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'Seeking Justice' [Two Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo]
(Guy Pearce, Harold Perrineau, Nicolas Cage, January Jones, et al / DVD+Blu Ray / R / 2012 / Anchor Bay Entertainment)

Overview: 'Seeking Justice' is an action-packed thriller that stars Nicolas Cage as Will Gerard, a happily married family man whose quiet life is turned upside-down when his wife, Laura (January Jones), is brutally attacked one night while leaving work.

DVD Verdict: With 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' already out, Nicolas Cage's latest movie is yet another full-on, adrenaline pumping action film, but this time carries with it a storyline that could actually make sense to those put in Cage's character's horrible situation. I'm not saying that when your wife is raped and beaten and in hospital and whilst in the waiting room a man utters the words, "I represent an organization that deals with people like the man who raped your wife and we would very much like to take care of him for you" that you should away and let him do some/your 'dirty work,' but the thought would definitely cross the mind, for sure!

'Seeking Justice' does, of course, feature Cage in an above-average over the top role re: a few scenes, but overall his feet are more grounded than in most films. Indeed, it's actually a very entertaining movie that I really worked. Sure it's a vigilante type movie, much like the infamous 'Death Wish' flicks, but here there is definitely an underlying good guy vibe to it.

Some great stunts, wonderful production values, 'Seeking Justice' Cage asks you to suspend your disbelief for some downright ridiculousness and illogical nonsense, but it's all for a good theatrical cause. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:

Behind-the-Scenes: The Making of 'Seeking Justice'