Rest assured, he puts in a fully engaged performance in this one. No sleepwalking. The story involving an armed siege is familiar with the twist being a rock concert in Russia. Dolph is the man with a past who teams up with a Russian officer to take down the bad guys. The sets are great, the pyrotechnics are spot on and the fight scenes are some of the best in any Dolph movie of late. Production values, cinematography and script are miles better than many of his recent movies, the appearance of ex pussycat doll Mellisa doesn't harm things at all and having Dolph play the drums with D2 is a definite bonus. While the movie doesn't offer any genuine surprises to any action fan, it is competently handled and a step above most genre fodder.