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Blood of Redemption [Blu-ray + DVD]

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  • Actors: Dolph Lundgren, Billy Zane, Vinnie Jones
  • Directors: Giorgio Serafini, Shawn Sorgouse
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Sept. 24 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00DN3U632
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,170 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Quinn Forte had it all: power, money, a brother who idolized him, and a woman who loved him. He also had enemies. Betrayed by someone in his inner circle, Quinn is set up and arrested. When he's released from jail he tries to escape the demons from his past, but that becomes an impossible task. Campbell, the ruthless new leader of "The Company" won't let him leave in peace. So instead of escaping them, Quinn fights back. He joins forces with his former henchman and friend, The Swede, and takes his enemies head on.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gilles. Tremblay on Oct. 28 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
everything was in perfect standing order.this a great movie i love very much..and i love answer about movie and good in my collection..

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A typical Lundgren movie, if you like him you will like this one. Nothing really to rush out and see though. I say C Sept. 16 2013
By Tony Heck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
"This is the story of a dead man." Quinn Forte (Zane) is on top of the world. He has everything anyone could want but he also has enemies. One night he is betrayed by someone close to him and winds up in jail. When he gets out he wants to find out who was behind it and hires The Swede (Lundgren) to help him do it. Little by little The Swede begins to unravel the mystery but that only leaves more questions. Once again I have to start by saying that this is a movie that you will either watch or not regardless of a review. Dolph Lundgren has a specific following. This is really just a typical Lundgren movie full of mindless action and dialog trying to cover up a overdused plot. It may sound like I'm unnecessarily harsh on this movie but it wasn't as bad as most of his movies. I do also have to say that Lundgren knows his limits and sticks to them for better or worse. The last twenty minutes, though very predictable, was not bad and if you make it to the end you will enjoy that part. Nothing really to rush out and see though. Overall, a typical Lundgren movie, if you like him you will like this one. I give it a C.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great action movie Sept. 23 2013
By abyron - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I actually really enjoyed this film, its got a plot and an ending that you would not expect, the characters are interesting, and it is pact full of names, Dolph Lungren, Billy Zane, Vinnie Jones, Robert Davi, etc. I was actually surprised when I was watching the movie, not expecting all of the recognizable names. If you are a fan of Dolph, Billy or Vinnie, you got to see this! PS, some nice looking ladies as well
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Leaden Performances And Ineffective Action Sequences Sink This Straight-To-DVD Thriller Sept. 20 2013
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
The straight-to-DVD actioner "Blood of Redemption" may not necessarily be the worst movie I've seen this year, but it probably ranks close. If you were sitting at home watching late night TV for free, I'd tell you to go ahead and take a look at the movie if it sounded promising. But if you're considering spending money on "Blood of Redemption," I'd be much more wary of a recommendation. Rent if you must, but watch it before you buy it. I doubt you'll feel the need to add it to your permanent collection. The movie aspires to be a twisty and clever thriller. But for anyone who has seen their fair share of such movies, nothing will come as much of a surprise in this endeavor. With its leaden pace, heavy-handed dialogue, inexpensive effects, and unconvincing action sequences, the movie has to have some redeeming qualities, right? Well, let's just say that the B-list cast certainly has potential. While the painful narration by lead Dolph Lundgren is a weighty obstacle that the movie can't overcome, the supporting cast includes the great Vinnie Jones, Robert Davi, and Billy Zane. Each has seen their share of successes, but all seem to be phoning it in on this effort. And none can compensate for Lundgren at his most lifeless and inexpressive.

