Actors of "Lockout"
Characters of "Lockout"
Directors of "Lockout"James MatherStephen St. Leger
Creators of "Lockout"Stephen St. LegerJames Mather
Critic Reviews of "Lockout"New YorkerApril 23, 2012
At the screening, in between laughing fits, people around me whispered, in awed tones, "B movie, 1956."Chicago ReaderApril 13, 2012
It's clichéd, ridiculous, and very entertaining.Newark Star-LedgerApril 13, 2012
The tag-team of filmmakers seems to have only two ideas - having stupendously ugly characters shove their mugs into the camera, or staging action sequences so dizzily you have no idea what's going on.Film.comApril 13, 2012
Does a fine job of continually coming up with obstacle after obstacle for our two leads to dodge - not the least of which happens to be good, old-fashioned logic.Washington PostApril 13, 2012
"Lockout" is meat-and-potatoes filmmaking at its most basic.New York PostApril 13, 2012
It's the kind of movie where someone tumbling in space above the earth's atmosphere opens a parachute and lands gently on earth without even gasping for a breath.Epoch TimesJuly 01, 2016
You might find it to be thoroughly clichéd and utterly predictable. But it's not boring. That's largely thanks to Guy Pearce.Fat Guys at the MoviesJanuary 18, 2016
like Escape from L.A. in spaceBig HollywoodJune 30, 2013
The dialogue between the two leads and Guy Pearce's pleasant performance make this sci-di drama worth seeing.Film4March 04, 2013
They don't make 'em like this anymore, except when they do and you remember why they stopped. Daft, but broadly enjoyable if you're in a charitable mood.Projection BoothNovember 05, 2012
Lean, fun, smart without overthinking things and always equipped with a one-liner, Lockout is refreshingly free of the bull**** that plagues so many genre films.ScreenRantSeptember 27, 2012
Lockout succeeds as a result of Pearce - who delivers an enjoyable, albeit snide, performance as a government agent turned one-man-army.
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