Starting with the most illogical chase scene in film history, Renny Harlin’s 12 Rounds gets bigger, dumber and funner by the minute.
Irish arms dealer Miles Jackson (The Wire’s Aidan Gillen, somehow stumbling through his own native accent) taunts Louisiana cop Danny Fisher (WWE's John Cena) through a series of dangerous tasks in order to save his wife ... as long as Fisher doesn't accidentally destroy the entire city first.
Hailed by bad-movie podcast The Flop House as “Dumb as a brick, stupid as a bag of hammers and a movie we kind of like,” 12 Rounds is steeped in important life lessons, like how to repeatedly insult a global terrorist with petty name-calling and how to stop a moving car using a speedboat. Will this meat-headed Sherlock Holmes solve the mystery of the missing plumber? Or will the city of New Orleans suffer its worst movie in recent history?
Bad Movie Night includes a trivia round, prizes and a presentation by I Love Bad Movies (www.ilovebadmovies.com), and running commentary by The Flop House (www.flophousepodcast.com).
Director: Renny Harlin. 108 min. 2009. DVD.
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