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|PUNISHER: WAR ZONE, the third screen appearance from Marvel Comics' angel of death, continues the saga of Frank Castle, normal New York City citizen turned Mafia-slaying vigilante following the murder of his wife and daughter. Upping the violence level to the intensity of a horror film, this outing requires no prior knowledge of the character's screen antics and features an appealingly stoic performance from Ray Stevenson, who cuts an imposing physical presence, and is a more-than-worthy successor to previous Punishers Dolph Lundgren (1990) and Thomas Jane (2004). Six years after the death of his family, Frank Castle is still waging war against organized crime in New York. After he ambushes a party for an aging mob boss and turns it into a bloodbath, the battle moves to a recycling warehouse where Castle pushes gangster Billy Russoti (Dominic West) into a swirling vat of broken glass. During his escape, Castle accidentally shoots one of the FBI men who have arrived on the scene. Russoti undergoes plastic surgery, but after seeing his badly disfigured face for the first time, he shoots his surgeon and dubs himself "Jigsaw." While a deeply regretful Castle attempts to make amends with the widow (Julie Benz) of the agent he has slain, Jigsaw rallies an army of criminals in an attempt to take down the seemingly indestructible Punisher. Though there are plenty of tongue-in-cheek moments to lighten its impact, the graphic bloodshed in PUNISHER: WARZONE is often startling and is sure to satisfy the bloodlust of any fan of violent action cinema. Directed by former karate and kickboxing champion Lexi Alexander (GREEN STREET HOOLIGANS), the film is frenetically paced and retains a true comic book feel, mostly due to a colorful lighting scheme and a particularly hammy performance by West, who seems to be having a blast.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||71968307|
|Product Key Features|
|Rating||R, R (MPAA)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Ray Stevenson, Dominic West|
|Display Format||Blu-ray; Canadian; Widescreen; 2-Disc Special Edition|
|Number of Discs||2|
|Edition||Blu-ray; Canadian; Widescreen; 2-Disc Special Edition|
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The Punisher sure punishes
WARNING!!! If you do not like blood, guts, decapitations, mob violence, vulgar scenes of killing and death then this movie is not for you. I started this movie not knowing it was a marvel comic story. I had no idea that there were two other punisher films. ( I found this out later) But you do not need to know the background of the punisher series to enjoy this movie. The opening scene got my attention right away. It was awesome! Frank Castle is the main character in this film; he is “The Punisher”. Earlier in his life his family witnessed a mob massacre, so the mob killed Frank’s entire family. The biggest mistake was leaving him alive. Now he punishes the corrupt killing everyone with no mercy. Then he comes to find his most deadly foes yet, Billy Russoti aka “Jigsaw” and his brother James Russoti aka “Looney Bin Jim”. The brothers also recruit every corrupt person in the city to hunt and kill the Punisher. This movie was great I loved it. It was non stop action with a dark side. Ray Stevensons (Punisher) did an excellent job portraying this character. He was smooth, ambitious and was an all around dark character. Throughout the film he showed little to no emotion and no remorse for what he does. He is not just punishing the corrupt but killing them violently. He did such a great job. Dominic West (Jigsaw) did a good job as well. Although, he did not sell me on the fact that he was a mob boss. He was edgy and freaky looking. Doug Hutchison (Looney Bin Jim) was my favorite character of the evil. He did an excellent job at portraying a crazy person. He would simply go crazy if he wasn’t killing someone. He was always ready to go and very impatient when it came to the task taking ones life. Anyway I liked this movie it was entertaining. Not much for a story line but it’s great to see a movie with a bunch of hardcore characters. The action is non stop so is the violence! Also if your are into heavy metal/grunge music the soundtrack is awesome 7.5/10* Thank you