12 Rounds 3: Lockdown

Synopsis: Lockdown Follows a police officer who returns to duty after recovering from a gun shot wound to discover incriminating evidence of illegal activities against those closest to him. He quickly finds himself trapped inside his own precinct, hunted and in search of the truth, as the crooked cops stop at nothing to recover the evidence.
Director(s): Stephen Reynolds
Production: Lionsgate Films
90 min

take place under 12 feet.

I am sure you will manage to hit

the target at that distance.

I will bear that in mind.

Jesus, John!

No wonder you can't hit anything.

What's wrong with the Sig?

- Forty caliber.

- Hmm.

- Takes 12 rounds, right?

- That's right.

A cop's choice in gun

says a lot about the cop.

Give it a try.

I am good.


You have no idea what you can do.

A .45 Kimber.

For the shooter who wants

every round to count.

As far from department issue

as you can get.

I heard it came in real handy

in the Freemont shooting last night.

You never did like the way I do things.

There's a right way and a wrong way.

Let's face it. You were never

necessarily afraid to break a few rules.

Whatever it takes.

Sorry to hear about the rookie.

Nice guy, from what I'd heard.


Yeah, he was.

At least it was quick. Head shot, right?

Good to hear they cleared you.



Kick ass on your first day back.

What is that?

About 20 bucks from Best Buy.

It's a flash drive disguised

as a credit card. Hmm.

Bag it and tag it.

Might be something on it.

We need to get it to the precinct

and logged into evidence.


Anyone for coffee?


- Hey.

- Hey.

What you got there?

Oh, just came up from county morgue

from Burke's bust.

Easy to miss, I guess.

Looks like a real credit card, right?

Flash drive?


Anyway, I got to get it in to evidence.

See you.

- I am just signing this in.

- Well...

There you go.


Did you contact Detective Burke on this?

No. He's out.


Well, you might want to give him a heads up.

- Okay.

- Okay.


Let's face it. You were never

necessarily afraid to break a few rules.

Whatever it takes.



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