Jeans – Inner Book Shop Sat, 25 Sep 2021 20:00:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Jeans – Inner Book Shop 32 32 Carole Middleton rocks daughter Kate’s favorite denim style and we’re in awe Sat, 25 Sep 2021 16:43:12 +0000

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Carole middleton just featured in a fabulous new interview with the Daily mail, and looks stunning in the accompanying photographs.

READ: Alizée, wife of James Middleton, wore her stepmother Carole’s wedding dress – see photo

Looking much younger than her 66 years old, the mother of the duchess of cambridge sports a classic and modern outfit, including a crisp white ruffled shirt, brown ankle boots and a pair of cropped jeans. In another shot, she’s wearing a light blue denim shirt, the same jeans, navy blue pumps and holding a bunch of balloons. Gorgeous.

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Commenting on her youthful appearance, Carole told the post: “I spend a lot of time with young people which can help keep anyone young! maybe you get older. I love hearing about fashion, sport and design trends. “

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Speaking of denim, Prince William’s wife Kate is often seen in cropped jeans, always wearing them very well. In fact, in June, the mother-of-three was pictured getting her COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a cute £ 65 pair from & Other Stories, known as the ‘favorite cut cropped’ which sold out as soon as she wore them.


Kate Middleton wears cropped jeans often

We wonder if Carole took tips from her daughter? After all, the pair love the same labels.


The Duchess wore a goat dress in 2017, and her mother wore a similar style

In 2018, Carole, a mother of three, appeared in an interview with the Telegraph and wore not one, but two almost exact dresses that were once worn by the royal, although she insisted at the time that they were not entirely “the same”.

READ: Carole Middleton Launches Fancy Dress Line Her Royal Grandchildren Will Love

The dresses in question were a burgundy and red design from Kate’s go-to UK label, GOAT. Both were knee-deep, with high collars and long sleeves with ruffled cuffs that looked a lot like the one the Duchess wore in November and December 2017. Both ladies wore tights and boots with the dresses. Great minds think alike!

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Nettie Jean Elliott Sat, 25 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0000


Nettie Jean Elliott, 69, of North Pekin, Ill., Died at 8:15 a.m. on Monday, September 20, 2021 at her home.

Born April 14, 1952 in Greenfield to John Roger and Nettie Louise (Beavens) Riddle, she married John D. Elliott, Jr. on June 16, 1978. He died on March 19, 2013. She was also predeceased by his parents. ; her stepfather, Lawrence Sanford; one daughter-in-law, Vicki Bryant; one brother, John Wayne Riddle and his son-in-law, Ryan Ashby.

The survivors are two daughters, Tamera (Ian) Kemp of Tampa, Florida and Kim Ashby of North Pekin, Ill .; four grandchildren, Michael Ashby, Connor Ballard, Ella Kemp and Leann (Adam) Bryant; two great-grandchildren, Skylar and Jayden, one sister, Tina (John) Badgley of Greenfield and two brothers, Tom (Mona) Riddle and David Riddle, both of Greenfield. She also leaves behind her nieces and nephews, Katie, Nathan, Sarah, Jordyn, John, Josh, Dominic, Steve, Zane, Maggie and Brock.

She last worked as a screen printer for Indiana Knitwear. She also had her cosmetology license and used to do hair styling.

Nettie loved to create and work on puzzles. She loved listening to music and spending a vacation near the beach. She also enjoyed day trips by motorbike and went to Daytona Bike Week.

Her laugh was distinctive and she was full of honesty and hard truths. Nettie was loyal to her family and friends and would stand up for the people she loved. She was a loving Mamaw to her grandchildren.

A memorial service celebrating his life will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, October 1, 2021 at Greenfield Church of Christ, 1380 South State Street in Greenfield. Chaplain Greg Isaacs will officiate. The family will receive friends and a fellowship meal will follow the church service. Cremation has been granted. Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Beijing, Illinois helps the family get organized.

Memorial contributions can be made at East Peoria Church of Christ, 520 Arnold Street, East Peoria, IL 61611.

