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Guy Pearce does the best he can with what he’s given, but Lockout is ultimately too derivative and shallow to build on the many sci-fi thrillers it borrows from. This might be fine for background noise on the TV at home, when you don’t really have the time or inclination to pay attention to it. If you’ve seen Luc Besson’s Europacorp action flicks you know what to expect. Enjoy, and make up your mind before you let others do it for you. I love all of them and this was no exception. It’s not nearly as gory as it could have been and that’s not a complaint.

If you’ve seen Luc Besson’s Europacorp action flicks you know what to expect. Some might dub it “Taken in space,” especially considering it borrows that film’s starlet in Maggie Grace, but it’s much more akin to “Escape from New York in space. After a little bit of context at the beginning to properly motivate Snow, both he and us are effectively shot from a canon. The story only slows down a bit toward the end, but it mostly plays out as a series of dominoes. Both Rydell and the other main baddie, Alex Vincent Regan , have a cold-blooded edge that could have made for an effective R-rated ransom thriller reminiscent of late ’90s films like Air Force One, but the devil-may-care attitude of the entire movie ultimately clashes with these darker moments, even though they do make you take the movie more seriously than you would otherwise. And that’s exactly what ‘Lockout’ offers.

Maggie Grace is as good as ever as the damsel in distress and the supporting actors do a bang up job as well.

But as I always say, for people who can switch off and enjoy a bit of brainless fun, this is a must. The point of the film is that the characters are supposed to get through a veritable obstacle course filled with villains, to arrive at a rescue point, but in the film, you never have any real idea if they are getting any closer, or indeed, where they are in relation to their destination.

There’s lots of humour especially in the first scenes – it’s like Pearce is doing a Philip Marlowe impression and the action is non-stop. Both Rydell and the other main baddie, Alex Vincent Reganhave a cold-blooded edge that could have made for an effective R-rated ransom thriller reminiscent of late ’90s films like Air Force One, but the devil-may-care attitude of unrtaed entire movie ultimately clashes with these darker moments, even though they do make you take the movie more seriously than you would otherwise.

The film does not tell us much about the characters’ backstories, but somehow you envlish really care–this is a film about dueling stereotypes.

Snow is tasked with rescuing the president’s daughter Gracewho is stuck on a maximum security prison in space that has incurred a major security breach. Guy Pearce does the best he can with what he’s given, but Lockout is ultimately too derivative and shallow to build on the many sci-fi thrillers it borrows from. It’s fair to say Luc Besson has gotten a bit giddy ever since “Taken. His wisecracks and mindless violence keep your attention. Almost stealing the show from Pearce, but not quite, is Joseph Gilgun as the nutty Scot, sure to make you laugh once or twice, even if you’re hating the film.

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It’s hard to fault “Lockout” for aiming to please considering that that spirit seems to be the driving force behind the movie’s strengths as well as its weaknesses. The Professional” has instead taken to lighter action fare, in this case recruiting amateurs James Mather and Stephen St. He has a sense of humor best described as abundant though sometimes quite cleverand Pearce plays him especially wry; most actors think Nicolas Cage would’ve hammed it up too much or been unconvincing.

Good pace, strong acting Pearce is a given but Gulgun the real revelation – genuinely emotional stuff Anyone who slates this movie has lost their inner child or mid-teen watch it for what it is, not for what you think it reminds you of. The actual means of escape is so preposterous and scientifically impossible it’s not even worth thinking about.

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Overall, it was great fun. If you’re used to watching thrillers, you’ll guess a lot of the plot turns but overall I believe it deserves to be getting a lot better reviews.

The action doesn’t satisfy so much as the pace and the threat of violence now here’s a good example of how you do PG violencebut it’s well done aside from an opening motorcycle sequence shot on green screen and outfitted with an effects job that really shows the budget. I was a bit puzzled englush the inmates in America’s top-security prison all seemed to be from Glasgow and that it seemed to be co-starring George Galloway, but the performances are great.

Leger, James Mather Writer: In turn, “Lockout” is effective, but not too much more. A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U. Leger to help write and direct his “original idea. Joseph Gilgun as Rydell, one of two Scottish prisoners trying to run the uprising, is a particularly unratwd fellow reminiscent of a demented Groundskeeper Willie. Pearce is really cool and the psycho prisoner acts his socks off. Subtitlea this late Friday night with my girl after the Drake gig and had a good night overall.

The film also sets up various time limits–a race against the clock–but never gives you a real sense of a countdown.

I loved this fun thriller, especially Guy Pearce as a wise-cracking agent sent to rescue the President’s daughter from outer-space prison, where she’s been making a charity visit. Some might dub it “Taken in space,” especially considering it borrows that film’s starlet in Maggie Grace, but it’s much more akin to “Escape from New York in space.

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Let the haters hate and the watchers watch. This might be fine for background noise on the TV at home, when you don’t really have the time or inclination to pay attention to it.

These are the world’s most dangerous criminals, plus they have been in stasis for any number of unratee, which has made them even nuttier.

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I love all of them and this was no exception. If you’ve seen Luc Besson’s Europacorp action flicks you know what to expect. The story only slows down a bit toward the end, but it lodkout plays out as a series of dominoes.

The acting was adequate.

Guy Pearce’s Snow, the morally questionable and reluctant hero written so closely to the archetype he almost transcends it, weirdly. James Mather, Stephen St. After being on locoout feet for hours it was good to sit on my arse at twelve on the night and just switch off and enjoy a mindless bit of action.

Language Set favourite s Login. Although the number of attempts at humor might lockokt some folks off guard, “Lockout” offers what anyone interested in the film would expect, if for no other reason than its built upon tons of tropes from previously effective movies.

The effects are well done, the action over-the-top and exciting and it’s overall good late night entertainment. If you are looking for a film to pass or xvir the time and don’t want anything mentally challenging, this film is for you.

Despite the self-awareness at points, with a lot of that credit going to Pearce, Lockout tries especially hard to be entertaining on too many fronts, aspiring to be the consummate popcorn flick rather than just identifying one tone and sticking with it.

It’s not nearly as gory as it could have been and that’s not a complaint. The gadgets provide some creativity to lockouh number of the sequences and the script manages to inject some unpredictability into a story that could not have a more obvious trajectory. The script and direction had serious problems. After a little bit of context at the beginning to properly motivate Snow, both he and us are effectively shot from a canon.