Order 2001 123movies
The Order 2001 123movies
The Order 2001 123movies
Original title The Order
TMDb Rating 5 179 votes

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