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Collaboration Jean-Michel Basquiat x Converse Fri, 24 Sep 2021 08:36:25 +0000

In collaboration with the estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Converse is releasing a collection of sneakers inspired by the graffiti of the late artist. The range consists of two high-top kicks and a pair of low-tops integrated into the famous works of Basquiat.

The range consists of three silhouettes: the Skidgrip, the Chuck 70 and the Chuck Taylor All Star. The Skidgrip comes in a low design made with black polyester on the upper, which is splashed with vibrant graffiti patterns. Basquiat Kings of Egypt II artwork appears on the sides, while its name is embossed on the tongue and heel. The pair is completed with chunky off-white soles.

The Chuck 70 and Chuck Taylor All Star are also made with polyester on the upper. The first has details of Kings of Egypt III with white embroidered lines. The suede Converse logo and all-black lettering on the heel highlight the shoe. Additionally, the Chuck Taylor All Star is printed with Basquiat’s Pez Distributor design in bright colors. The tongue is imprinted with the artist’s name while the heel is stamped with an All Star logo.

Take a closer look at the design above. The Converse x Basquiat collection will be available via HBX on October 1.

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Harding University dedicates memorial to Botham Jean Thu, 23 Sep 2021 14:24:56 +0000

SEARCY, Ark. – Harding University announced Thursday that it will honor the life of Botham Jean by unveiling a memorial in his honor.

The memorial to her will stand in front of the David B. Burks Heritage Building.

A dedication ceremony, open to the public, is scheduled for Jean’s birthday on Wednesday September 29 at 1 p.m.

Jean was a 2016 University of Saint Lucia alumnus who was tragically killed on September 6, 2018 at his home in Dallas.

While at Harding, he was a member of the Good News Singers, resident assistant, intern for the Rock House Campus Ministry, and leader of the Sub T-16 men’s social club. He was well known for his charismatic and powerful leadership.

“Botham was a unique and influential leader on our campus,” said university president David Burks. “I loved his smile, the way he led chanting in chapel and church, and his enthusiasm for life. I believe the memorial will help generations remember Botham John and his Christ influence. “

In addition to the monument, two scholarships were created in 2019 and are awarded annually in memory of Jean.

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Jean thinks about the Fort Mac by-election race Wed, 22 Sep 2021 19:07:30 +0000

The number of patients in Alberta hospitals was actually declining when Premier Jason Kenney introduced the latest COVID-19 lockdown restrictions last week, says Dr Gary Davidson, an emergency physician in Red Deer.

At an event hosted by Mountain View Freedom in central Alberta on September 18, Davidson addressed a rally of nearly 1,000 people.

Alberta Health Services say his claims are false.

Just before the lockdown announced by Kenney on September 15, Davidson said he noticed the number of hospital admissions was dropping.

He said he texted one of his political friends asking if the province was going into another lockdown.

The reason for his request stems from what Davidson had observed in his hospital and another in Alberta: the number of patients admitted tended to decline.

“As soon as they (the admission numbers) drop they put us in a lockdown so it looks like the lockdown fixed everything and they’ve done it every time and I know that because I see the numbers.” , he said in his speech, which was filmed and uploaded.

Davidson also said he texted a colleague at the University of Alberta hospital to review the admissions numbers and “in three days they tended to go down and my last shift , I had no patient for about three hours “.

“So the question is: are we in crisis in our hospitals? He asked.

According to Davidson, this “health care crisis” did not start with COVID-19 and admitted he had to be careful what he said.

Davidson said the problem started six years ago under the Notley government.

Less than two years after taking office, he alleged the government had started to cut nursing positions in his Red Deer emergency department. The staff shortage was covered by the local newspaper in October 2017, exposing hospital bed shortages across the province and in other provinces.

Due to staff shortages at the time, his department was asked to redirect patients to other, smaller hospitals, he said.

“We are the host hospital for the central zone. We can’t do this. We can’t send Lacombe a heart attack. They send them to us. But that’s what we were doing because we had no staff, ”he said.

