12 Rounds 3: Lockdown


Action / Crime / Thriller

Plot summary

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Top cast

Lochlyn Munro Photo
Lochlyn Munro as Darrow
Ty Olsson Photo
Ty Olsson as Harris
Avery Konrad Photo
Avery Konrad as Girlfriend
Roger R. Cross Photo
Roger R. Cross as Burke
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728.99 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 1 / 1
1.44 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 4 / 3

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FlashCallahan4 / 10

Just another Die Hard knock off......

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.

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......

John Cena and WWE have a lot to answer for. Between the two of them, they have taken two perfectly passable B-movie action flicks, and turned them into a monster that won't give up the Die Hard ghost.

The sequels to The Marine, are nothing more than Die Hard wannabe shlockfests, and in turn, this franchise is becoming the same monster.

But what's the twist here? Why, the twelve rounds are referring to the number of bullets that Dean Ambrose has in his gun. Because a good cop doesn't need more than twelve bullets in a Die Hard situation......eat that Bruce.

And what does become clear very soon into the film, is that this movie wasn't supposed to be a sequel, the makers just saw the finished product, felt their heart sink, and tagged on the franchise name.

The plot and the narrative, are perfectly acceptable and a pretty good concept, Cop comes back to work after being traumatised, colleagues are planning a robbery, blame their killing of other cops on the returning cops mental health state, thus leaving him with having to clear his name and quip really poor, incoherent one liners.

It's not a terrible film by any means, it's just so boring and mundane, and Ambrose should make the most of this movie, because I feel he won't be getting many more movie offers soon. At least he's got his wrestling to fall back on.

So for the rest of the film we have Ambrose hiding from a villain who is really doing his best to be Michael Jai White and killing cops when Ambrose won't move into the view of the CCTV, the bloke from Scary Movie looking really old and sweaty, and obviously your token police outside shouting 'we're going in'.

It all ends with a silly twist, and it doesn't deliver anything new or surprising.

Well it did surprise me when I found out Ambrose is only 29. He looks well into his forties.

Live Hard.....Die Hard......

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca3 / 10

Largely without merit

While the first two in this franchise were on-the-street thrillers, LOCKDOWN adopts the familiar DIE HARD format and comes across as a very low rent thriller without much to recommend it in the way of talent or excitement. A lunkheaded ex-wrestler with zero charisma and little in the way of natural athleticism or fighting ability plays a cop who gets set up by other cops. He's trapped in a locked down police station and forced to fight for his life against various bad guys. There's some routine, badly-shot action and lots of lame dialogue; it's all perfunctory at best, and largely without merit.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters4 / 10


Shaw (Jonathan Good) comes back to work as a cop who was shot and got his rookie partner killed. Within a few minutes he discovers that Burke (Roger R. Cross) and a bunch of other cops are dirty. The police building gets evacuated, goes into LOCKDOWN and we replay a boring DIE HARD.

I am not sure what this film had to do with 12 rounds 2 or the first one. None of the characters or plot goes from one film to the other, I mean this isn't as sequitur as Halloween 3. They could have named this DIE HARD 4 and it would have made more sense. The action is a bunch of cops chasing another cop around a building. They didn't have the budget for a decent car chase or some roof top jumping. Oh they did that cool taser scene, but it needed more.

Guide: Brief sex and nudity (Lee Tomaschefski)

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