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Punisher: War Zone

Blu-Ray Review: Marvel Character Strikes Out Swinging With ‘Punisher: War Zone’

HollywoodChicago.com Blu-Ray Rating: 3.0/5.0
Blu-Ray Rating: 3.0/5.0

CHICAGO – It’s officially a strikeout for Marvel’s The Punisher, a character now featured in not one, not two, but three bad movies of his very own. Dolph Lundgren swung wildly and missed with his “The Punisher” and Thomas Jane nearly connected but went foul with his reboot of the franchise. Now, Ray Stevenson is the latest actor to fail to connect with this legendary character in “Punisher: War Zone,” now available on Blu-Ray.

Slideshow: 18-Image Gallery For ‘Punisher: War Zone’ With Ray Stevenson

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Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) in Punisher: War Zone. Photo credit: Lionsgate

CHICAGO – This 18-image slideshow contains official press images for “Punisher: War Zone,” which stars Ray Stevenson, Dominic West, Doug Hutchinson, and Julie Benz from director Lexi Alexander. The film opens on Dec. 5, 2008.

Superhero Film ‘Hancock’ With No Superhero Ancestry Proves Bold But Deadly Decision

CHICAGO – With superhero films as hot in 2008 as psychedelics were in the 1960s, the new blockbuster superhero film “Hancock” fits in with the label but without any of the ancestry.

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