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Escape Plan (2013)


Genre
:
Action | Thriller
Rating
:
6.7 / 10
Release Date
:
09 October 2013
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 55 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Deutsch, العربية, اردو
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
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.

Cast Overview :

Ray Breslin
by: Sylvester Stallone
Emil Rottmayer
by: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Willard Hobbes
by: Jim Caviezel
Drake
by: Vinnie Jones
Lester Clark
by: Vincent D'Onofrio
Dr. Kyrie
by: Sam Neill
Abigail Ross
by: Amy Ryan
Hush
by: 50 Cent
Roag
by: Matt Gerald
Javed
by: Faran Tahir
Jessica Miller
by: Caitriona Balfe
Captain Baradah
by: David Joseph Martinez
Pilot
by: Alec Rayme
Babcock
by: Christian Stokes
Second Lieutenant
by: David Leitch
Receptionist
by: Lydia Hull
Skinhead Prisoner
by: Brian Oerly
Prisoner Beaten By Breslin
by: Jeff Chase
Prisoner Beaten By Breslin
by: Michael Papajohn
Voice (voice)
by: Christopher Matthew Cook
Console Guard #1
by: Jaylen Moore
Sleek Moroccan
by: Jay Amor
Inmate / Moroccan Cop
by: John L. Armijo
Prison Guard
by: Joseph Aviel
State Trooper
by: Tim Bell
Gabriel
by: Steven Krueger
Babylon Guard
by: James Rawlings
Brims
by: Graham Beckel
Console Guard #2
by: Stephen Livaudais
Front Gate Guard
by: Rodney Feaster
Screaming Prisoner
by: Eric R Salas
Rottmayer Stand-In
by: Dieter Rauter
Weightlifter Prisoner
by: Rex Baker
Prisoner
by: Joseph Blackstone
Babylon Prisoner
by: Johnnie Brannon
Tourist
by: Stephen Warren

Member Reviews :

This movie is a must see!! Stallone and Schwarzenegger may be aging but they still have it!! Definitely will still in our video library!!
  debweb99
This is a movie that had more or less escaped under my radar until I saw it mentioned in one of my news feeds as a Blu-ray giveaway a couple of days ago. Given that it had both Stallone and Schwarzenegger in it, it was really a must buy for me. The escape from prison plot theme is not exactly a new idea but must be considered a rather classical one. A lot of great books and movies have, if not been centered around that theme so at least had it as a major plot element. I would say that it is rather difficult to make a new movie on this theme these days without it feeling a bit stale. During my movie evening yesterday I was happy to find that this one succeeds quite well in not feeling stale. It also succeeds very well in pairing together Stallone and Schwarzenegger without making it deteriorate into some action hero parody. The basic plot is in one sense the classical hero gets framed, thrown into jail and has to escape. In another sense it is slightly unconventional in that our hero is not only an escape artist, or rather an escape specialist, but a legal one at that. Both Stallone and Schwarzenegger are doing a good job of their roles. We all know that these two actors are not exactly Shakespeare-material and is not really competing for any acting Oscars but they do deliver solid performance as male, though-guy, heroes. The bad guy at the prison is not too bad, in terms of performance, either. The one person I felt was a bit meh was the guy who set Breslin up. I also think they could have made more of a show in nailing that bastard in the end. Not that he did not get what he deserved but I missed a “I’m back” moment with a confrontation between Breslin and him. On the whole a quite enjoyable movie even though the prison break theme is not one of my favorite ones. Oh, and as usual Rotten Tomatoes “official” rating is pure nonsense. Due to their idiotic rating mechanism they flag it as rotten which it most certainly is not.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson