Dragon Eyes, 2012.
Directed by John Hyams.
In New Orleans, a mysterious man looks to unite warring gangs against the lawmen who have been using them to advance their corrupt agenda.
John Hyams, son of Peter (Timecop), announced himself to the action world in 2009 with Universal Soldier: Regeneration. It was a film that cinema (or in this case, home video) didn’t particularly need or ask for. The cult hit original which it followed had already spawned one awful sequel, and two (unofficial) TV movie sequels. A third coming 10 years after the last seemed a pointless exercise. However what was delivered surprised many action aficionados. John Hyams unleashed a film that entertained and kicked ass. It may not have been brilliantly scripted but in terms of action, it bested a lot that the multiplexes were offering, including a standout car chase »
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