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    No Escape

    When Jack finds an opportunity to move to Southeast Asia to head his water manufacturing company's new plant there, he immediately jumps at the opportunity and moves his family there. When they get there; they seem to be having problems, the electronics don't work and rarely any cars are seen in the streets. When he goes to the market the next morning, he finds himself caught in the middle of a violent rebellion headed by armed rebels executing foreigners. Jack must get back to the hotel and with the help of a mysterious British 'tourist', must get his family to the American Embassy in the midst of the chaos. But is there any escape?
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  • Actors of "No Escape"

  • Characters of "No Escape"

    Jack Dwyer. Character of No Escape
    Played by: Owen Wilson
    Annie Dwyer. Character of No Escape
    Played by: Lake Bell
    Lucy Dwyer. Character of No Escape
    Beeze Dwyer. Character of No Escape
    Played by: Claire Geare
    Hammond. Character of No Escape
    Played by: Pierce Brosnan
    Kenny Roger. Character of No Escape
    Travel Agent. Character of No Escape
  • Directors of "No Escape"

    John Erick Dowdle. Director of No Escape
    John Erick Dowdle
    Birthdate: 21 December 1972, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
  • Creators of "No Escape"

    John Erick Dowdle. Director of No Escape
    John Erick Dowdle
    Birthdate: 21 December 1972, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
    Drew Dowdle. Director of No Escape
    Drew Dowdle
  • Critic Reviews of "No Escape"

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    December 30, 2015

    No Escape takes the casual xenophobia of something like Taken, crossbreeds it with something altogether more noxious, then asks us to kick back and enjoy the ride. We don't. We can't. And the ride isn't that great to begin with.

    Village Voice
    December 30, 2015

    No Escape is as accomplished as it is vicious.

    September 04, 2015

    No Escape is bare-bones, shameless, and too obnoxious to stay suspenseful for long.

    New York Post
    August 28, 2015

    Writer-director John Eric Dowdle makes the street action propulsive, bewildering and terrifyingly real, and things are just getting warmed up.

    Wall Street Journal
    August 27, 2015

    I won't make a case for No Escape being a good film; the first half is pretty good and the second half ranges from pretty bad to truly awful.

    Chicago Reader
    August 27, 2015

    Dowdle sticks closely to the family's perspective, for better and for worse; though fairly effective at conveying their terror, he fails to establish any sort of social or political context for the story.

    Washington Free Beacon
    July 14, 2016

    You're unlikely to see an action-thriller this summer that is as intense as No Escape.

    The Straits Times (Singapore)
    May 24, 2016

    This work manages to dehumanise an entire region while providing little entertainment value.

    April 15, 2016

    "No Escape" plays like an "Argo" rewrite by someone who heard about "Argo" from a friend who never saw "Argo."

    South China Morning Post
    April 06, 2016

    This appalling escape movie takes racism towards Asians to an extreme not seen for many years in mainstream films.

    April 05, 2016

    Seems to suggest that these American lives are more valuable than anyone else's and that's a message, regardless of how unintentional, that many are becoming increasingly wary of. Political correctness aside, it's just bad filmmaking.

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