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Replicant

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Scientists create a genetic clone of a serial killer in order to help catch the killer, teaming up with two cops.
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About.com

September 16, 2004

Low budget and low thought exploration of promising idea
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May 07, 2003

Replicant doesn't even come close to some of Van Damme's better flicks (Timecop and Sudden Death), but it's certainly an improvement over what he's been up to lately.
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October 19, 2001

The whole trying affair is irresistibly dopey. Kinetic, too.
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November 02, 2008

The action sequences are well staged and credit where credit is due: The 40-year-old martial artist still has the physical goods, executing 180 splits and gymnastic stunts with the grace and apparent ease of someone much younger.
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September 24, 2002

I was surprised to find "Replicant" wasn't too bad at all.
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April 03, 2005

Slightly less awful than most of Van Damme's efforts.
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December 08, 2001

People looking for a movie that offers conversational debate on a controversial dilemma should look beyond this one-dimensional decoy.
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