12 Rounds 3: Lockdown

12 Rounds 3: Lockdown

WWE Studios (2015)
Action, Thriller
USA | English | Color | 1h 30min
| 1 disc
Region 1

Lockdown Follows a police officer who returns to duty after recovering from a gun shot wound to discover incriminating evidence of illegal activities against those closest to him. He quickly finds himself trapped inside his own precinct, hunted and in search of the truth, as the crooked cops stop at nothing to recover the evidence.

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Jonathan Good John Shaw
Roger R. Cross Tyler Burke
Daniel Cudmore Gideon
Lochlyn Munro Darrow
Ty Olsson Harris
Sarah Smyth Officer Jenny Taylor
Rebecca Marshall Captain Matthews
Kirby Morrow Saul
Samuel Smith Porter
Toby Levins Meeks
James Michalopolous Friels
Jaeson Lee Robertson
Bill Dow Keppler
Sharon Taylor Carmen
Hugo Steele Hurst
Matthew Harrison George Freemont
Darren Dolynski Security Guard
Gary Peterman Evidence Cop
Avery Konrad Girlfriend
Andrew Herr Young Kid
Courtney Hojenski Female Trainee
Jason Burkart Morgue Attendee
Lee Tomaschefski Hot Brunette
Tony Skinner Tom


Owner Review?
Location Action Disk1
Purchased Sep 11, 2015
Quantity 1
Seen it Sep 13, 2015 at our home w/bec
Added Jul 06, 2017
Modified Sep 24, 2018

Edition details

Layers Single side, Single layer


My quick rating - 5,2/10. Another slightly above average action movie starring a WWE superstar, this time Dean Ambrose. I will say that using him for the main was a good call since he sn't the muscle bound type character such as Cena and Orton were in the previous films. For being his first acting role, he did an adequate job and delivered his one-liners pretty well (yet some were not that funny no matter who said them) The action was edited well so the viewers don't lose track with too much jerky camera work (which seems to be more the norm in action films as of late). Ths story is more a use of "12 rounds" as in shots left in the gun, not 12 rounds as in a cat and mouse game, but that is ok, at least it was different. Overall, a good addition to the WWE library that did not raise the bar at all, but also did not lower it in the slightest either. Funny thing, I went back to my database and I gave the first one a 5.3 and the second one a 5.1 so at least they are being consistent.


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