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Escape Plan
Thriller, Action, Mystery
IMDB rating:
Mikael Håfström
Alec Rayme as Pilot
Christian Stokes as Babcock
Caitriona Balfe as Jessica Miller
David Joseph Martinez as Captain Newal Beradah
Sam Neill as Dr. Kyrie
James Caviezel as Hobbes
Matt Gerald as Roag
Faran Tahir as Javed
Amy Ryan as Abigail
50 Cent as Hush (as Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson)
Vinnie Jones as Drake
Vincent D'Onofrio as Lester Clark
Storyline: Ray Breslin is the world's foremost authority on structural security. After analyzing every high security prison and learning a vast array of survival skills so he can design escape-proof prisons, his skills are put to the test. He's framed and incarcerated in a master prison he designed himself. He needs to escape and find the person who put him behind bars.
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Very Good Action Flick
Yes, such tremendous old school starts like Stallone and Schawrzenegger can do anything a molten gold - even this rather usual and modest flick they turned into an exciting jailbreak action thriller thanks to their excellent ensemble and decent delivery. The plot is very trite and very banal to say the least, but it is very well executed and the tension is palpable. Jim Caviezel is also a great choice as a main baddie, as he is elegant, posh, smooth and rather languid, which makes him even more ominous. Sam Neil is a nice choice, but more screen time had to be given to this awesome actor and that'd make it better by far. Sadly, that was not happen. 50 Cent is generic but not so bad as some claimed, he does his job well. All in all, good film for one watch.
" Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron boats a Cage "
Two of the Biggest names in Hollywood are Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Having reached their prime in many memorable films, they have decided to collaborate on this project called " Escape Plan ". Drawing on the Miles Chapman story and directed by Mikael Hafsrom, the two men take part in a story which pits Ray Breslin, a renown escape artist against Warden Hobbs (Jim Caviezel), a professional security expert who has mastered Breslin's own book on how to prevent escapes. In addition once inside, Breslin befriends a financial wizard in a friendship with Mr. Rottmayer. To thwart any escape plan from his super maximum prison and to insure than no one is able to help him, Hobbs takes steps, like removing Breslins' implanted location device and changes the code name to have him released. The only link to any possible escape is Dr. Kyrie (Sam Neill) a good humanitarian. The movie is loaded with surprises, violent scenes and explosive action which permits all the major stars to deliver well acted scenes which in turn allows the audience to praise our favorite action characters. In conclusion, the film script is tops and so too is the cast. Recommended to all fans. ****
Legendary action heroes Schwarzenegger and Stallone star... and that's more than enough!
Escape Plan is an action thriller that stars Sylvester Stallone as Ray Breslin, a structural engineer whose job is to test the reliability of maximum security prisons by posing as an inmate from the inside. But when he is set up and incarcerated for real in a supposedly inescapable prison in the middle of nowhere, he must plot a way out using the help of fellow prisoner Emil Rottmayer (Arnold Schwarzenegger). And so the stage is set for the legendary duo to at first butt heads and then formulate a partnership against ridiculous odds.

Strictly for fans of classic old-school action stars Arnie and Stallone, you will know what you're in for, and won't be disappointed by the end. It's a nostalgic trip back to B-movie, 80's actioners of the past, complete with the invincible bullet shielded heroes, fisticuff drama and typical wisecracks to match; preposterously gleeful in equal measure that is sure to put smiles on die-hard fans of the genre. It's a smarter film than you'd think too, with a few surprises up its sleeve, though you won't be shocked to witness Schwarzenegger command a heavy machine gun to mow down waves of disposable, arcade-like enemies before the credits roll (as he's reliably done so many times in his action-dominated filmography).

Like I said, it will appeal to a specific group of film-goers who want a dose of an aging genre back in their lives, and that's more than enough to warrant a recommendation. With a solid supporting cast including Sam Neill, Vincent D'Onofrio and Jim Caviezel to sit in the shadow of our heroes as they hatch a clever way out, Escape Plan lives up to the promise of its title while hearkening back to times gone by. And it's hard to resist the on-screen team-up of Stallone and Schwarzenegger and the great chemistry it inevitably entails. And who doesn't want to see Terminator and Rambo in the same movie?!

Tough and rough - with some credibility shortcomings
Movies related to prisons, including escapes and riots, have been quite popular in recent decades, thus, some new angle or twist is needed to make a new one distinct from others; clichés are used anyway as (U.S.) prisons have similar conception, security and precautions. Escape Plan does have several unexpected turns, and the use of older (Stallone, Schwarzenegger, D'Onofrio, O'Neill) and middle-aged character actors (Caviezel, Jones) provides this largely male and oppressive movie additional quaintness. The plot is not even, however, and there are some questionable issues, such as why eavesdropping of prisoners was not used with this sophisticated technology? Tensions are still always up, but pre-ending scenes contain typical Stallone-Schwarzenegger chases and shootings - usually entertaining, but a bit out of context for the movie in question. Nevertheless, it is a solid movie, and admirers of the two "tycoons" will probably not feel disappointed; in many ways, they are much more interesting and convincing than their much younger counterparts.
two of the best
i knew if it had both arnold schwarzenegger and sylvester stallone in it ,it had to be good,and it did not disappoint.this is a very interesting action film that will make sure your interested throughout. awesome plot and great actors kept this movie going at a great pace. really good film that i would recommend to anyone.
Prison Broken
A "Plan B" was talked about in the movie, but the producers failed to come up with one when Escape Plan was released.

Like the Grindhouse revival, Stallone has been trying to revive the 1980/1990s Action Heroes and with some success. Unfortunately here and while not a complete dud, he failed. Heck, had this been released in 1990, we would've said "eh," and now I look more forward to the Terminator sequel!