"Blood of Redemption" tells the saga of one crime family and the lug of a bodyguard (Lundgren) caught in the midst of their violent enterprise. When patriarch Serge Forte (Robert Miano) meets an untimely demise at the hands of an unknown assailant, the clan faces a major upheaval. Serge had been positioning the family in a new way, but never had the opportunity to see this take shape. Elder brother Quinn (Billy Zane) goes to jail while younger sibling Kurt (Gianni Capaldi) rises in the field of law enforcement. Meanwhile, the family's trusted henchman (Davi) has brought his volatile nephew (Jones) into the mix. This assortment of players are all jockeying for position and power. As Quinn gets out of jail, he attempts to rebuild the empire that was his birthright. But where does everyone's loyalty lie? Firmly on the outside of the political maneuvering is Lundgren. Framed for a crime he didn't commit, he suddenly reappears to figure things out. With the aid of Quinn's girlfriend (Jelly Howie), they piece together an unpleasant truth about the family to which Lundgren had sworn allegiance.

I might have been more forgiving of "Blood of Redemption" had I not felt that I had seen this exact scenario unfold many times in much better movies. While the plotting is not nearly as clever as the screenwriter might imagine, it is the ineffective action sequences that really caused me to lose hope. In a B-movie action flick, that's the one thing you should probably focus on! But an early scene that has a group jumped in an alley is almost laughably silly and even amateurish. And things don't really improve. Lundgren can't anchor the film, either. As I mentioned, he actually narrates the movie and it is mind-numbingly one note. To hear him unravel the movie's twists, it stretched credibility beyond all belief. I didn't believe he could work a toaster, much less uncover a criminal conspiracy. The other notable performance (for me) was Capaldi. Serving also as the movie's producer, Capaldi seems to want to position himself as an action star. So it was with a fair amount of pleasure that I watched him continually over-acting a tough guy persona (but never convincingly). At only 85 minutes, this one seems quite a bit longer! KGHarris, 9/13.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
STORY OF A DEAD MAN, Sept. 12 2013
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Axel (Dolph Lundgren) is the body guard for crime boss Sergio (Robert Miano) and his family. Sergio and Hayden (Robert Davi) are partners. They have Senator Roswald (Jim Storm) in their pocket. They are involved in identity theft and gambling, recently branching out into counterfeiting. They deal with Boris (Massi Furlan) a Russian and the Chinese (Scott Ly). Campbell (Vinnie Jones) is Hayden's English nephew who comes over to supply the film with an actor I like. Sergio has two sons, Quinn (Billy Zane) and Kurt (Gianni Capaldi). Loryn (Jelly Howie) seems to be everybody's girlfriend. I think I got it right.

Sergio gets the word from the senator he must end his activities as he can no longer protect him. Also 30 minutes into this feature we find out Kurt works for the FBI. When Sergio gets killed, this becomes a very bad and confusing who-dun-it, with Axel wanting to find his former boss's killer using a picture board and red lines.

This is a good guy vs. bad guy vs. bad guy vs bad guy vs bad guy film. (There's actually a couple of more bad guy factions to this as everyone is on their own side, but I think you get the point.) The scenes were interesting and well done while the over all plot has holes and was immaterial.

Please note that the FBI does back ground checks. They don't hire people with crime connections and certainly wouldn't allow them to work on their own family's case. Nor does the FBI have just paper file folders on people. They do have a computer.

Okay as a rental for fans of Billy Zane.

Parental Guide F-bomb, sex, nudity (Jelly Howie. Jenny Shakeshaft, Reena Tolentino + other silicon beauties)
Ok Sept. 12 2014
By Magnolia - Published on Amazon.com
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This was an ok movie. I can't stand movies where there's so much back-stabbing, you forget how the movie started. This is one of those. Set in today's world, it features several rival families who blame each other for one of the patriarchs death. No one knows who really kills him until the very end, when things become very clear all of a sudden.
Dolph Lundgren plays a body guard and trusted confidant to the family of the patriarch who's killed. He tries the entire movie to figure out who did it, and discovers, to his disappointment, the perpetrator who he had trusted for years, and eventually was shot by. But, no worries, he rights things with his old friend and new enemy, and comes out clean in the end. I think the ending was the best part. But, you might disagree. Check it out...you might be more clever in figuring out who the bad guy is.

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