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12 Rounds (Rated + Unrated) (Bilingual)

John Cena , Ashley Scott , Renny Harlin    Unrated   DVD
2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Cena/Scott/Harris ~ 12 Rounds

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2.0 out of 5 stars Buzz!! Fail! March 5 2013
Format:Blu-ray
Rip off of Die Hard 3. It's got its moments (many vehicles bashed in) but Harlin (Cliff Hanger, Die Hard 2) pretty much reprises Die Hard 3 without Bruce Willis, Sam Jackson and Jeremy Irons but with Ashley Scott playing the role of Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Die Hard 4.
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3.0 out of 5 stars solid action film April 18 2011
By falcon
Format:DVD
this was a pretty solid action film,in my opinion.it won't win any
awards for originality,but it had some exciting moments.it was fast
paced,and never boring.the acting was good as well.John Cena makes a
decent action hero.i also thought Ashley Scott was decent as Molly
Porter,the love interest.The action sequences were well done,i
thought.Renny Harlin(Die Hard 2)directed the film.if you just want to
shut your brain off and be entertained for a little over an hour and a
half,this movie would work nicely.if you're looking for something to
challenge you,this isn't the right movie.myself,i found it an
entertaining diversion.for me,12 Rounds is a 3/5
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sophomoric and derivative July 4 2009
Format:DVD
12 Rounds stars John Cena as a cop who put away a renowened international arms dealer. During the arrest, the criminal's girlfriend was accidentally killed. One year later, the criminal escapes, kidnaps Cena's girlfriend and challenges him to a game of "12 Rounds" where he has to face various traps and obstacles in order to save his girlfriend's life.

This has got to be one of the most shamelessly derivative movies ever. What bothered me was that I got the impression the filmmakers thought they had a really clever concept on their hands. Well, anyone who's seen "Speed" or "Die Hard with a Vengeance" would certainly disagree. The acting is beyond bad, and Cena should stick to the wrestling ring. The film does make great use of its New Orleans locales but that's about the only good thing I can say about this movie. Skip.
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3.0 out of 5 stars HAVEN'T WE BEEN HERE BEFORE? July 12 2009
By Mark Turner - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
If nothing else one has to give credit to the WWE for attempting to spread out further than the squared circle. While their attempt at a new football franchise failed, their diving into the world of film has done well for them. Some movies hit highs and some drop to lows but they're almost always entertaining. They also provide a jumping board for the careers of their wrestlers. Such is the case with John Cena.

Cena has starred in one film already, the well received THE MARINE. An action film seemed a natural leap for him and he did a fine job handling acting and action chores both with ease. The next step was finding a follow up vehicle and that came about with the new release 12 ROUNDS.

Cena stars as New Orleans policeman Danny Fisher who winds up by circumstance in the middle of an FBI hunt to track down a terrorist named Miles Jackson (Aidan Gillen). A chase follows and after he stops the terrorist, Jackson tells his girlfriend to run before he takes the time to notice an oncoming truck in her path. Blaming Fisher for her death, he swears they'll meet again.

Fast forward one year later and Danny is now a detective. He heads to work only to get a phone call. It's Jackson and he informs Danny that he's taken Danny's girlfriend Molly (Ashley Scott) hostage. Just to let him know he's serious, Jackson blows up Danny and Molly's house while Danny watches. He then tells him they're going to play a game with the life of Molly hanging in the balance. All Danny has to do is win the majority of the 12 rounds Jackson has planned for him.

Danny contacts his partner on the force for assistance and then heads out to take on the first round. Each one sets him up for a life or death situation for either himself or some innocent person who finds themselves involved in helping him. While he rejoices at the wins, he begins to feel guilty over the losses as they involve the death or injury of someone else.

Along the way the FBI become involved since they've been watching all along. Of course Danny's not to keen to work with them since they failed to notify him earlier of the prison break involving Jackson. Unlikely allies begin to work together to try and take down this mad man while saving Molly at the same time.

Steve Harris stars as Special Agent George Aiken, the main agent in charge of catching Jackson from the start. His concerns focus more on the recapture than on saving Molly. Of course this results in head to head conflict with Danny and his goal of saving the woman he loves. Agent Aiken has a personal reason for wanting Jackson caught as well but eventually realizes he may have put his personal interests above the life of this woman.

The clock is ticking and with only so many hours allotted for Danny to complete all of his tasks, he struggles to find a way to beat Jackson at his own game. Beaten down, battered along the way, the final showdown approaches. Only then will we discover who wins and who loses the game of 12 rounds.