Davidson claimed his department had 55 beds at the time and at 11:30 p.m. they were forced to close 17 beds because there wasn’t enough money or staff to keep them open. This is what led to long wait times in the emergency room.

“It has nothing to do with COVID. It has been going on for six years and it was created. We have a crisis because we have no staff, because our staff have resigned because they are exhausted. They are not depleted by COVID, ”he said.

He claimed on Friday night that he was working with a head nurse who has worked at his hospital for 30 years.

“She quit last night. She was crying, “he said.

Davidson quoted the nurse as saying, “I’m done. A colleague of yours called me a mess of skin because I am not vaccinated.

“So this is someone who worked there for over 18 months unvaccinated, fearless, on the front line and walked out of there last night,” Davidson said.

Davidson also claimed to have received a text from a person “who is in the know” alleging that 425 ICU and intensive care staff have quit across the province.

“I lost at least 30 in my department, and not to COVID,” he said.

Davidson said Alberta has 8,000 hospital beds and each intensive care unit is able to quickly double its capacity when needed. He also said that since 2009 the province has 2,500 ventilators but “nobody knows where they are”.

When it was joined for comment by the Western standard, Alberta Health Services said Davison’s claims were false.

“AHS is aware of a video circulating on social media involving claims from an emergency department doctor regarding COVID-19 and hospital capacity,” officials said in a statement.

“Much of the information provided in this video is false. This doctor’s opinions do not accurately reflect the COVID-19 pandemic, the response to the African horse sickness pandemic, or the situation at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Center.

“Plus, they’re doing the incredible work our frontline teams do every day a disservice. This person does not hold a managerial position at AHS, ”the statement read.

“It is disappointing that someone is spreading misinformation about COVID-19 in this way. “

Melanie Risdon is a reporter for the Western Standard

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Boden’s most comfortable, flattering jeans on sale for £ 45 Wed, 22 Sep 2021 10:04:04 +0000

The Boden Slim Straight Jeans have been rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by buyers. (Boden)

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Buying jeans is notoriously tricky, so when you find a pair that fits you perfectly, stocking up is always advisable.

This is exactly what buyers did with Boden’s Slim Straight jeans – with many reviewers saying they were so impressed with the fit and comfort that they came back to add a second or even a third. pair to their basket.

The jeans cost a reasonable £ 65, but for a limited time only buyers can get them for just £ 45.50 (that’s a savings of £ 19.50), just by adding the code “F3J7 at the register.

The deal is part of Boden’s current 30% off sale, to celebrate the brand’s 30th anniversary, so if you’ve got something bookmarked, now’s the time to buy it.

Why we rate it:

The straight cut of these ankle-hugging jeans is classic and flattering. Made from a stretchy cotton-blend fabric, they are more comfortable and less binding than heavy denim.

The cropped leg style is perfect with ankle boots in fall or tucked into longer boots on cold winter walks.

These affordable jeans are perfect with ankle boots for fall.  (Boden)

These affordable jeans are perfect with ankle boots for fall. (Boden)

Straight-cut jeans feature flattering back pockets.  (Boden)

Straight-cut jeans feature flattering back pockets. (Boden)

Slim Straight jeans are available in six shades, including a popular vintage mid blue.  (Boden)

Slim Straight jeans are available in six shades, including a popular vintage mid blue. (Boden)

£ 65 £ 45 in Boden

Available in small, regular, and long, they won’t need to be mounted (unless, of course, you want to).

The jeans come in six shades – black, gray, indigo, blue, khaki and white – and sizes 6 to 22.

They are great value for the full price of £ 65 and an absolute bargain at the retail price of £ 45.50.

Buying Boden jeans also supports sustainable cotton growing practices, as Boden is a member of the Better Cotton Initiative (or BCI) – a non-profit organization that helps cotton farmers use more sustainable farming methods on social and economic plans.

The brand states: “In 2020, an estimated 387 million liters of water were saved thanks to our supply of Better Cotton.

What the critics are saying:

With over 200 reviews giving the jeans an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, this straight leg style has gathered a lot of fans.

