The Marine 3: Homefront review

Another wrestler goes on the rampage in the latest instalment in this low-rent action series

Michael 'The Miz' Mizanin follows fellow grapplers John Cena and Ted DiBiase Jr. in this third instalment of the undemanding DTV franchise – although taken on its own terms, The Marine 3 isn't a bad little action film and while he's no Dwayne Johnson, 'The Miz' manages to give a good performance even when not hitting people. The film's AVC 1.78:1 108p encode is pretty solid, although artefacts do creep into a couple of the action scenes. Curiously, given all of the violence, the film's DTS-HD MA 5.1 mix feels oddly constrained.

The Marine 3: Homefront, 20th Century Fox, Region A/B BD, £20 Approx