Cena does a fine job here with only one problem. He's never given much chance to act. Perhaps that's the intention, giving him just enough moments to convince people of his sincerity but for the most part just jumping, running and fighting to reach the films conclusion. Cena can do a decent job of acting but unless he's given the opportunity, his chances of a long term career in film dwindles.

While the film does offer the requisite amount of action with minimal amount of plot, the twists and turns Jackson puts Danny through are original for the most part. But as I was watching this film I kept thinking I'd seen it before. It was only after I was reminded by a friend that I put it all together and realized that Bruce Willis was pretty much put through the paces of games that kept him running in DIE HARD 3. While this film is not an exact copy, the overall feeling creeps in at times.

That being said, it remains a fine piece of entertainment. The production values are well done and all the money spent to make the picture shows on the screen. Rarely has New Orleans looked this good and with the bad press of Katrina, it's nice to see the locale used once again.

All in all you won't do wrong by renting this film to watch. And for Cena fans, you'll want to add it to your collection. But let's hope that he gets the chance to stretch himself a little further in his next film. Only then can he hope to achieve greater stardom rather than find himself in the straight to DVD category.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars pure action Jan. 30 2010
By B. E Jackson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
The last time I watched a WWE movie starring John Cena... let's just say, I love my action hot and heavy and ended up VERY satisfied, haha.

So it's absolutely NO surprise to me that 12 Rounds is a classic.

So many things to admire about a movie like this... of course you can't take the good without the bad. The first 15 minutes were some of the most predictable and generic cheesiness I have ever seen in my life.

I was almost ready to turn the movie off after those horrible 15 minutes, but then... John Cena began the chase, and when the storyline finally kicked in, this movie completely blew me away.

Everything from car crashes to explosions to shootings... 12 Rounds does it all.

I can't imagine how difficult it was to film something like this. I can't imagine how much money it cost to waste all those vehicles! Actually the same thought comes to mind with ANY action movie. It must cost a fortune.

John Cena proves why he was chosen for this role- his acting skills are almost as good as his performance in the ring. He truly has a career as a movie star when his wrestling career is over.

The storyline is about John Cena's character accidentally killing a woman. To make a long story short, he goes to arrest a bad man, the wife/girlfriend of this man happens to be hit by a car right in front of them, so the guy takes it personally and, one year later when he mysteriously gets out of jail, he decides to take his revenge against Cena.

His revenge happens to be a carefully orchestrated and elaborate set of rounds that Cena MUST follow, or else his wife dies.

This movie is highly recommended for those who love movies such as Speed. GREAT edge of your seat action.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Action Movie Feb. 23 2011
By TAMMY RIDENOUR - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Great Action movie. Especially for all the John Cena fans. I found that this movie is better than The Marine.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Deja Vu, but well done Aug. 21 2009
By Pramod - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
In his earlier movie, John Cena was The Marine, which was not very well received. In 12 Rounds, he stars as Detective Danny Fischer of New Orleans Police Department. This movie is definitely a step up from The Marine as Cena has developed his acting and action skills further. The story is interesting and the action sequences are spectacular but one gets the feeling of having seen it all somewhere before. The bus bomb sequence is ripped from Speed - the bus number here is 5050, in Speed it is 2525. The blowing up of Cena's partner is another scene that takes me back to Speed [Blu-ray]. The streetcar sequence is somewhat similar to the train sequence in Spider-Man 2, but the action is more `human' than superhuman, so to speak. Others remind me of the various Die Hard movies.
Nevertheless, the director and the writers deserve credit for integrating all these sequences into a seamless whole so that it does not feel contrived or even impossible (we know it is). Aiden Gillen is superb as the villain of the piece, terrorist Miles Jackson. For once, the hero in this movie does not try to do everything on his own - he reluctantly agrees to FBI cooperation.
It is also great to see New Orleans being used as a locale for an action film. We are quite used to seeing L.A., New York and Chicago as a backdrop for action movies, but this was a revelation. The city looks stunning on blu-ray and even the many night scenes are well done. The film makers have gone to great lengths to use authentic settings, though I do not know the extent to which they used FX and CGI. The ending of the film was never in doubt, but it was a fitting finale. I have not yet seen the alternative endings, though. One word about the Digital Copy - it suffers from too many artifacts in some fast moving scenes, but the overall presentation is good.
Cena's acting career is just starting to take off and this is a much better outing than The Marine. The future can only be brighter. This film can heartily be recommended for all action lovers.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a ride! May 19 2010
By Harold E. Wills - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
This was an exciting, gripping movie. The action and FX were gripping. Which, to me, is what it's all abount!
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