Beyond Justice DVD|
A young criminal defense attorney is handed a cut and dried homicide case. However things turn out to be a lot more complicated and he is thrown into a world of human trafficking and violent gangs.from£2.76 | RRP:
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play A young criminal defense attorney is handed a cut & dried homicide case However things turn out to be a lot more complicated & he is thrown into a world of human trafficking & violent gangs
Timothy Woodward Jr. directs and stars in this action thriller alongside Danny Trejo and Vinnie Jones. When young criminal defence lawyer Jaxon Stone (Woodward Jr.) is persuaded to take on the case of accused murderer Juan Torres (Jerry G. Angelo) by his sister Amanda (Erin Marie Hogan) he is bribed by the victim's father Vincent Delacruz (Jones) to make sure Juan walks free from court. But Jaxon soon uncovers Delacruz's sinister intentions when he exposes his true identity as a local crime boss running a worldwide human trafficking network. With his life at stake, Jaxon must decide the fate of his client when he goes up against prosecutor Lisa Thomas (Mischa Barton) in the courtroom.
Average Rating for Beyond Justice - 3 out of 5
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Beyond JusticeMark Walters
Beyond Justice is a kind of blend of action/thriller meets courtroom drama. Vinnie Jones leads the cast as a no-holds-barred businessman who wants revenge for the murder of his son, and he'll stop at nothing to get his hands on the killer.
Jones is joined by a young lawyer (Timothy Woodward Junior), an enchanting Assistant DA (Mischa Barton) & a private investigator (Luke Goss) on his path to vengeance, with all roads leading to Danny Trejo's infamous thug, Tattoo.
Also known as Throwdown in some countries, Woodward Junior's film (he also directs) is pretty much your standard crime drama with some action sequences thrown in for good measure. No one is at their best here, but they're not at their worst either. The production values look fairly indie in some scenes, and then there'll be a big explosion in others, and you sort of get the feeling that the money maybe could have been better spent/budgeted to sacrifice the fire for a better overall feel. The cast is probably enough to interest many - Jones is entertaining in most things he's in, and Trejo's his usual tough-as-nails - but the story isn't really as good as it could have been, to be totally honest. It has potential that it doesn't quite get to.
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