Escape Plan (2013)

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Director: Mikael Hafstrom

Synopsis: Ray Breslin a former prosecutor who has a skill for escaping prisons spends his life getting into high security prisons and testing their design by seeing if he can escape. So far in his career he has escaped all of them. Breslin is offered a multimillion dollar deal by a CIA agent to test a hidden top secret maximum security prison to find out if it is really escape proof as it is meant to be. However this time he is not allowed to know the location of the prison and neither are his colleagues. When Ray gets whats it seems to be an abduction and gets put to sleep on his way to the prison he then wakes up in a glass cell and on his awakening remembers seeing a man being killed on the trip to the prison in a helicopter. Immediately disturbed by this he asks to see the person in charge and gives his an evacuation code, a number that is suppose to tell officials who he is and let him free. When the man in charge hears this he just laughs and calls bluff. Breslin realizes he is in a entire different situation then he thought, and this is not a job where he can escape. He makes friends with some inmates, and realizes they all have something in common, they all have enemies who want them to be kept away, forever.

Review: I enjoyed this movie quiet a lot, I chose to watch it because some of my favorite actors, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are in it and them both being together in a action movie, I mean how can you say no? It was a great movie, very exciting and a little mind bending, they keep the mystery going until the end and when you find out what was going on you’re still kind of confused. I usually don’t enjoy action movies but this was a fun one, not too much just fighting and more thriller action and mystery. I think it fits in well with the rest of the directors movies since they are mostly thrillers and action movies. I would recommended this movie to others to watch!

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