“The Escape Plan”

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FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE REVIEW: This review is for last Friday, not this Friday. Sorry for the late post, but I have been kind of busy as of late. Anyway the movie I watched last Friday is called “The Escape Plan” which stars Sylvester Stallone (Rocky, The Expendables), Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator, Predator), Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ, Person of Interest), Faran Tahir (Iron Man, Star Trek (2009)), Amy Ryan (Gone Baby Gone, Win Win), Sam Neil (Jurassic Park, The Hunt for Red October), and Vincent D’Onofrio (Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Full Metal Jacket). This movie is about a man named Ray Breslin (Stallone), who’s job is to get locked up in secured prisons and to break out. When he breaks out, he gives a list of all the things that the prison has to do to keep its prisoners inside securely. All is smooth sailing until these people kidnap him and take him to the most highly advanced, secured prison in the world. Their objective: To keep him locked away forever. Ray teams up with another inmate known as Rottmayer (Schwarzenegger) to get information of where they are located and to devise a plan to break out of this prison. Then after that it becomes a long, action-packed journey to find a way to get out. I thought the movie was okay as in average. The action scenes where cool and the story was okay.  At times I couldn’t understand a word Sylvester Stallone was saying because of the way he talks and the movie dragged in areas throughout the film. It was also bad at how you only had to ask Rottmayer twice to get him to do something for you (reminds me of an Austin Powers movie scene). Other than that, the movie was okay and if you want to watch it then fine (It’s not like I’m recommending it, but I’m not trying to steer you away from it either). FINAL SCORE: 74%= Juicy Popcorn

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  1. Pingback: Movie Monday – Escape Plan, Prisoners, The After | The Journey of Two·

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