This is a downright bad movie, the main focus is on the female cop with Dolph barely factoring into the movie at all. I would estimate he has maybe 10-12 minutes screen time in the movie. He's seen briefly in the beginning of the movie and then disappears for about 13 minutes where we get another scene. He appears very sporadically in the movie, and is definitely the best thing about the it.
The CGI is horrible, especially the CGI blood, the green screen composition is hysterical, most of the dialogue is painful. This entire production seems as if it was done by people who had the equipment but lacked the talent and skill to actually make a movie. The cinematography is competent but very uninspired, as if they just set up the camera to get the shot and didn't really care about style or composition.
The actors, with the exception of Dolph and the little girl who plays his daughter, are terrible. The acting is cringe worthy throughout except when focus is briefly on Dolph. Dolph is way too good for productions like this and he is underused and completely miscast, ideally he would have been the outsider who came to save the day, enabling him to put his full charm on display. However then we would have missed the heartwarming scenes with him and his daughter, Dolph has very good chemistry with her. It's a shame they kept them part till the very end.
I recommend this movie for the one badass scene that Dolph has when he's threatened by a couple of thugs in his cabin. That scene is awesome enough that you wish the entire movie would have just focused on him bringing down James Chalke's criminal empire and punching a shark. I never thought I would have to describe a scene in which "Dolph Lundgren punches a shark". You would think that a movie with a description like that would be awesome, but noooooo, instead we get a lousy terrible movie.
Though this movie was only 93 minutes, it felt like an eternity.