‘Escape Plan 2: Hades’: Film Review


Sylvester Stallone and Dave Boutique Star in this sequel 2013 action film.
2013 Sylvester Stallone / Arnold Schwarzenegger's Car Escape Plan was not a masterpiece, but it was a reasonable final idea and the two-age actors were given the chance to see the delightful fashion. This is not the case, Alas, with the escape plan 2, is not taken into a dramatic release by his humiliating series characterized by humiliation. And although Stallone and Dave Boutista are notified in the top and endorsements, they are limited to their anecdotal time. Be careful

As before, expert Stalin Ray Benson, a security expert, who specializes in fishermen's advice on how to prevent his prisoners from fleeing Her skill comes naturally easily, in her work, Shu (Huang Xiaoming), her technical wunderkind cousin is kidnapped with Yusheng (Chen Tang) and a high security feature whose name can be estimated from the film's title. Is it bad Warner (any other kind?) That seems to himself "Zookeeper" (Titas Welley) definitely wants a patent for a new satellite system designed by Yusheng.

So naturally, Wright and his colleagues are also in the rescue of their comrades with Hold Hughes (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) and NewEx Leak (Jesse Metcalf) and Abigail (Jeim King). Satyajit calls his friend Trent closer to some additional muscles, which means considering the character by Batista.

Although Shu receives mostly the main focus of this installment, we listen to frequent voiceovers by the stall, which he mentions spiritual advice in order to "move you together, everything flows as one". The film has a lot of battle scenes since Warden creates a policy to force her classmates to meet in a violent cage, whose rewards are produced by production companies: Emmitt/Furla/Oasis Films, Grindstone Entertainment Group, Leomus Pictures, Lionsgate
Distributor: Lionsgate Premiere

Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Dave Bautista, Huang Xiaoming, Jaime King, Jesse Metcalfe, Wes Chatham, Lydia Hult, Pete Wentz, Shea Buckner, Tyler Jon Olson, Chen Tang, Titus Welliver, Curtis Jackson
Director: Stephen C. Miller
Screenwriter: Miles Chapman

Producers: Randall Emmett, George Fula, Xing Su, Jie Qiu, Mark Canton, Zack Schiller, Robbie Brenner
Executive producers: Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones, Tony Parker, Barry Brooker, Stan Wertlieb, Henry Winterstern, Arianne Fraser, Delphine Perrier, Alex Boies, Ted Fox, Mark Stewart, Vance Owen, Montgomery Blencowe, Ron Lynch

Director of photography: Brandon Cox
Production designer: Niko Vilaivongs
Editors: Vincent Tabaillon, Carsten Kurpanek
Composers: The Newton Brothers
Costume designer: Bonnie Stuach