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Luc Besson’s action factory burps up another disappointment with “Lockout,” a witless, sloppily constructed picture that carries the promise of a thrill ride in the opening five minutes. A prison adventure set in space, this should’ve been one of the premiere escapist extravaganzas of the year. Instead, untested directors and feeble creative efforts gradually scrape away the fun factor of this snoozer, which grows more tedious and oddly joyless by the minute. It’s not for lack of trying either, as “Lockout” puts forth thespian endeavors meant to be colorful and visual effects intended to be special. However, the labor is mismanaged, with time better spent constructing a stronger script and working with a seasoned editorial department. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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