Loved it.

By LexLuthor8
Written December 21, 2014
This comes out in the 80's or early 90's, One of the biggest hits of the year. Sadly it came now and to not much fanfare. But it was a hoot. I've been waiting for this movie for 20 years and I had a great time. No it's not Heat, another team up years in the making, but it's still better than most action crap they put out now. Way better than the two White House movies that came out this year. It knows what it is and doesn't try to be more than that. If you are a fan of either of these men or just like to have fun for a couple of hours, go see it.
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Escape Plan

By rogdodger1
Written October 25, 2013
Cavaziel and D'Onofrio or the two finest actors in this movie and stand amongst the cast of possibly the best actors currently in American theatre. Vincent covered himself with glory in Law & Order. Pity the detective is no longer with us. God he is good. Pity he now finds work in films such as this, picking up lines following the Prince of Mumbles.
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I loved the movie!!

By Verro0693
Written October 01, 2014
My fiancé and I finally decided to go to the movies and it was his turn to decide on the movie. Must admit I haven't even seen the previews but I was stunned with the movie!! Not only does it have great actors but we were both glued to the screen! Def. would give 5 stars & go see it again!! Go!!
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A male movie

By oleskiewicz29
Written October 21, 2013
I saw Escape Plan with my son, who wanted to see it. I enjoyed the movie but there was too many fights and too many beatings for me. I thoroughly enjoyed Jim Cavezel's portrayal of the villionous warden. That was a great treat!!! It was a cliff hanger, so to speak, and did keep me wondering, so it was worth the outrageous price of the popcorn and bottled water.
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80's typical action movie, and loved every second!

By jmguelzo
Written October 18, 2013
Stallone and Arnold are getting older, but I can't help but want to support these guys movies every time they get to make one, because these types of movies I feel are slipping away with time. I grew up on movies like Die Hard and Terminator, Rambo, Cliffhanger, etc. I miss these type of straight forward movies where you already know the beats. There will be a cool way these heroes get out of trouble, there will be a mini boss fight, than a final boss fight. Its predictable, cheesy lines, one liners, and always some scene where someone wields a huge ***gun and blows people away. It's a great popcorn flick, and its nice not always seeing the super young actors in every movie who are picture perfect. I hope these guys live forever!
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