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12 Rounds 2: Reloaded Reviews

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½ January 26, 2017
Nick Malloy (Randy Orton) es un paramédico que tiene la mala suerte de salvar a un par de hombres de un accidente. En ese accidente, la mujer de uno de ellos muere. El otro hombre es responsable por ebriedad del accidente. Un año más tarde, producto de la locura de perder a su esposa, el hombre decide vengarse con un enfermo juego de doce rounds de todos los involucrados en ese accidente, por no haber podido salvar a su esposa, lo que pondrá a Nick en una posición muy difìcil pues tendrà que cumplir diferentes tareas para salvarse y salvar las vidas de las personas afectadas
January 18, 2017
I remember hating the original but this really can't be any better... So 1 star.
Super Reviewer
July 28, 2016
Randy Orton playing an EMT immediately sounds silly buy thankfully it wasn't bad, Ok yh the acting was pretty bad but the story was great and told well but the twists were very predictable and the action wasn't great, And it's amazing how a EMT is somehow able to beat up cops and shoot a gun very well and hotwire cars, But having said all that it's still pretty entertaining, Not as clever as the first but just as watchable.
½ June 8, 2016
Too straight forward plot, understand it is WWE production.
May 18, 2016
Randy Orton kicks butt in this film. He's also a good EMT!
May 9, 2016
Lamer version of the original. Plus orton is a little bland!
May 8, 2016
Grade: A. Very well done plot twists. Love how everything ties in together at the end.
February 10, 2015
Very good... Better then part 1
October 13, 2014
excellent great job randy orton
½ September 19, 2014
Not as good as the first 12 rounds. Should have call a different title or had stay with same idea as the first.
August 29, 2014
wow I'm really surprised its actually a fun intense mystery laced action movie granted its no lethal weapon or die hard or predator or dirty harry but its a cool Friday night fun action movie randy Orton delivers a surprisingly badass performance the plot centers around a man who's wife is killed in a drunk driving crash randy Orton a paramedic tries to revive all involved but fails to save the woman the husband of the woman hatches a elobrate plan to murder all involved and all involved in the lenient sentence for the drunk driver a year later randy orton is put to the test with a game of 12 rounds in order to save his wife and what makes the movie work is all the tie ins and sub plots that thus tie into the main plot and of course randy orton himself does a fantastic job a recommended movie if your into edgy action thriller mystery movies starring wwe stars lol
July 10, 2014
Awesome movie. Awesome acting by Randy Orton
½ July 1, 2014
If you love action and suspense movies, you must watch this !
½ June 30, 2014
Horrid, horrid sequel!
May 27, 2014
I don't even know why this movie exists.
Super Reviewer
½ May 6, 2014
WWE Films continue to surprise, giving us a string of terrific action thrillers from an unlikely source. Their latest straight to video release is a sequel to 2009s, 12 Rounds. While Randy Orton wasn't nearly as good as John Cena was in the first film, he gives a more than adequate performance as Nick Molloy, a paramedic who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. After failing to save a rich mans wife at the scene of a drunk driving accident, the man decides to punish all those involved, including the paramedic who failed to save her. The story here is pretty solid, especially for an action film, but what bothers me is that this sequel was in no way connected to the first film. Reloaded is a different story in a different city, with an entirely different cast, so how did the bad guy manage to come up with the same game, from four years earlier? As for that game, the rounds weren't as long or as complicated, but what really makes this better than your average action movie is the compelling back story and the depth of the characters involved. Randy Orton, while having very limited film experience was pretty good and that will come as a surprise to many. It's hard to think of WWE Superstars as actors, but that is exactly what they are. Aside from wrestling in their underwear every week, they have to play a charterer and follow a script 52 weeks a year, so is this really such a stretch? For the most part the WWE Superstars have made for some pretty exciting action stars. The supporting cast of this film was also very good, in particular Tom Stevens, formerly of the Diary of A Wimpy Kid series. Stevens plays Tommy, another person caught up in this madman's game, and he is not only thrilling and charismatic, but he's pretty funny too. 12 Rounds 2 won't win any awards, but it is 90 minutes of non-stop action, packaged in a compelling story, which I found to be extremely entertaining.
March 13, 2014
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

(2013) 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded

This sequel has nothing to do with the first movie except that both star WWE wrestlers, pointing out that you can watch this one without seeing the other. It stars Randy Orton as Nick Malloy who's an ambulance paramedic, and then coincidently, a car accident happens right on front of him and his wife while going out for a walk along a bridge. After attempting to all three of them all at the same time, one does not make it. The movie then jump to a few years later, which while on duty and assuming that someone needed an ambulance, Nick soon finds out that it was only a goose chase with the ambulance truck he was on was completely rigged with explosives. He then stumbles onto a phone from an unknown caller, ordering him to perform a specific amount of tasks- it's more like 12 tasks, get it "12 Rounds" hence the title, otherwise he'll kill his wife. Now, at this point viewers suspect that it has something to do with the beginning involving the car accident, but don't quite know what, as the movie slowly reveals a little bit more about that as the movie is progressing.

The low budget equivalent of (2007) 'Live Free Or Die Hard', and other movies with villains asking our heroes to perform specific tasks, with at the same time, making the police law enforcement, of course, incompetent. This plot device is like a dime-a-dozen, which may have worked had I not seen the others.

2 out of 4 stars
March 5, 2014
Avec un méchant avec un beau motif de M-A-R-D-E !
February 9, 2014
Not bad. Cheesy acting tho. Specially from randy Orton
February 6, 2014
This movie was a mess. The plot was ridiculous and the whole movie made no sense and was all over the place. The cops were so stupid.
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