One thing to note: you may want to reduce your waistline as buyers say these jeans look too big. and some clients with thin hips found the legs a bit loose at the top.

  • “These are the most comfortable jeans I have ever owned. I will definitely buy more if this pair ever wears out.”

  • “The best jeans ever! My first purchase from Boden and I am so impressed. The jeans fit perfectly. The length was perfect … the flattering style sits on the natural waistline, comfy with a little stretch, nice dark denim. Worth every penny so ordered another pair. “

  • “They were so good I went back and bought the blacks and two more pairs. That’s it now, complete jeans wardrobe and I suspect for the quality, maybe for a while. “

  • “These jeans are perfect for me in size 12 and normal length. I don’t even have to wear a belt and they are very comfortable so I am wondering whether to buy a second pair. The fabric is strong and perfect. to be worn early fall. “

  • “This is my third pair in the same style – amazing fit, great style and the short length is perfect!”

  • “Last year I bought two pairs of these jeans in blue and black and was very happy with them. They fit very well and are doing well.”

  • “The fabric is amazing: it’s super soft, thick enough to dress up when needed, but it’s also perfect for casual wear. Some jeans these days are so thin and I love the material. And the style. is both classic and modern times. Big win for me! Thank you, Boden! “

Buy it: Straight slim jeans | £ 45.50 (£ 65) at Boden



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Obituary: Nicolais, Pamela Jean Curfman Tue, 21 Sep 2021 14:31:00 +0000

Pamela Jean Curfman Nicolais, 63, of Elizabeth, WV, lost her fierce battle with COVID on September 19, 2021. She was the daughter of the late Lloyd Jack and Martha Maxine Lynch Curfman. She has lived her entire life in County Wirt.

Pam graduated from Wirt County High School in 1976 and worked as a registered massage therapist, dental assistant, and her most important job was as a housewife. She attended New Home Methodist Church and Big Island Run Church. She belonged to the Women’s Club of Elizabeth and was a member of the Elizabeth City Council.

She is survived by her husband of 45 years John Nicolais II, her children John (Carrie) Nicolais III of Canfield, Oh, Jeremy (Lacrissa) Nicolais of Elizabeth, WV and Adam (Hannah) Nicolais of Palestine; grandchildren Allyson Nicolais, Kinsley Nicolais, Kason Nicolais, Harper Nicolais, Hailey Nicolais, Sadie Belt, Logan Nicolais and Callie Nicolais; sisters Lorene (Ernie) Cumbridge, Nancy (Ronald – deceased) Spencer, Helen (Jim) Maze, Shirley (Darrell) Dowler, Carolyn (Keith) Belt, Debbie (Rick) Windland; brothers Larry (Roxanne) Curfman, Rick (Patty) Curfman and Eric (Rhonda) Curfman; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

To know Pam was to love her, and she didn’t know a stranger. Family and faith were his whole world. She was completely devoted to her grandchildren. To teach them to swim, go berry picking, hunt Buffalo Ridge to observe wildlife and teach them how to cook,

“Mamaw” had the strange ability to calm and rock a baby to sleep, and loved to tell secrets and stories before bed.

She especially enjoyed spending time with picnics, bonfires and fireworks at the family farm — Curfman Rocks. Pam was also known as a staunch (very loud) supporter of all the sports teams in County Wirt. Whatever the situation, Pam always reminded you to stop and pray. She will be sadly missed by her family and the entire community.

The funeral will be at 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at Big Island Run Church, 193 Meadow View Lane, Elizabeth, WV. Pastor John Larrison will officiate. Visitations will be on Friday, September 24, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the church and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service. Private funeral services will be held at New Home Methodist Church. Matheny Whited Funeral Home was honored to help the family.

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Riding Culture announces “Durable Jeans” riding pants Tue, 21 Sep 2021 00:10:52 +0000 PRESS RELEASE: Riding Culture

The extremely durable, durable jeans from Riding Culture are more than just a fashion statement for a casual look on the bike. Whether on the pump track, on local trails, in the bikepark or on the commute to work, Riding Culture’s heavy-duty jeans are almost indestructible without compromising on comfort, breathability or weight. The secret lies in the special fabric used in their construction.

