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.

A falsely convicted ex-government agent is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lockout torrent reviews

Daniel T (es) wrote: Chaotic story telling, if there's even one to tell.

Rob K (es) wrote: Separates fact from fiction by revealing the man while acknowledging the myth. Does an admirable job of giving us a full 360 degree look at a life and career that is still felt even today.

Patrick B (fr) wrote: This should be rife with comedic material. I'm really curious to see what they are passing off as "leading scientific experts". And "exploring the entire culture of the global warming movement" should be particularly amusing...probably portray us as a bunch of wild-eyed druids or something.

Lukas Z (br) wrote: Kevin Hart is great here, but his jokes lack memorabilia and his act is fleeting at best.

Peter H (us) wrote: Decent action - definitely not original or unique though. A lesser version of Van Helsing

Risa C (br) wrote: it was good. it has ephram in it from the show everwood.

Natalie M (au) wrote: Great content. Not particularly good filmmaking.

Andre V (fr) wrote: Nice plot but horrible acting by Julian Sands and horrible directing: it seems that the director thinks you are dumb and cant think about things by yourself

Sean G (jp) wrote: Pure 80's cheese.Bruce Lee says: "Drink Diet Coke!"Yes, Sensai.

Bruce s (nl) wrote: it was ok but i would not rave about it/ a bit out dated now

James H (jp) wrote: It is certainly a groundbreaking film, very nicely performed, especially by Mariel Hemingway. It is a little overlong, a little trimming would have been a benefit. Good story though and well worth seeing.

David S (nl) wrote: Some Like it Hot is a classic comedy written, directed, and acted perfectly. It is a classic case of less is more, there is little extravagance to this straight-forward story, and in its simplicity, it delivers a plethora of comedic quotes and memorable scenes. Billy Wilder is a phenomenal writer and director, and it is evident in the story and its execution. Tony Curtis is the star of show, playing one character who is playing two characters. The depth of his acting is amazing and admirable whilst his supporting stars Monroe and Lemmon help develop the story in hilarious directions. Some Like it Hot is a part of cinematic history and for good reason.

Russell G (es) wrote: Burt Lancaster gets mixed up in an armored car robbery and things go very very bad. Great noir this one, with Yvonn DeCarlo being a great Femme fatal.

Carlos M (ca) wrote: The stylized direction is sometimes unnecessarily distracting (even though the breaking of the fourth wall does work) and in some occasions the narrative seems to digress, but still this is a compelling account of a fascinating experiment that says a lot about human nature.

Justin A (jp) wrote: So I went to go see this movie at 12:30 because I have the luxury of working at a movie theater, little did I know that this wouldn't be worth the gas to get to said movie theater, this movie is like my balls, you have to scratch them sometimes but you really don't want to be seen doing it in public, that means this movie is only going to see high ticket sales because of the sheer hype and label/name that comes with these Characters, I can't recall how many times I laughed out loud during this movie, let alone as the heart felt and sympathetic scenes were rolling before my eyes, if it weren't for the name I would have never went to go see this movie now that's all negative and one sided I know, I will say that this movie is pretty fun to watch but that's honestly all you'll walk out with, is a "fun" experience, which in my opinion could be replicated by having your dick flap in the wind. Way to go Warner Brothers. You almost managed to ruin Batman for me. Two stars, one for each of my balls.