There is no character development and no moral. Another detective, Chuck Jansen calls Fisher to tell him that the numbers in the envelope were rigged to the streetcar. Yet this guy shot speedily at the desk allowing Shaw to escape. This movie is suppose to be a die hard type of action movie. The story line seemed like a good one going into it, but soon started loosing its rhythm quickly as the movie progressed, with some holes here and there.
If you want to see a good movie with a good storyline in my opinion this is it. Like i did, to bring you this heads up!! As a mindless action flick, it's not a bad way to spend ninety minutes. Some things were just too hard to believe. Overall, a pretty cliché action movie that really is worth watching only if you are a huge fan of Dean Ambrose. Roger Cross was very good, as usual, and Dean Ambrose was excellent and extremely likable as the protagonist.
She was one in a group of corrupt cops led by the film's main antagonist, Tyler Burke. Fisher realizes that Willie's death in the elevator episode was orchestrated by Jackson. Not the best, but pretty good. And I just can't believe capt Matthews was a bad cop. A police officer returns to duty after recovering from a gun shot wound to discover incriminating evidence of illegal activities against those closest to him. Like the fact that Shaw, someone who could barely nail a good shot during practice was so good at it under pressure, killing all the bad guys with his expertise.
This is 2015, everybody has internet. Lockdown is definitely flawed, yet it brings enough action antics to be a popcorn flick or lazy afternoon watch. I absolutely loved this movie. On , which assigns a rating, the film has a score of 38%, based on 13 reviews. The previous 12 round films were passable and had some decent action. The story follows Shaw as he tries to get out with the evidence while evading bad guys, who have several advantages over him.
His first day back on the job ends up being far from rosy. A cop forced to go through a series of tests in order to save the ones he loves. El se află repede în capcană în propriul loc, vânat și în căutarea adevărului, deoarece polițiștii strâmbi nu se opresc la nimic pentru a recupera dovezile. The script makes no sense at all. The level of gunplay is over the top. All the bodies are full of the bad guys bullets. He had all the time to do it.
The re-instated police officer, who's partner was killed, uncovers evidence of foul play. Also I never figured how Burke would realistically pin all the deaths on Shaw. I give this a C. However, it also did a couple things that surprised me. I also thought that the action scenes were much less effective than the drama, which got genuinely tense a couple times.
Carver has a lead on the man who helped kidnap Molly Porter and volunteers to look into that while Fisher continues with the game. It all ends with a silly twist, and it doesn't deliver anything new or surprising. Shaw has inner demons, but seems to ignore them. At least copy it to your desktop so you have a backup. All in all it's a decent watch for a rainy day, don't expect too much and you wont be disappointed, I still hope for a 4th one though regardless. Where do I start from? Summary: 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. I remember going to see the original 12 Rounds, starring John Cena a long long time ago.
I wouldn't say there was a complete lack of effort in making this movie, but for the most part it's predictable and not very good. He didn't favor the bad hand and kept moving it the way he liked. She was later caught by Shaw, who held her at gunpoint. Archived from on 13 January 2008. He communicates with the outside using radio, the same radio which he communicates with his fellow perpetrators. 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.
But the 3rd film lacked everything those two had. 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. Only drawback of the movie was that a great deal of it was filmed in the dark making it harder for you to tell everything that was going on at all times. And when Shaw killed the only female villain, the next person who shot at him had a clear view of Shaw's upper body. When he discovers his former partner is involved in illegal activity he wants to do something about it. I'm not talking about the actor or the action. Why would the villains think they could hunt down and murder an officer when every corner of the building is monitored by security cameras? One of them is Colossus from X-Men movies.