After returning home from a traumatic tour of duty in Iraq, John finds himself struggling with PTSD. What little peace he had managed to build around him is shattered one fateful day when he rescues a local call girl from a group of violent Aryan Brotherhood pimps. Having killed several of the high-ranking brotherhood during the rescue, John and his family are now the prime targets of Hollis, the ruthless criminal leader of the group.
Cung Le played the main character in this flick, an Asian American war veteran with some above-average martial arts talent (shown mostly in how he easily defeats hordes of foes). He's not the best actor, but he's good enough to get me as a viewer somewhat immersed in the plot. The narration is the only real flaw that I see - he over-pronounces and seems to lack empathy at key moments. And law enforcement having a laugh at criminals... that's some strangely savage justice.
The action's solid though. The plot may be cliche and not all emotions come across, but it was surprisingly good for a B-movie. And it's another movie with Dolph Lundgren and Vinny Jones! They're on a roll.
rated 3/5: not bad