Very best movie i ever watch
To me, this movie is perfection.
Good concept, poorly executed.
Great movie. Not sure what people expected but I found it highly entertaining.
Americans are most tastelest people in the world. the is good
Ray Breslin (Stallone) is an expert at escaping from prison. He accepts a job at a high tech prison which is off the grid, i.e. doesn't officially exist. However, Ray is double crossed and is now in a situation where he must escape to survive. The film includes fellow inmate Arnold Schwarzenegger and Vinnie Jones as a sadistic guard. This is not a simple grunt escape film, but develops levels of complexity with twists.The film is an action drama with some thrills. By modern action standards it moves slow so it can develop the story. There is a rivalry banter mixed into the dialog between Arnold and Stallone for those who pay attention.Worth a view for old Arnie and Sly fans. Don't pay too much. Should be a bargain film soon after it goes to DVD.Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity.
Prison Break had potential. A much awaited team-up between some accomplished action stars, shiny set pieces and an intriguing premise. The execution is sloppy, but still entertaining on occasion. Its premise is never fully explored and mostly glossed over and the plot is utterly predictable. Most of the action won't really make jaws drop, but Schwarzenegger and Stallone give dedicated performances. You won't remember most of it, but you'll definitely enjoy it.
Although action film aficionados have waited decades to see Schwarzenegger/Stallone team-up, and when it finally arrived (at least 20 years past both of the action giants' prime) it was rather dull. The age of both stars is not the reason at all, why the film falls flat, rather the fault lies in generic and trivial script and unimaginative direction by Mikael Håfström. Both stars were nearly 70 when they shot the film, but their charisma and ability to raise some hell is 100% there. It is unfortunate that after all these years waiting to see these two pair up, and we get served half baked product. Besides seeing Sly and Arnold share screen together 'Escape Plan' has very few to offer - there are some B-movie worthy thrills, quite well disguised plot twists (considering the whole quality of the script), not enough memorable one-liners or witty exchanges between the two greats. The material definitely should have been better for these two charismatic action idols. And supporting cast, though not bad, is exactly what you expect when you see these actors in this kind of movies - Jim Caviezel as sinister, intelligent villain, Sam Niell as smart and sympathetic character, Vinnie Jones as raging sadistic lunatic, Amy Ryan as some woman, and finally 50 Cent as can't act.Conclusively I can say that 'Escape Plan' hits the taste buds of '80s action fans like a vegetarian. Alright to watch it once so you can say you have seen it, but not very memorable.