Lock Up (1989)
Average Rating: 4.2/10
Reviews Counted: 12
Fresh: 2 | Rotten: 10
No consensus yet.
Release Date: Aug 4, 1989 Wide
Average Rating: 3.1/5
User Ratings: 15,269
Sylvester Stallone is a tough but essentially decent convict in a relatively humane prison. He's on such good terms with the authorities that he's occasionally allowed a weekend furlough. This idyllic situation ends abruptly when he's transferred to a nasty prison run by sadistic warden Donald Sutherland (remember way back when Sutherland played good guys and Stallone played secondary hoodlums?) Harboring a grudge against Sly over an unfortunate incident at another prison, Sutherland does
Aug 4, 1989 Wide
Aug 29, 2000
Live Home Video
Meissner Captain of ...
William Allen Young
David Anthony Marsha...
Troy Curvey Jr.
Latest News on Lock Up
February 21, 2012:Jim Caviezel Enters Sly and Arnie's Tomb
He'll play the warden of the prison that Schwarzenegger and Stallone try to bust out of.
February 8, 2012:Stallone and Schwarzenegger Enter The Tomb
The duo will reunite for an action thriller about a prison designer who must team up with a convict...
No Friends? Inconceivable! Log in to see what your friends have to say.
The summer of 1989 was the summer of Batman, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Lethal Weapon 2 and several other sizable hits, so who in their right mind wanted to waste time and money on a generic Stallone prison flick?
has more in common with the litany of weak films from the 90s than with his powerful flicks
Director John Flynn keeps it all in check and creates a believable prison community, but the screenplay insists on cliché and idiocy to get by.
Vicious, violent story set in corrupt prison, starring Stallone and Sutherland.
Not a bad prison movie until Stallone turns into a one-man army during a really ludicrous climax.
Audience Reviews for Lock Up
- Warden Drumgoole: Frank, this is hell and I'm going to give you the guided tour.
Discuss Lock Up on our Movie forum!