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A Certain Justice 2014

3.4 out of 5 stars (16) IMDb 4.4/10

The action dream team of cinema star in this revenge story centred round an ex-solider hell bent on seeking justice.

Starring:
Vinnie Jones
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Action & Adventure
Director Giorgio Serafini, James Coyne
Starring Vinnie Jones
Studio Signature Entertainment Ltd
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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THE MOVIE

John Nguyen (Cung Le) returns home from a traumatic tour of duty in Iraq struggling with with posttraumatic stress disorder. When he witnesses a group of thugs attacking defenseless call girl Tanya (Briana Evigan), he can't help but interfere, seriously wounding her attackers and triggering a war between him and the Aryan Brotherhood, led by Hollis (Dolph Lundgren). The Brotherhood goes after John's parents, killing them, which makes it personal. One by one John takes on numerous high-ranking members of the gang, while also being hunted by the cops.

If you expect a "typical" Lundgren vs. evil movie such as THE MECHANIK, you will be very disappointed: Lundgren plays the leader of a white supremacist group looking more like a hippie with long hair and a mustache (seriously, Dolph???), while Cung Le is the actual hero in A CERTAIN JUSTICE (aka PUNCTURE WOUNDS). Vinnie Jones has only a minor role.
Directing by Giorgio Serafini and James Coyne is below average (the latter wrote the story), the movie is badly paced. A bit of trimming here and there would have been better for the film.
A CERTAIN JUSTICE is not a bad movie, it has descent fight scenes and the typical vigilante story, but it never excels beyond mediocrity, mostly due to its poor writing, very poor dialogue and a rather uninspired performance by Lundgren. At least Jones is top notch during his very limited screen time. A bigger budget might also have helped, but isn't the main issue. Cung Le does a decent job (more convincing than Iko Uwais in THE RAID!) but unfortunately it is not enough to save the movie.
What is good about this movie are the fighting scenes. They are not as spectacular as in both the RAID movies, not even close, but they are the best this film has to offer.
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An average action thriller, also known as Puncture Wounds, starring UFC star Cung Le. He helps out a call girl being beaten up outside his home, killing all 4 of them, but unfortunately for him, said call girl and the gang are in the employment of leader Hollis, Dolph Lundgren, a wealthy crime lord. There's plenty of justice served as Lundgren annihilates Cung Le's entire family by blowing them all up, Cung Le then goes about a mission to take down every villain in his way until finally getting to the kingpin himself.

Plot wise that's about it, but if you're a fan of action films then you'll probably enjoy this one. Cung Le isn't the best actor going but he isn't there to win an Oscar, just to kick ass!! Dolph Lundgren makes an effective baddie, a role I always think he's better at, and, unlike other offerings he's recently done, he doesn't mumble through it. Vinnie Jones is merely there in a cameo role as one of Lundgren's 'employees'.

The one thing that is weird here is the cover of the dvd. Firstly, ok, Cung Le isn't too well known so he's not on the cover. Secondly,in this film Dolph's character resembles Hulk Hogan - full handlebar moustache, the lot, so this isn't a shot from the film 0 and in actual fact both Dolph and Vinnie look like they've had their faces pasted on from another picture altogether. The back cover lists Dolph as Dophl too which is just sloppy releasing from the distributor.

Action packed, certainly, but not essential, and will keep you going until Expendables 3 appears
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 Sept. 2014
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PTSD victim John Nguyen (Cung Le) is living in a dive hotel in LA, He gets in the middle of a prostitute /(Briana Evigan) pimps tussle which launched him into a war against LA mobster Hollis (Dolph Lundgren). Vinnie Jones has a small role.

That is pretty much it. There are fighting and torture scenes as the film comes across as a grindhouse at times. Plot was fairly formula stuff with a lack of memorable dialogue.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, brief nudity. 2 1/2 STARS
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With a cover that looks like its for a different movie and sporting a new title (originally under the more effective moniker 'Puncture Wounds') this straight to video wonder from director Giorgio Serafini (the so-so 'Game of Death' and the no-go 'Blood of Redemption') has more cheese than a quarter pounder, but as I'm a pioneer in all things cheesy lets go with it anyway.

Cung Le (fresh from the superior John Hyams helmed 'Dragon Eyes') plays John Nguyen and he's just returned home from a harrowing tour of duty in Iraq only to be suffering from post traumatic stress. Living a lonely existence, he becomes embroiled in a skirmish involving beautiful call girl Tanya (a trouser tightening Briana Evigan) and some violent Aryan Brotherhood pimps. Having taken them down, he is now a target of Hollis (Dolph Lundgren in fright wig and '70s porno moustache combo), the ruthless criminal leader of the group. From here on in, its amateur dramatics a-go-go as John faces off against Hollis and his henchmen in a barrage of badly directed schlock that makes you wanna take up ping pong or some other easy sport just so you could forget any of this has actually happened.

To be fair, the cast don't let themselves down. Both Lundgren and Vinnie Jones (in usual looney tune mode) are entertaining in their respective roles and although Cung Le isn't the best actor in the world - he does provide a solid, masculine hero figure, cutting a path of destruction and martial arts chop-sockery as he heads toward his fateful showdown with Hollis.
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