Tagged: Dolph Lundgren

Bullet Points: Blood of Redemption

With the frequency that Dolph Lundgren movies are released into the marketplace it is not hard to understand how some of Dolph’s movies can go virtually undetected by even the most ardent Dolph Lundgren supporters. 2013’s...

Bullet Points: Larceny

There may not be another website on the entire global internet that reviews more Dolph Lundgren movies then Bulletproof Action! Since he’s an actor that I’ve followed for most of my life, I’ve got a big...

Bullet Points: Don’t Kill It

Action legend Dolph Lundgren stars in something like 78 movies each year. He fights a number of deadly and diverse creatures; killer robots, sharks, Nazi’s, superheroes, and Jean Claude Van Damme. There is no limit to what...

Scene of the Week: Army of One

Some may refer to it as Army of One. Others may refer to it as Joshua Tree. But no matter what you call it, after you watch it I think you will agree it is one of Dolph...

The Essentials: Dolph Lundgren

With well over 50 acting credits to his name, Dolph Lundgren has kept busy since his Hollywood debut in 1985’s James Bond flick, A View to a Kill. In this edition of The Essentials, I will countdown...

Bullet Points: The Russian Specialist

After turns as Ivan Drago in Rocky IV and Nikolai Rachenko in Red Scorpion, Dolph Lundgren proved early on in his acting career that  playing Russian characters was one of his specialties. So who better to...

Bullet Points: Pentathlon

Quick, what is the most underrated Olympic event? If you said the pentathlon, and modern pentathlon to be specific, you would be correct. Now what is the most underrated Dolph Lundgren movie? If you answered Pentathlon...