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Lockout YTS
Lockout YTS
2012
Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
90
6.0/10
100.5K
1 hr 35 min

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Plot Summary:
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.
Director
James Mather
Top Cast
Peter Stormare as Scott Langral

Maggie Grace as Emilie Warnock

Guy Pearce as Snow

Vincent Regan as Alex


Lockout 2012 720p.BluRay

651.01 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
Seeds 4.

Lockout 2012 1080p.BluRay

1.50 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
Seeds 12.

Lockout review

Reviewed by hitchcockthelegend

7 / 10

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. 7/10Read More