Master escape planist Ray has hacked his way out of the most secured prisons around, but he met his match during his latest "outing." Without the aid from the outside and with the friendship with said Terminator, he might be able get out of this fine mess.

Most of the films Stallone wants to bring back to the next gen have similar and thin plots, but the comedy and homage make them special. Sadly, no humor is found here, nor much homage. Just a bunch of set up, more talking and the less admirable clichés are overly used.

Also, the movie "stars" 50 cent, which I wouldn't have recognized had I not recently saw him in Last Vegas. Mercifully for that movie, he was in it for about 50 seconds (or less.) In Escape Plan, he much more screen time and not only are those frames worth less than 2 quarters, but I sincerely hope I don't see him in any more movies.

The rest of the secondary cast, Amy Ryan, Faran Tahir, Sam Neill and definitely Jim Caviezel were all so plain, lifeless and cardboard and without the fun irony/homage to the clichéd movies of decades past. None of them had fun here, nor did we.

While not a waste, it wasn't worth the almost two hour running time just to get the two titans (Stallone/Schwarzenegger) together. It did have its moments, but not enough to avoid all together and just wait patiently for Expendables 3.

* * * Final thoughts: 50 Cent…shut that mouth. I know you're in shock you're allowed to be in so many movies, but act like an actor, close your trap and take some classes before your next attempt.
A fun old school action/thriller
Whilst we action aficionados and children of the 80's have had a taste of Sly and Arnie together in the first two Expendables outings it wasn't until the announcement of Escape Plan (previously known as The Tomb, which is a much cooler title) that we could start salivating proper at the thought of the elder statesman joining forces for everyone's favourite type of break in the form of a prison escape. With 1408's Mikael Hafstrom attached as director it surely meant a good popcorn munching time at the movies right? To answer that now you can only answer yes and also sadly at times no.

Escape Plan is a movie that would have benefited from a more streamlined plot, at the centre of the story we have all the elements for a ripping yarn yet the film throws in far too many side plots for a story that didn't need them. Escape Plan works best when the pure adrenaline rush of the excitement of an escape or even the planning of escape is allowed to play out in old school entertaining fashion. The basic idea of a high tech futuristic prison is also an element that whilst extremely cool isn't really allowed to flourish within the movie, you get the sense there is a whole world within the confinements that are just waiting to be explored. All this while meaning something isn't the crux of the film for what you pay money to see is Arnie and Sly teaming up and on this front the film delivers.

Sylvester Stallone has for a long while now been muttering his way through mediocre movies with not much charm and Escape Plan doesn't do much to change this The Governator however shows us all that he still hasn't lost an ounce of his charm after sitting in office for all those years. Looking fit and with a whip smart attitude still at the forefront once Arnie makes his way on screen about 30 minutes in the film really gets going and suffers when the focus goes back to Sly. Other actors in the piece from Amy Ryan through to Sam Neill all suffer with underwritten roles while Jim Caviezel hams it up more than a bacon convention therefore not adding anything memorable to proceedings.

With enough scenes of interplay between Sly and Arnie and with a core story that possess the B grade goodness we at times desire Escape Plan is a good entertaining piece of filmmaking and a throwback to the 80's that is easy on the mind and easy to enjoy. You get the sense that the movie could have been a whole lot more had its story remained less complicated and slightly less predictable but you get to see Arnie dismount and shoot an LMG machine gun so who really cares about such things?

3 makeshift sextants out of 5

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past its sell by date
The Escape Plan is a throwback to a bygone era, and it feels like one. The movie industry has thankfully moved on from the lazy dumb action movies that were so prevalent thirty years ago. That is not to say that the current crop of action flicks are works of art,they are not, but they are products of their time. Escape Plan feels as if it is a product of the Eighties, and it is difficult to find the appeal of such a past its sell by date product.

Sylvester Stallone is apparently reluctant to face his old age. He tries to act as though he is a young man, but there is no amount of cosmetics and hairpieces that will disguise the fact that he is too old for roles like this.

Arnie comes across slightly better. Like his role in The Last Stand, his character feels age appropriate and he is having fun in his over the top portrayal.

Pacing is a problem. There is a long tedious section in the middle which seems to go on forever. The end brightens up with an okayish action sequence, but the effect is spoiled by some silly moments and an incredibly lame one-liner.

Wait for the DVD.
Solid, Simple and Entertaining Action
This is a simple plot movie that symbolizes everything about Silvestre and Schwarzenegger glory days. There is no thick plot or real complexities, it's a simple bad guys Vs good guys action flick. However, the movie does not disappoint, its very entertaining and full of action and hard core scenes. The acting is as expected, nothing Oscar worthy but good enough from action legends like them. The idea is simple and is easily understood. The one difference in this movie is that the chemistry between Schwarzenegger and Stallone is excellent and they deliver some humor also. The only downside that I can think about is the fact that this movie is really meant for both the stars fans and not people who are looking for real ideas or excellent cinematography. Bottom line go enjoy the movie and don't forget your popcorn.
Parody - Entertaining but ultimately a load of Pants
Hmmm. You know the plot already. Plus points : easy to watch, easy to follow, action packed, the violence and a few naughty words aside this is relatively accessible to all, Stallone & Arnie playing off each other, entertaining. Negative points : plot holes you could drive a truck through (a shortage of black armour faced guards is suddenly replaced with a veritable mob of them suddenly appearing to literally throw themselves on Arnies guns), questionable acting (when Vinnie Jones notices something on the monitors is he querying what he is seeing or is he having a hard time on the toilet), terrible dialogue, predictable ending. Basically this is 'The Expendables' in a glass box. Probably a lot of fun to make, OK to watch, but ultimately instantly forgettable.
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