This is a must-see and one of the best documentaries - and films - of this year.
The acting in this movie is really good.
It is neither dumb nor smart enough to be fun, and spends way too much time with its boring human characters.
The word 'crap' is the only word I can say about this movie as Cena once again is portrayed as 'SuperCena' for some odd reason. Like I said in my summary, I would rather watch Dooley's Day Out than this crap. No actually, watch DDO all day and night.Cena just needs to stop making these stupid films as it makes John McClain (from Die Hard) and other legendary action stars look like a complete and utter joke. I highly recommend you to go on Jappercake on YouTube to watch DDO as there is a lot of banter and jokes that have been applied to his videos so please for the love of God watch DDO.
This is an absolute crap movie.The story line is terrific and it certainly had potential but unfortunately they hired the worst camera man they possibly could.The movie was filmed by someone with Tourette syndrome.What fool with a brain snap thought this was going to be a goer?I would be surprised if there is ANYONE who could watch this rubbish without feeling seasick.Don't get me wrong, there are some things about this flick that could be said to be okay, like the story line, but no matter how good that story line is, it pales into total insignificance when you try to watch it on the full screen.I have my own copy of this and I could only get half way through it and when I pull it out of machine, it goes straight into the garbage, where it belongs.A perfectly good movie, completely spoiled because they thought it would be real cool to record it on camcorder carried by a spastic.
This film had no potential. The plot was overused. Kind of felt like a Taken vibe to it. No good performances. Cheap villain. Cheap ending. Nothing much good to this movie. I will say it has a good few scenes. But it was clichéd. Predictable. With nothing for a script.World Wrestling Entertainment really overdid this trilogy. Making 2 garbage sequels (Being worse than this)Slight pros for the film. There are a few scenes that make you feel thrilled at a brief moment. So it is not a 1 star worthy film. But all and all 3/10. Waste of a film.
I like Renny Harlin. I can sit back, watch his films, and just have a good time. There's not much he's done that I haven't liked, and 12 Rounds is included on that list.It's a high octane, non-stop action fest with some pretty good sequences. It's kind of like Die Hard with a Vengeance on the run. John Cena does a great job even if he is coming from a wrestling background. He had an on-screen presence that although towering, is also almost kitten like; soft on the inside and tough as nails on the out.Yes, the film is somewhat mind-numbing, and there's a few flaws in the action, but that's what you watch this for, to watch things pass by on the screen without having to guess anything, just pure entertainment for the action buffs.Renny, I salute you, but please, get back to your blockbusters.