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Ambushed BD+DVD [Blu-ray]

Dolph Lundgren , Randy Couture    R (Restricted)   Blu-ray

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In the frenetic underbelly of Los Angeles, Agent Maxwell (Dolph Lundgren) closes in on an international cocaine smuggling operation run by criminal mastermind Vincent Camastra (Vinnie Jones). When Agent Beverly Royce goes undercover with the drug dealers and finds herself deeper then she can handle - the case becomes personal for Maxwell who has to combat ruthless killers and dirty cops (Randy Couture), in an all-out action-filled finale to bring the criminals to justice.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars LOYALTY, RESPECT, AND TRUST Nov. 15 2013
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Frank (Daniel Bonjour) lives the American dream as a strip club owner and cocaine dealer. He has an innocent white bread girlfriend Ashley (Cinthya Bornacelli) who attends college and stays separate from his work. Frank has a partner Eddie (Gianni Capaldi) and Frank desires to take his operation to the next level where he works for Vincent (Vinnie Jones). Unfortunately his crimes do not go unnoticed. He is being followed by DEA agent Maxwell (Dolph Lundgren) and associates. A dirty doughnut eating cop (Randy Couture) is added to the mix.

The plot lacks depth and complexity. This is a straight forward crime/drama/thriller/action film. The talents of Dolph Lundgren are under utilized. Oh wait he does rough up a guy for information...only to brush him off and let him go. We needed Dolph for this? They could have used Betty White.

The sound track was pretty decent and of course Vinnie Jones does a good job in his limited role. The main problem with this feature was that Frank, the main character, was not someone we could root for. About 1/3 of the way through the film he gives a useless narration on the drug industry and the economy which never really ties into the film.

A lower tier rental. Dolph fans can skip this one and not miss anything.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Brain Dead Nov. 18 2013
By Donald C. Hagy - Published on Amazon.com
This movie was an ABSOLUTE mess. There wasn't one single character introduced that anyone could care about. This movie--who obviously thought it "had it all"--offered so little. Actually, there were no characters just caricatures: your Billy Bad-A$$, your Colin Ferrell wannabe, your lesbo couple, your over-the-top "boss" who was supposed to be so bad you'd believe he killed kittens as a hobby, who also ate at fine restaurants, was always dressed in a suit, but had the dirtiest shoes you'll ever see, the crooked cop (isn't there always one?), the drug dealer who has found "the perfect girl," (who, by the way, was dumber than a box of rocks), and who wants to get out of the business, major stompings and beatings--which render nary a scratch...and then you had Dolph, who cannot act his way out of a room. You also had a director (nudge/nudge, wink/wink) who wanted to pay homage to Brian DePalma, with his split-screen, Trouble is, a split-screen may work a couple of times (think "Carrie"), but it gets real tired real fast when it is deployed throughout the movie.

I don't know what the people who made this mess were thinking (maybe a fast buck?), but this was one complete, muddled, mess. It is rated R, lasts a 100 days, and should never be seen by anyone.
3.0 out of 5 stars not one of his best April 13 2014
By Amanda Felix - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Could be because he is not really in this. Mostly about undercover officers trying to make a case against drug dealers. Even the female officer undercover is not very credible as she compromises her job and lets her feelings get in the way. When Lundgren is in the shots he has little to say and not very well done. better to rent for a couple of dollars than to buy
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GOOD COP BAD COP, THEIR FIGHT CONTINUES... Dec 21 2013
By ricky norris - Published on Amazon.com
Good movie and a great story wonderfully produced by your favorite all time action heroes DOLPH LUNDGREN and RANDY COUTURE. Not bad for a team of EXPENDABLES working together for the first time. VINNIE JONES also did a great performance as the head villian in this cop thriller, these kinds of parts really shows his bad side. Overall, AMBUSHED is a must see movie if you're into great police action.

P.S. One movie which DOLPH LUNDGREN battles infected zombies with the help of giant robots is his new release BATTLE OF THE DAMNED. This movie is both action and horror in it's own scary kind of way and one of his best works as an executive producer. DOLPH'S CREATIVE THINKING!!!
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Better then most Lundgren movies which may be because he isn't in it that much. Lundgren fans will like this. I say B- Oct. 11 2013
By Tony Heck - Published on Amazon.com
"We're businessmen not junkies. We control this world or at least I thought so." Agent Maxwell (Lundgren) is finally about to reach the center of an international cocaine smuggling ring run by Vincent Camastra (Jones). When his partner Agent Royce gets in over her head it is up to Maxwell to get her out and bring the criminals to justice before it's too late. Dolph Lundgren is an actor who started off with a bang (Rocky 4) then slowly started to fade into straight to DVD movies. Most of them are slow, boring and unnecessary. While this one is nothing amazing or original it was entertaining and better then most of his movies. In between the cookie cutter plot there are some actual interesting dialog and borderline social commentary that makes you think. That is not something you would expect from a Lundgren movie. There really isn't much else to say about this, if you've seen one you've seen them all. On the other hand this is better then most of his, which may be because he isn't in it that much. Overall, Lundgren fans will like this. I give it a B-.

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