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Lockout 2012 123movies

Lockout 2012 123movies

Take no prisoners.Apr. 12, 201295 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In 2079, in Washington, the ex-CIA Operative Snow is brutally interrogated, accused of treason against the United States. The chief of the secret service Scott Langral believes that he shot the agent Frank in a hotel room. Meanwhile, the idealistic daughter of the president of the USA, Emilie Warnock, is visiting MS One, a maximum security prison in outer space expecting to find evidence that the prisoners are actually guinea pigs of a huge corporation. When one of her bodyguards loses a hidden pistol to the dangerous prisoner Hydell, he subdues the staff in the central control room and releases the prisoners, including his brother Alex who becomes the leader of the riot. Now the veteran agent Harry Shaw offers freedom to Snow if he succeeds in rescuing the president’s daughter. But the idealistic Emilie does not want to leave MS-One without the hostages.
Plot: Set in the near future, Lockout follows a falsely convicted ex-government agent , whose one chance at obtaining freedom lies in the dangerous mission of rescuing the President’s daughter from rioting convicts at an outer space maximum security prison.
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Reviews:

Nobody smokes anymore, Snow!

I was kind of inclined to headline this as being the movie guaranteed to make highbrow film fans froth with incredulity. That anyone could enjoy such a derivative, tongue-in-cheek, low ambition piece of schlock, is surely cause for venomous spleen venting from the serio film brigade. They call them guilty pleasures, but thing is, I just don’t feel guilty about having such a wonderfully fun filled great time with the Luc Besson produced Lockout.

Plot? Well it’s the future and basically Guy Pearce (Snow) is wrongly convicted of a crime and sentenced to do stir in stasis until whenever. But up in space at the MS1 prison facility, home to all the maniacs found in “Demolition Man”, the president’s daughter, do-gooder babe Emilie Warnock (Maggie Grace), is suddenly taken captive and it’s a big hostage situation. This looks like a mission for a serious hard bastard type! Well “Snake Plissken” wasn’t available, so they get Snow, who is bulked up, full of wise cracks and has a point to prove. Guess what follows? Yep, complete popcorn frenzy as Pearce and Grace cut a swathe through MS1 and have a date with coolness personified.

On the way, via a truly gorgeous sci-fi affected Blu-ray print, we will tick off the homages and influences and compare notes with our viewing partners about how it’s a “Snake Plissken” movie but with Shane Black type dialogue. While those who are partial to a bit of sci-fi design are well served here. Because even though there might be the worst CGI effects ever during a chase scene (that mercifully only runs for 50 seconds), the space ships, sets and Torsion System sequence, prove that you don’t need Michael Bay type bucks to please the eyes. From the quite brilliant and hilarious opening interrogation beat down, to the big reveal and punch line, this Besson produced piece is serving popcorn with a smile to a certain segment in the film watching populace.

With bits of the “Snake Plissken” movies, “Fortress”, “Die Hard”, “Commando”, “Demolition Man”, “Minority Report”, “Last Boy Scout” and any other quip laden dude/wronged man on a mission movie, Lockout clearly lacks originality. But seriously! Was anyone involved playing it as anything other than a sly homage movie? No, they wasn’t. Pearce is great fun in the role, but he isn’t trying to worry the highbrow crowd’s votes for films of the year. Anyone viewing it expecting something cerebral should feel more guilty than those who stand up to say they had a great time watching it. Ingem Ferem. 7/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 7 Date: 2019-10-04
We watched this movie more or less by chance last evening. We normally do not have Canal+ in our “bouquet” but they are making a drive right now so everyone can watch Canal+ for a couple of weeks and this movie looked interesting, at least compared to the rest of the choice available that evening, so we watched it.

It was a surprisingly entertaining evening movie. It is pretty much a standard Hollywood nonsensical pop-corn movie but it is a well done one. It makes no pretence of being anything else than it is. The story is a fairly predictable action story. Hero gets framed during the introduction scenes. Quick flip to the space prison that is going to serve as the scenery of the bulk of the movie. Dumbass thinks he is more clever than everyone else so he breaks the rules. Goes bad. Prisoners break out. President’s daughter just happens to be there at the same tame. Our hero is sent in to save the day. Action time!

