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A messy and unmotivated parade of bland close-ups and bad action.
Escape Plan 2 is essentially a tired, low-rent attempt to create a new franchise, albeit one now relegated to VOD.
this movie appears to exist because enough number crunchers came to believe that a DTV sequel to Escape Plan could eke out a profit, and a movie was set into production based upon that inspired notion.
Escape Plan 2 might very well be the worst thing that Stallone has ever starred in. Yes, I'm saying that without hyperbole.
Nobody enjoyed the Sylvester Stallone/Arnold Schwarzenegger smash-up Escape Plan more than Movies In Focus.
The plot, as incomprehensible as it is uninvolving, has Stallone's utterly unmemorable crack prison-break team banged up in yet another off-the-grid illegal jail called Hades.
The whole film is as graceless, lurid and unnecessary as a Stallone painting - but without the winning naivety.
This low-rent sequel abandons the cheesy tone that made its starrier predecessor a guilty pleasure.
A waste of Stallone's talent and star power, not to mention 94 minutes of your time.
It's something of a chimera, and none of its cheaply-made parts really hang together.
While the first film may just about have passed as entertainment, this is complete and utter drivel that will have audiences desperately looking for the exit.
Escape Plan knew what it was, Escape Plan 2 is the exact opposite and it makes you appreciate the first movie even more.
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