Summary: This movie was like con air but in space. Lockout. okay this is going to be a short review just because that they is nothing much to talk about.the visual effect's are awful in some place and the jokes are a little bit wooden.
Excerpt: A prison cell in outer space recently broke and a man named Snow, wrongly accused of espionage who is about to be sent in there, is expected to save the President's daughter from a huge number of outraging inmates.
Excerpt: A prisoner, Snow (played by Guy Pearce) risks his life and limb to save the president’s daughter Emilie (Taken’s Maggie Grace), from MS: One, a maximum security prison filled with rapists, murderers, and other nasty people! Why???
Summary: Quite solid action sf movie - if you do not overthink it. Please don't. Same as Besson's another film, The Fifth Element, the story is intriguing, but if you try to dissect it, you will inevitably disappoint yourself.
Conclusion: At the moment to myself there are a lot of films, that just fall from the mark of being a good film. To myself I still see Guy Pearce in neighbours, and his american accent, particually for this film seems a bit dodgy.
Conclusion: earth of future prisoners are frozen and are incarcerated on a floating space prison. guy pearce a betrayed cia operative is on his way to the freezer when the presidents daughter is kidnapped while on a visit to the prison, all the convicts are thawed out and taking hostages, guy pearce is the only...
Conclusion: Well what can I say. The special effects at the beginning made me cry in despair, is this the sign of things to come? But don't worry it does get better. Guy Pearce puts in an almost comedic role as the CIA agent (to great affect) with some funny one liners.