Randy Orton stars in this action thriller as a paramedic lured into a game of deadly challenges with a madman. When Nick Malloy (Orton) receives a mysterious phone call from a psychotic killer (Brian Markinson) telling him that his wife has been abducted, he's forced to take on 12 challenges within a specified time, and without telling the cops, or risk a city wide bloodbath at the hands of his tormentor. Now, with the clock ticking and his wife's life hanging by a thread, Nick must use all of his wits to discover who his adversary is, and more importantly, how to stop him.
Nick Malloy is an Emergency Medical Technician, who finds himself caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse, with a vigilante tied to the paramedic's past.
With little time to spare, and his wife's life hanging in the balance, Nick must figure out why he's been chosen to be the pawn in this maniac's game before it's too late....
If you enjoyed the first movie, and are ready to suspend disbelief for ninety minutes, you will have a ball watching this.
Its a WWE movie, starring a huge jawed star who cannot act, but can run for miles and fight the good fight, and the villain stands in a sewer for the entire movie, ringing up Orton and getting him to drive somewhere and pick up a Wesley, maundering guy.
And this is where you really have to suspend belief, the rationale of the villain is the act that Orton saved someone else before his wife, who died.
So why is it Orton the guy picks on? Its really annoying, and if I were Nick, I'd tell him where to go, as his wife is pretty much safe for the majority of the movie.
But like I've said, ignore this, and its a fun movie, with good production values and some good set pieces.
In the end, you realise that Orton can fight two cops no problem, but struggles with a man nearly twice his age with one hand on the steering wheel.
But its the best film ever made about having your best friend get caught in a blast, and never finding out what happened to him.
Marvellous thriller and terrifying movie, all about a psychopath set on dealing with a man who he blames over an accident that happened one night on a bridge in the past, revenge plus is added in this movie, now 12 challenges must be meet or he loses his wife who has been kidnapped, held by the psycho who is saying miss the deadline or inform the cops she is dead. Traps everywhere and time is running out for him, sounds like hell but then who knows intriguing full of suspense that it's a must see, twist and turns roller coaster ride throughout not knowing what's next so I rated this an A grade plus for the imagination and ideas included with fabulous acting and story. So what are you waiting for collect the show gather up the popcorn get comfortable placing your feet up and relaxing to a fantastic movie full on entertainment that will have you riveted to the chair, no sleeping in this one, to much going on. Enjoy!
Nick Malloy (Randy Orton) is an EMT who hates chick flicks. He receives a phone call and is forced into a 12 round game or else his wife (Cindy Busby) will die. Nick has to follows directions and quickly find and decipher clues. We even get to see the man (Brian Markinson) making the phone calls to him. The question of "why Nick" is answered midway through the film, at which point Nick tries to go after his caller, while the cops go after him.
We have seen similar films as this one, which I thought were superior. Other than Nick being an EMT, this one brings nothing new and exciting. The film is mildly entertaining at best. It might make for an inexpensive rental, but lacks the quality for a second viewing.
12 Rounds of non-stop action more or less! The villain is a man driven to the edge after losing his wife in a car accident where the driver, the son of a governor, is practically let off Scott-Free. You actually understand why the man takes this course of drastic action.
Randy Orton plays a paramedic who attended that car accident and instead of saving the wife, he saved the driver. And it's that driver that gets pulled into this cat and mouse game as the villain seeks his revenge.
This was Randy Orton's first lead role, and he did a pretty respectable job.
Wrestlers like Randy are bound to succeed in action movies, as the acting is standard.
Randy is the only star of the movie as far as I'm concerned as I don't recognise any of his co-stars.
Its a decent enough movie with superb action sequences