There are a few more complications to the story but that is pretty much it. It is a simple and solid story that pretty much holds water. It would have been a fairly standard, even mediocre, movie if it was not for our hero which is doing an admirable job of playing hero and tough guy. The dialog, as nonsensical as it is, definitely lifts the move. The action is fairly good and so are the special effects although it is by no means a movie that is held up by its effects. The main bad guy is a really irritating psychotic son-of-a-bitch. The actor is doing a good job of portraying him but the character itself bugged the hell out of me when watching the movie. He is a bit over the top that has to be said.

Anyway, the movie was quite entertaining as an evening pop-corn flick and since we picked it more or less by chance and did not know much about it before hand it was indeed a fairly pleasant surprise.

Review By: Per Gunnar Jonsson Rating: 7 Date: 2013-03-31
Good Fun
Caught this late Friday night with my girl after the Drake gig and had a good night overall. After being on my 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. And that’s exactly what ‘Lockout’ offers. If you’ve seen Luc Besson’s Europacorp action flicks you know what to expect. I love all of them and this was no exception. Guy Pearce is the show stealer as Agent Snow, the John McClane of the space age. His wisecracks and mindless violence keep your attention. Maggie Grace is as good as ever as the damsel in distress and the supporting actors do a bang up job as well. 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. The effects are well done, the action over-the-top and exciting and it’s overall good late night entertainment. As with all these sorts of films, I’m sure critics and serious Sci-fi nuts are going to hate. But as I always say, for people who can switch off and enjoy a bit of brainless fun, this is a must. Let the haters hate and the watchers watch.

***/*****.

Review By: seany_c Rating: 7 Date: 2012-04-22
Derivative, low-brained popcorn entertainment
Summer must be coming around soon, as here come the popcorn blockbusters! Although “Lockout” still might be a little bit “lightweight” to be considered a box office hit, in spite of the explosive and spectacular action sequences and a couple of familiar fresh faces. “Lockout”, based on an original concept idea by the mighty respectable Luc Besson, initially feels overwhelming and imposing, but it’s actually one of the most derivative action thrillers you’ll ever see. The plot borrow its main story lines and characterizations from a series of world famous as well as lesser known Sci-Fi classics/gems. The setting of a (supposedly) inescapable maximum security prison floating around in space comes from the early 90’s cult favorite “Fortress”, the premise of a noble convict sent in to try and evacuate a presidential relative naturally comes from John Carpenter’s legendary Sci-Fi monument “Escape from New York” and Guy Pearce’s character Snow fires off as many witty one-liners as Bruce Willis did in all of the “Die Hard” movies combined. The year is 2079 and Pearce depicts an elite secret agent wrongfully accused of espionage and murder, but the only evidence that can set him free has gone missing. Snow is about to be sent to MS-1, a super hi-tech penitentiary in space, when all of a sudden riots break out. Snow is nonetheless sent to MS-1; not as a prisoner but as the last hope to bring back the president’s daughter Emilie, who was there to investigate the effects of brain stagnation and accidentally caused the prison disorder. “Lockout” is definitely amusing while it lasts, but it’s unmemorable and occasionally even too preposterous for its own good. The structure of the film is logical and most of the key sequences are easy to predict, but at least it’s fun to behold the excessive violence and some of the over-the-top performances, like Guy Pearce and particularly the prototypical British scumbag Joseph Gilgun as the indescribably psychotic and maniacal inmate Hydell. The CGI-effects are surprisingly inane and laughable. There’s one scene in particular that is quite terrible, namely near the beginning when Snow tries to escape from a crime scene on a motorcycle seemingly borrowed from “Minority Report”. That sequence actually looks as if you’re watching a video game. Premiered at the annual Belgian Festival of Fantastic Films.
Review By: Coventry Rating: 5 Date: 2012-04-08

Other Information:

Original Title Lockout
Release Date 2012-04-12
Release Year 2012

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Budget 20000000
Revenue 32204030
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director James Mather, Steve Saint Leger
Writer James Mather (screenplay by), Steve Saint Leger (screenplay by), Luc Besson (screenplay by), Luc Besson (based on an original idea by)
Actors Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace, Vincent Regan, Joseph Gilgun
Country France, USA
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Canal+
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix SDDS, DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red One MX, Red Pro Prime, Lomo and Powerscope Lenses
Laboratory Digimage Cinéma, Paris, France (prints)
Film Length 2,713 m (Portugal)
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Lomoscope (anamorphic) (source format), Powerscope (anamorphic) (source format), Redcode RAW (4.5K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm, D-Cinema

Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Lockout 2012 123movies
Original title Lockout
TMDb Rating 5.9 1,354 votes

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