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Postby hansson55 on 05 Jan 2004, 14:21

Here is how I rank all Dolph movies I have seen so far:

1. Hidden Agenda
2. Men of War
3. Showdown in Little Tokyo
4. Universal Soldier
5. Peacekeeper
6. Silent Trigger
7. Rocky IV
8. I Come in Peace
9. Punisher
10. Blackjack
11. Joshua Tree
12. Last Patrol
13. Red Scorpion
14. Bridge of Dragons
15. Sweepers
16. Masters of the Universe
17. Hidden Assassin
18. Detention
19. Minion
20. Pentathlon
21. Cover-Up
22. Jill the Ripper
23. Agent Red
24. Johnny Mnemonic
25. Storm Catcher

Sorry but I don’t count "a View to a Kill" as a Dolph movie, so it didn’t make it to the list :D
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Postby hansson55 on 08 Jan 2004, 23:57

Come on, anybody, put a little work into it and make a list :wink:
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Postby Mosquito on 09 Jan 2004, 11:47

I promise I'll take the time and create a list. But not now. ;-)
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Postby katanah2jbrm on 08 Feb 2004, 08:41

Heres my list
Showdown in Little Toyko
Bridge of Dragons
Silent Trigger
Men of War
Jill the Ripper
Hidden Assassin
Army of One
Hidden Agenda
The Punisher
I Come in Peace
The Peacekeeper
Red Scorpion
BlackJack
Universal Soldier
Rocky
Sweepers
Cover Up
Masters of the Universe
Storm Catcher
Penthalon
The Minion
Detention
The Last Warrior
Agent Red
Johnny N-something film sucks

Hidden Agenda would have charted higher except it wasn't that beleavable. For the typical mindless action movie it doesn't have to, but HA had a solid direction tight action and good pacing. Now when I mean direction I mean the actors and thier acting not with the his abilty to work with the script. The airport scene would never play out like that. It should have played a little more like William Freidkins to Live and Die in LA(one of the best films of the 80's) And the cia and fbi and whoever has no jurasdiction in canada. The director was in canada why did he think draft dodgers went to canada for the Hockey? NO!
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list dolphs movies

Postby drago on 25 Feb 2004, 13:24

1.Hidden Agenda
2.Rocky IV
3.Stormcatcher
4.Cover Up
5.Showndown in little tokyo
6.Agent red
7.Bridge of dragons
8.Sweepers
9.Peacekeeper
10.Universal soldier[van damme]
11.He-Man[stupid]
12.The last patrol
13.Silent Trigger


Im waiting on Blackjack,men of war,joshuas tree,Jill rips,red scorpion from amazon id say the list would be different
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Postby bergstream on 26 Feb 2004, 12:06

Hi.

My list so far :D

1 Master Of The Universe
2 Hidden Agenda
3 The Punisher
4 Universal Soldier
5 Johnny Mnemonic
6 Showdown In Little Tokyo
7 Peacekeeper
8 Cover Up
9 Ironman
10 The Last Patrol/Warrior
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How many of you have seen every Dolph movie?

Postby Max Potential on 02 May 2005, 20:23

I have seen every single Dolph movie up to Detention (the new ones haven't been released in the States yet).

How many of you have watched them all?
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Postby carrie on 03 May 2005, 00:40

ive watched every film hes ever made/appeared in and i think most of the "regulars" on this board can say the same thing,maybe a few havent got to see defender or retrograde for the same reasons as you but they sure as hell will be working on it. :wink:
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Postby Terminator on 03 May 2005, 15:49

Well, I am still just missing the movie "Direct Action", but exceptionally I know every movie. But at all I liked him mostly in Rocky IV as Ivan Drago.
The later movies have lost more and more "flair" of the "Dolph Strenght". He wasn't all that "mighty posed".
In hope for someone who could replace the real Dolph one day if he's (hopefully not as soon) out of business...
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Postby Mosquito on 03 May 2005, 16:32

I have seen everything except for
- Maximum Potential
- Sunny Side Up
- Detention
- Retrograde
- Fat Slags
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Postby Terminator on 03 May 2005, 20:32

But I think it is just enough if you've seen that sequence linked in this forum. Dolph doesn't appear in Fat Slags any more. And Maximum Potential (=Maximum Power?) is just kind of fitness movie... and so that Dolph has even taken drugs for his amount of muscles in Rocky IV, it's surely nothing special to show his body movin' in that sports tape. I'll try out to get Direct Action as soon as possible.
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Postby Tom on 04 May 2005, 00:42

I have seen every Dolph film out so far, eagerly awaiting Mechanik.
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Postby Jox on 04 May 2005, 05:52

Same. Even saw Sunny Side Up, where Dolph guest appears for 5 seconds...
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Postby Terminator on 04 May 2005, 15:12

But I think you can leave those short appearences out to be still a good Dolph fan, can't you? I don't remember the time Dolph was shown in "A view to kill", but this seems to be his first guest appearence ever... he's not that main character like in his other movie credits.
In hope for someone who could replace the real Dolph one day if he's (hopefully not as soon) out of business...
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Postby shooby on 10 May 2005, 15:00

I've seen this movie
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