Punisher: War Zone (2008)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Frank Castle known as Punisher ruthlessly demolishes organized crime, but it starts an even bigger war.


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19 March 2009 | gogul1
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| dark and much more honest to the comic
Ah the joys of a multi region DVD player. Clearly the team involved in this movie knew how fans saw the last Punisher movie. This plans to show a slightly more close to the source realisation of Frank Castle's story. The violence has been criticised as being over the top but that's not always the case. If you've ever seen somebody get shot in the head with a high powered rifle you'd know how much of a mess it makes. This doesn't try to portray that castle is an entirely good man who has to be swift and smooth when dealing with his enemies, just brutal and as extreme as they are. I'd agree with somebody that said on here that Jigsaw seems a little over the top but I suspect that he was just as over the top in the comic book too. This is a movie that was made cheaply but does look a lot more expensive in parts so hats off to the director and crew again. If you are a fan of the comic books then I think you have already seen this so this will prove fruitless but I decided to say my piece. Watch if you're not a fan just don't compare it to the 2004 movie, it wouldn't be fair to both films.

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