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
 
IMDB:
5.3
R
Year:
2015
90 min
34 Views

(TV COMMENTATOR SPEAKING)

(CLICKS)

(LOCK CLICKING)

(EXHALES)

Nice place you got here.

Burke?

Relax.

I am going to level with you.

Hell of a day I have had.

Thirsty work.

Yeah, drinks, of course.

Oh, no. No. Just water.

On duty.

You know, looking around this place,

it seems like you have been holding out on me.

(BOTH CHUCKLE)

My bad.

Why are you here, Burke?

(LAUGHS)

Now, see that...

Straight to the point.

Cut through all the crap.

This man is smart enough to know

that this is not a social visit.

This is business.

We have an arrangement, Burke.

That's proved beneficial to us both.

Yes. We did have an arrangement.

I am afraid I am not following.

You know, for a smart guy, George,

you're pretty stupid.

Do you know what this means?

It means I make my own rules.

Now I want you to think about that

when I ask you my next question.

Where are the files?

Files?

What are you talking about?

Ask yourself...

How useful are those files going

to be if you're dead?

And answer the question.

I don't know anything about any files.

- (GUNSHOT)

- Ah!

(GROANS)

Still foggy?

Whoa! Wait, wait, wait! Wait.

The laptop.

In the safe.

Where?

In the study,

"6-21-44."

(BEEPING)

I wasn't going to do anything with it.

(GEORGE BREATHING HEAVILY)

(SIZZLING)

BURKE:
And the back-ups?

There are none.

Search the place.

Your gun.

Where is it?

The top drawer. Next to the stove.

(GRUNTS)

(BREATHING HEAVILY)

You just shot at a police officer.

No.

No, no, no.

REPORTER 1:
Well, it's going to be another

hot one out there, folks, with a high of 92.

Whoo. Get you sunscreen on.

REPORTER 2:
Thanks, Diane.

In local news, a drug bust last night

carried out by Detective Tyler Burke

claimed the life of George Freemont,

a man with alleged links to organized crime.

This was the conclusion to an ongoing

investigation headed up by Detective Burke

that was part of a major crackdown

on the distribution of illegal narcotics

in the area.

In a press conference, Police Chief Keppler

praised his department for their swift action.

(HIP HOP MUSIC PLAYING)

(ENGINE REVVING)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER)

(SIREN WAILS)

(ELEVATOR DINGS)

(BEEPS)

Hey, Shaw. Hold up.

Just the person I wanted to see.

What'd I miss?

A pile of paperwork. This big.

Of course. Now I am regretting

Dr. Gardener ending my sessions.

(CHUCKLES)

Well, it's good having you back.

Yeah?

Pity no one else feels the same.

Nobody is blaming you for what happened.

Look. I don't want you to feel

like you're rushing back.

You're a good cop, but you took a bullet.

You need more time, you take it.

There's rushing back,

and there's standing still.

I have done that for too long.

If you need anything,

my office, third floor.

It's practically where I live these days.

(CHATTERING)

Yeah.

Yeah.

TAYLOR:
Hey.

I think this belongs to you.

Thanks.

Officer Jenny Taylor,

just out of the academy.

Shaw.

Yeah,

you used to be Burke's partner, right?

Yeah, a long time ago.

Back before he got a cop killed, that is.

How was your vacation anyway?

The psychiatrist's couch

gets a little uncomfortable.

Yeah. I bet.

Well, maybe try not to get

anyone killed this time.

(APPLAUSE)

(LAUGHING)

(OFFICERS CHEERING)

All right. All right. All right.

Calm down. Calm down.

I just did what any of you

would have done.

Well, almost any of you.

I am just glad scum like George Freemont

is off the streets.

Makes the city safer for all of us.

(SCATTERED CHEERS)

OFFICER OVER SPEAKER:

Unload your firearms.

(ECHOING GUNSHOTS)

(BEEPING)

(BEEPS)

Statistically, most shootings

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