Cast: Triple H, Kevin Corrigan, JosÚ Z˙˝iga, Kevin Rankin, Enrico Colantoni, Israel Broussard, Jake Austin Walker, Ashley Taylor, Cullen Chaffin, Darren O'Hare, Ariel Winter
Director: Stephen Herek
Summary: After serving time in the slammer for driving the getaway car in an attempted bank robbery, Ray Bradstone (professional wrestling star Paul Levesque -- better known as Triple H) is a reformed family man who wants to chaperone his daughter's class trip. But some bad guys (Kevin Corrigan and Kevin Rankin) from his past have other plans. Can Ray outwit these nitwits while keeping himself and his daughter (Ariel Winter) safe from harm?
My Thoughts: "There are only two reasons one would watch this film. 1. If you have kids (or like myself nieces and nephews) or 2. If your a fan of wrestling. I happened to watch it for reasons of number one. Wrestlers and acting.. Some can pull it off (The Rock) and some should just stick to wrestling. Not naming any names considering I haven't watched many wrestlers in films. Well, not knowingly. Paul 'Triple H' Levesque, wasn't bad in the film. I've seen him act before in a Blade film I believe. But the acting wasn't nothing special either. The kids loved it and I guess that is what will matter if those are your reasonings for seeing this film."