Shaw reveals himself and after sending his men after Shaw, Burke shoots Taylor anyway and the gunshot is heard by Shaw. 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. They meet up, but only to reveal herself as working with Burke. Dean Ambrose is handsome, captivating and electric every day, but this role showed how easily he could translate those qualities to the big screen. Lionsgate's Blu-ray release of 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown delivers satisfying video and audio. Shaw and Meeks duck into an elevator. Shaw is pinned down but managed to escape using Taylor's taser to stun a dead corrupt cop to fire an assault rifle that caused an explosion nearby on an experiment table, killing one corrupt cop but narrowly saved Burke and the others.
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. However, he's out-shined by former Actor Roger R. Detective John Shaw returns to active duty at his precinct after the death of his partner, Ray Jones, in which Shaw was shot and sidelined with post traumatic stress disorder. Shaw then cuffs Burke and walks out of the building. Burke receives word from Officer Meeks, one of his corrupt colleagues, that Shaw had already checked out the flash drive, but misses Shaw though both men shared the same elevator.
Detective John Shaw Dean Ambrose is back at work after a lengthy absence following an incident that got a fellow officer killed. . In the ensuring pursuit, Shaw is hit by the bullet to his arm while attempting to flee in an unmarked police car, but manages to elude his pursuers. Burke takes the opportunity to frame Shaw, directly blaming him for Meeks' death and assuring Matthews that he will handle Shaw. Dialogue is delivered with satisfying center placement and richness of vocalization. Minor office ambience fills the stage in the early precinct segments, and quieter scenes allow little details like humming fluorescent lights to help better define a room.
Basic image clarity and definition are the transfer's best asset. Darrow notices that the network is activated and after alerting Burke, managed to deactivate the network before the evidence is sent. When he uncovers evidence linking his fellow officers to a murder, they frame him for a homicide he didn't commit. Burke radios Darrow to shut down the elevators, but Shaw manages to escape. If you want to keep up with the latest festival news, art house openings, indie movie content, film reviews, and so much more, then you have found the right channel. Director: Writers: , Starring: , , , , , Producers: , , » 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown Blu-ray Review Ambrose Dies Hard. I have no idea who Dean Ambrose is and after seeing his lack luster performance, I care not to know.
Shaw manages to ambush a lone Burke and cuffs him and both men enter an elevator. At the same time, Burke, at his home, receives a call from Taylor regarding the flash drive. Matthews arrives and hails Burke over walkie talkie. Trapped in his own precinct, Shaw will do whatever it takes to expose the dirty cops and clear his name. He's not particularly well liked or trusted, which certainly doesn't help his case when he gets his hands on evidence that demonstrates deep corruption by his ex-partner, a well-liked and decorated cop named Tyler Burke Roger R. Just as Burke is about to shoot Shaw, the power is cut and Shaw manages to use the distraction to escape.
That means the action is largely one-sided. 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. Several times throughout Ambrose uses his down time to check how many rounds he las left, the number dwindling with every encounter with his pursuers. They destroy Freemont's laptop, and Burke shoots Freemont after making it look like Freemont shot first. Burke and 2 henchmen catch up with Shaw, who succeeds in escaping again. After seeing 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown, I had forgotten Die Hard was even a movie. Cross, Daniel Cudmore, Lochlyn Munro, Ty Olsson, Sarah Smyth, action, thriller, cop, police, gun shot, illegal, jslewis, flash the badge.
Shaw, knowing that he is now being hunted, ambushes Meeks but is surprised by Burke, Shaw uses Meeks as a shield, but Meeks is shot anyway by Burke. Burke secretly has its own key and manages to unlock the cuffs and after a struggle, Shaw is forced to escape but not before being shot in the hip. Shaw reads the incident report of the Freemont bust and retrieves the flash drive from Evidence. Synopsis 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. Shaw convinces Matthews that he is the innocent and Burke is corrupt. The aftermath -- shattering glass, bullets clanking off a metal surface -- are more sonically appealing. Beautiful women, hard hitting action, Dean Ambrose.
The color palette is, by design, lacking much spark beyond a few early outdoor segments that reveal, chiefly, a bright yellow Camaro. That guy has the acting chops of a star. Shaw goes to the rooftop in order to get a signal and make a call to Matthews. His work is overshadowed by a better performance from Roger R Cross. The film doesn't amount to much more than a spirited, but clearly lower-grade, knock-off.