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Posted July 6, 2015 5:30 am
Email: shayd1984 [at] gmail [dot] com


I enjoyed seeing Max this weekend, but the only I had it with was Justin wasn't arrested or spoken to about copyright infringement. Copying those games as you know is illegal. Why wasn't this scene in the film?

Location: Lancaster, Ohio - Posted June 29, 2015 4:15 pm
Email: alckphd [at] gmail [dot] com

Amy Kabel


I went and saw 'Max" this weekend and I wanted to let you know that it was the best movie I have ever seen! I would love to talk with you about another movie idea about my dog Hank. I think it could be as big as "Max" if not bigger. Please contact me at Thanks, Amy Kabel, Ph.D.

Location: NYC - Posted June 21, 2015 8:29 am
Website - Email: Nicole [dot] pepperman [at] foxnews [dot] com

nicole pepperman

Location: Albuquerque, NM - Posted June 7, 2015 7:03 pm
Email: gkalacey [at] icloud [dot] com

Gwen (Lacey) Kroeker

Mr. Lettich,
Thank you. I saw the trailer for Max today and will be enjoying it opening weekend. Keep up the good work!
Sincerely, Gwen

Location: Houston, Texas - Posted March 19, 2015 7:58 pm
Email: gcenter [at] sjs [dot] org

Gordon Center

Dear Mr. Lettich,

Thank you for writing, "Max". My nine year old son lives and breathes for stories about the USMC. He loves to read anything he can get his hands on about the USMC, and he never leaves our home without securing his cover. He saw the video for your new film, and he made me promise to take him. Thank you for writing a film that I can share with my son and his friends. It looks like a lovely story, and I appreciate you putting the effort in to make it a gripping story. All my best, Gordon Center

Location: Force Recon Banquet Friday 12 sept. - Posted September 19, 2014 4:56 pm
Email: terteach [at] aol [dot] com

Ternot MacRenato

Sheldon, We met at the Force Recon banquet. We sat at the same table with Greg and Sharon. I'd still be interested in observing you at work directing. What and how you do it is of interest to me. I have taught for 40 years and I want to know how the two activities are similar and how they are different. Thank you. Semper Fi

Location: France - Posted May 6, 2014 11:23 am
Website - Email: sergekato [at] hotmail [dot] com

Sergio Kato

Location: Los Angeles - Posted January 16, 2014 10:25 pm
Email: kimjsize [at] hotmaill [dot] com

Kimberly Sizemore

WE were classmates at AFI.
Still here in LA..became a Film AD and TV Stage Manager.
Hope all is well with you and yours and all the best for the coming year!

Location: Manhattan, New York, NY - Posted July 6, 2013 7:45 am
Website - Email: Teresa [dot] Studzinski [at] gmail [dot] com

Teresa Studzinski (formerly Sobenko)

Hello Sheldon,

This is Teresa,we met in Poland in 2000. We visited your mom's hometown near Krakow, together with JCVD. I hope everything goes very well, as usual.You and JC were both wonderful personalities, and very creative guys - writing film scripts in beautiful hotel suites and on trips - like on the one to Krakow.
It would be a pleasure to invite you both again to a beautiful event in the US.
Let me know how we can communicate again.
Best greetings for you and Jean-Claude,
Teresa Studzinski

Location: South Florida a.k.a. Miami or East Coast - Posted May 15, 2013 12:30 pm
Website - Email: Encourageanaire [at] gmail [dot] com

Nicholis Encourageanaire Washburn

Hello Mr. Sheldon Lettich, Having Enlisted myself as a "HOLLYWOOD MARINE" It is a Great Day to Show you GRATITUDE for your Serving GOD, CORPS & COUNTRY and also for PAYING IT FORWARD for 21st Century MILITARY w/MARTIAL ARTS MISSIONS via MOVIES/TV to Fight Evil with their Incredible Gifts of
Unstoppable Heart!!! Honorary/Humble/Heroic/Heavenly *ENCOURAGEANAIRES***
~BLOODSPORT~Jean Claude Van Damme First Starring Action Film

~Bloodsport is a 1988 American martial arts sports drama film directed by Newt Arnold, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Roy Chiao, Donald Gibb and Leah Ayres. The film is based in part on fiction as well as in part inspired by real life of American martial artist Frank Dux.[2][3][4] It sold well at the box office, grossing $11,806,119 domestically on a budget of $1,100,000. Bloodsport was one of Van Damme's first starring films and showcased his athletic abilities. He performs numerous physical feats such as helicopter-style, jump spinning heel kicks, and a complete split.

~Saw at Phoenix, AZ Movie Theater in 1988 while a student at Prescott High School in Prescott, AZ

~This was my "Karate Kid" Movie according to my Lifelong Passion, Pursuit, Perseverance, Purpose and Peace for the Way of Truth Sowed~Nurtured~Reaped via Martial Arts Movies!

~All Time Favorite Martial Arts Movie pre Keanu Reeves "The Matrix" that also happen to be a TRUE Story LEGEND
for both Frank Dux and Jean Claude Van Damme and Why Sylvester Stallone had to place Van Dammage as Uber-Villian for "EXPENDABLES 2: BACK FOR WAR!!

~Most Expensive/Prized/Enamored/Genuine Movie Memorabilia in the "ENCOURAGEANAIRE" Film/TV/Comic Books/Martial Arts/Music/Media Museum!!!
*P.S. One Day to be Signed by the LEGENDARY Jean Claude VAN DAMME!!!!!!!



~ACTS 11

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