One of the main reasons for the global popularity of denim, the defining fabric used in jeans, is the durability and toughness of the material. Originally invented for gold miners during the California Gold Rush, the goal was to create pants that could withstand the daily hard work of miners and diggers. As good a material as denim is, durable, it has its limits, as anyone who has unintentionally disassembled a high-speed bicycle can attest. This is exactly where Riding Culture Durable jeans come in.

Almost indestructible fabric

In addition to the characteristic cotton, the special, sustainably produced fabric used in all Riding Culture Durable jeans includes a core made from a blend of UHMWPE (ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene), polyarylate and aramid (also known under the name Kevlar®). UHMWPE is a material originally developed for applications in aeronautics and space flight and one of the strongest and most abrasion resistant materials in the world, while polyarylate is a synthetic fabric highly heat resistant and insulating. The result is pants that look exactly like jeans, but are virtually indestructible in the event of an accident and even meet all CE standards for motorcycle protective clothing. Therefore, it is not surprising that the same fabric is used in the motorcycle protective clothing of Riding Culture parent company, THE ROKKER COMPANY.

Ultra resistant riding pants, casual look

In addition to classic chinos and tapered slim jeans, Riding Culture developed the Huppi Pro Black LT in collaboration with FMB Crankworx Slopestyle World Tour rider Lucas Huppert. The Huppi Pro riding pants feature a casual look, the ultra-resistant fabric of Riding Culture and many clever details like a hidden pocket for the lift tickets as well as a high level of comfort and elasticity to ensure sufficient protection. space for styling, regardless of the whip size or how high the jump will be.

Sustainably produced streetwear for women and men

Riding Culture’s sustainable jeans are of course available for both women and men. The distinct denim fabric used in all Riding Culture pants is produced in certified factories in Portugal, Romania and Vietnam. The Riding Culture clothing line additionally includes everything from t-shirts and long sleeves to caps and street wear. Finally, sustainability is not just a word for Riding Culture – all the tops are made in Portugal from organic cotton.

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Mr. Jean Castex Prime Minister, inaugurates the Extractive Metallurgical Innovation Center (CIME) of Orano Mon, 20 Sep 2021 10:50:00 +0000


Jean Castex, French Prime Minister today inaugurated the new Center for Innovation in Extractive Metallurgy (CIME) in Orano on the Bessines-sur-Gartempe site in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in the presence of the Minister Delegate for Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari and many representatives of the region.

During the visit, the Prime Minister had the opportunity to discover the CIME facilities as well as the technological solutions developed by teams targeting various sectors such as energy, the environment, recycling, health, treatment. ore and engineering.

This brand new industrial asset, which represents an investment of more than 30 million euros, will allow the Group to benefit from a cutting-edge environment to further intensify its support for its customers and continue its diversification around innovative projects in the fields of energy. transition and circular economy.

The CIME will also be used to host industrial pilots for the Orano projects under development, in particular for the recycling and recovery of metals. Two industrial pilots will be deployed on the site to test the recycling process for materials contained in the batteries of electric vehicles. This project received support from France Relance, for an amount of 6.1 million euros, and from the Nouvelle Aquitaine region.

Started in March 2019, the building construction project mobilized up to 120 people and 75 companies on the Bessines-sur-Gartempe site, mostly located in the region.

CIME is one of the Group’s main R&D centers. Following the construction of this platform of expertise and technological excellence, the commissioning of the facility on May 17, 2021 marks an important step in the modernization of the Orano industrial park.

Claude Imauven, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Orano, declared: “CIME is at the heart of the industrial fabric of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and we are proud of our historic regional presence. The sites and factories of our nuclear sector are a major asset for enabling industrial and economic renewal to meet climate objectives “.

Philippe Knoche, CEO of Orano, said: “The investments in our new innovation center have enabled us to permanently transform a former mining site into a center of technological excellence, by relying on the skills of the Orano group in industrial, mining and medical research..

