Escape Plan 2: Hades





For the last time,

release Abdel Salman Al-Arkan

from his prison in Paris.

This is Lucas Graves, IDP News,

signing off.


They're gonna kill us all!

Release him, or the execution

plays live in 45 minutes.

They're gonna kill us.

Stay strong.

Destination confirmed.

You should kill them.

A powerful statement, a Westerner

killing his own people.

Recalculating route.

They should have called.

They should have called already!

No. No. No, please!

Please don't kill me!

Go. Go!

Come on. Move. Go!

They're getting away!

Let's go! let's go!


I'll take the north side.


Keep searching the southside.

Lock down the perimeter.

Shit. He's not here.

Get them on the truck now.

Let's go! Let's go!

Kimbral's not here.

He's got the keys.

Come on!

What the f*ck was that?

We got to go, Shu.

Come on, come on, come on.

Where the hell's Kimbral?

You are 40 seconds late, Kimbral.

Go, go!

Where the hell were you?

- She's been shot.

- Give me room. Give me room!

Alice. Alice!

Come on.

Damn it.


Move, move, move, move, move.

What happened?

She's shot in the chest.

What the hell took you guys so long?

Shit. F*ck.


Oh, God.

She's gone.


This is on you.

What the hell happened?

Goddamn it.

What happened?

I had a chance to blow their

weapons load, and I took it.

- It wasn't part of the f*cking plan!

- I factored it in.

- Oh, you factored it in?

- The route I took, the speed-

- Where were you?

- Did you use your computer program?

Shu, there was less

than point zero zero-

Shu, the algorithm was solid.

You lost a hostage?

Bossman's gonna be pissed.

Get us the f*ck out of here, Hush.

- You wanted to see me?

- Yeah. Come on in and sit down.

I'm letting you go.

- What?

- I'm letting you go.

I won't be needing

your services anymore.

You know,

the most important thing in this job

is knowing you can trust the guy

next to you.

I told you before. This program

of yours, it wasn't ready,

and you defied the team.

My program's not ready,

or you just don't like it?

A woman died.

Could've happened without the

algorithm. Don't you put that on me.

You want to make all these excuses up

in your head:

Whatever it is, someone died

because you trusted a computer

more than your own team.

You got to go.

Told you we expanded too fast.

You gonna sit there and bust my balls

or get back to work?

Next time, I'll listen to you...


How do you say, quote, "I am stupid"?

I'm stupid...

Why do you want to learn Qingdao?

It's almost impossible

for a Western ear to decipher.

I like the impossible.

This game, Go, is interesting.

Why do you think you

win all the time?

Because I've been playing Go

since I was four,

and you started two years ago.

You move everything together.

You take the territory as one.

You take my pieces as one.

Everything flows as one.

When you were at the factory,

none of your guys moved together.

You didn't flow as one.

Kimbral was trying to upstage you.

Maybe I should work alone.

No one does it alone.

I guess that's why I hear your voice

in my head when I am on the job.

It may sound like me, but I think

that voice is your intuition.

Take all the time you need,

but when you come back,

I need you to be a team player.

Don't be like Kimbral.

Don't confuse intuition with ego.

Trust me on this one, Shu.

Always listen to your intuition.


The original communication satellite

set out to solve one problem...

how to send a signal successfully

around the bend in the Earth

and reach the receiver.

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