Snow: Don't get me wrong. It's a dream vacation. I mean, I load up. I go into space. I get inside the maximum-security nuthouse. Save the President's daughter, if she's not dead already. Get past all the psychos who've just woken up. I'm thrilled that you would think of me.
The security measures for the prison depicted in this film are completely ridiculous. Not only are the prisoners confined to one central area and greatly outnumber the guards, but the cryostasis cells the prisoners are kept in are designed in such a way that the prisoners are able to simply step out and easily overwhelm the guards when the doors are opened, with the prison's backup plan being to release sleeping gas in the area to regain control. If the prison was so concerned about having to go the measure of using sleeping gas to control the situation, then surely they could have simply designed the cryostasis cells to have the prisoners restrained as a fail safe in the event that they are all simultaneously released without authorization in order to prevent the prisoners from overrunning the prison as easily as they are depicted doing. Since the prisoners are being kept in cryosleep, there is no reason to not have them restrained, because they have no need to move around. For a prison that is repeatedly described as being maximum security, it sure has some glaring weaknesses. See more...
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