Escape Plan: Inside a High-Tech Prison for Deadliest Lawbreakers

The world's foremost expert in prison security is trapped in a brutal black-ops fortress housing the world's most dangerous criminals in Escape Plan, a high-octane action-thriller driven by the explosive star power of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Ray Breslin (Sylvester Stallone) is the world's leading authority on prisons -- building them, securing them and, most importantly, breaking out of them. Handsomely paid to engineer real- life jailbreaks in high-security correctional facilities, Ray been incarcerated in every super-max facility run by the Federal Bureau of Prisons -- with a 100 percent escape rate.

When Ray and his associates at B & C Security, Abigail (Amy Ryan), Hush (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) and Lester (Vincent D'Onofrio) are offered double their normal rate to evaluate The Tomb, an off-the-grid, privately-run maximum-security prison constructed using Breslin's own stringent protocols, Breslin can't resist the challenge. To replicate an actual imprisonment, the location of the prison is to remain undisclosed and Breslin will be unable to communicate with his team in any way.

Once inside, Breslin discovers that The Tomb is a pitiless high-tech warehouse for some of the world's deadliest lawbreakers. A seemingly endless maze of glass cells kept under constant video surveillance and surrounded by heavily armed, masked guards, The Tomb seems to offer no possibility of escape. Worse, the sadistic warden, Willard Hobbes (Jim Caviezel), makes it his personal mission to break the wills of uncooperative inmates -- like Breslin -- by any means possible.

When Breslin attempts to use the prearranged evacuation code to free himself, Hobbes claims not to know what he's talking about. Realizing he's been set up by an unknown enemy, Breslin has no choice but to turn to the prison's mysterious strongman, Emil Rottmayer (Arnold Schwarzenegger), to help him survive the violence and treachery of The Tomb long enough to unlock its secrets.

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