About Orano

Recognized international operator in the field of nuclear materials, Orano provides solutions to meet current and future global energy and health challenges.

Its expertise and mastery of advanced technologies allow Orano to offer its customers products and services with high added value throughout the fuel cycle.

Every day, the 16,500 employees of the Orano group mobilize their skills, their unwavering attachment to safety and the constant search for innovation, with the commitment to develop know-how in the transformation and control of nuclear materials, to climate and for health and resources. efficient world, now and tomorrow.

Orano, giving full value to nuclear energy.

]]> 0 How the Last Mercenary Continues (and Corrects) Jean Claude Van Johnson Sun, 19 Sep 2021 19:35:00 +0000

Amazon’s Jean-Claude Van Johnson got it wrong for Jean-Claude Van Damme, but Netflix’s Last Mercenary pursues that spirit and makes it better.

Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Netflix movie The last mercenary (2021) is inspired by his comedy show Amazon Prime Jean-Claude Van Johnson (2016), and in some ways saves the series. For JCVD ​​martial arts fans, this is a welcome solution. Jean-Claude Van Johnson was bursting with promise and potential, but failed to hit the mark, making The last mercenary a second chance for the declining action star to show the world her surprising comedic lineup.

For most of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s career, his comedic chops were limited to a memorable drunk JCVD ​​dance scene in Kickboxer (1988) and the unintentional hilarity of some of his dramatic camper scenes, including his emotional scream worthy of a Blood sport (1988). That changed with the release of the original Amazon streaming show Jean-Claude Van Johnson in 2016, a comedy that would see Van Damme play a fictional version of himself using a film career as a cover for his secret agent missions.

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When Jean-Claude Van Johnson started, the character of Van Damme, named after himself, was taken out of the spy game but got into an argument by his former lover Vanessa (Kat Foster) and together they broke a drug cartel. While Jean-Claude Van Johnson demonstrated that Van Damme has surprising comedic chops to complement his karate chops, the show was largely a platform for Van Damme to laugh at himself and his earlier career, and for the most part that worked. . Or Jean-Claude Van Johnson went wrong is that it seemed too long, even at just six episodes. At the end of Jean-Claude Van Johnson when Van Damme swings to prevent a helicopter from taking off (preventing the doors above from opening with the power of his splits), the charm of the show has worn off. When the series was canceled after just one season despite favorable reviews for a genre hero – 70% on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 60 on Meta Critic – it looked like the good ideas of the series were going to be wasted.

The last mercenary still Jean-Claude Van Damme

by netflix The last mercenary not only rekindles the idea of ​​a comic Van Damme, but it also has a surprisingly similar premise and The last mercenary uses the same jokes as Jean-Claude Van Johnson. This time around, Jean-Claude Van Damme plays Richard Brumère, aka The Mist, a retired spy who is brought back to espionage by his estranged son (played hilariously by Samir Decazza) and together they shoot down a trafficker. weapons. Seems familiar? Like its spiritual predecessor, The last mercenary made fun of Van Damme’s film career. One particularly memorable flashback scene showed Van Damme in a mullet hairstyle seemingly straight out of John Woo’s. Difficult target (1993). Some of the best materials in Jean-Claude Van Johnson was Van Damme’s tendency to disguise himself as ridiculous, which was a comedic extension of a surprisingly recurring theme in his films from the climax of Jean-Claude Van Damme playing multiple roles, including the much loved Double impact (1991), Maximum risk (1996), and Replicant (2001). The last mercenary continued this trend as Richard Brumère of Van Damme disguised himself as a bearded waiter to overhear a key conversation as part of his spy duties, and later donned perhaps one of the strangest screen fights of Van Damme’s career.

The last mercenary learned of promising but ultimately unsatisfying adventures from Amazon. This avoided the pitfalls of Jean-Claude Van Johnson letting the others participate in the joke, adding a talented young cast to help support the action-comedy mix. If this is the future of Jean-Claude Van Damme, he has carved out an enviable place for himself as an aging action star who continues to be relevant.

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