British distributors Entertainment in Video (EIV) have officially announced that they will release on Blu-ray directors James Mather and Stephen St. Leger's Lockout (2012), starring Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace and Peter Stormare. Co-written by Luc Besson, the film will be available for purchase online and in shops across the United Kingdom on August 20th.
It is 2079 and the world's most dangerous criminals are incarcerated in a secure prison in outer space. During an official visit by the president's daughter, Emilie (Maggie Grace), a breakout occurs and Emilie is taken hostage. In desperation, the president enlists the services of wrongly-convicted spy (Pearce), offering him a deal: if he can rescue Emilie from the clutches of the prison's most violent inmates, he can be assured of his own acquittal and future freedom.
Dark Knight, Bourne Identity, Inception, Iron Man, Indy, Avengers, Jurassic Park, Casino Royale, Taken, The Fugitive, Crouching Tiger, Fifth Element, Ghost Protocol, Independence Day, Minority Report, Big Trouble in Little China......... just to name a few PG-13 actioners. While I actually know exactly what you mean and pretty much agree, just playing devil's advocate.
Given its EiV there is a good chance it is the unrated. Given they are cheap and only have UK & Ireland distribution rights on their titles they tend to buy in their masters rather than pay for their own.