Lock Movie Facts

47 of the most interesting Lock facts you didn't know about. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Lock movie message.

In Sherlock Holmes (2009) he plays atonal clusters to get the flies to fly in a circular pattern. Later in the movie the same type of music plays when Sherlock is trying to save Watson from a series of bombs because he's trying to make order out of chaos.
In Sherlock Holmes (2009) he plays atonal clusters to get the flies to fly in a circular pattern. Later in the movie the same type of music plays when Sherlock is trying to save Watson from a series of bombs because he's trying to make order out of chaos.

In Sherlock Holmes, when there is a death surrounding the case Sherlock is investigating, there is a Raven visible.

Lock Movie Trivia Facts

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  1. Society has been desensitized by sex. Women no longer wear bras and most rooms in the film have nude or pornographic art. However, Alex's parents artwork is censored to a degree. Showing "their time". Their still existing sense of sex.

  2. Stock & 2 Smoking Barrels (1998), Plank trips over a stack of boxes full of money after getting jump-scared by a half-conscious Gloria. Plank pays the dealers ?1500 worth of product using their own uncounted money stashed in said boxes. The crew is too high and reckless to notice.

  3. Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Ed and his crew's theme is cool and laid back, indicating that their crimes are smooth and easy. Contrasting that is Dog and his crew's theme, which is aggressive, indicating that they and their crimes are dangerous.

  4. Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, when Ed and his crew go to their hideout, their theme is cool, laid back, indicating that their crimes are smooth and easy. But when Dog and his crew come into the shot, the soundtrack becomes aggressive, indicating that they and their crimes are dangerous.

Lock Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - " Dim's Number is 665, and Georgie's is 667. They carry Alex between them, making him 666.
    " Dim's Number is 665, and Georgie's is 667. They carry Alex between them, making him 666.
  • Stanley Kubrick drops a not so subtle reference to his previous film, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

  • 1 - And The Gentleman (2020), both directed by Guy Richtie, each have a scene at the same graveyard -the Brompton Cemetary in London
    And The Gentleman (2020), both directed by Guy Richtie, each have a scene at the same graveyard -the Brompton Cemetary in London
  • 1 - The homeless man's shadow resembles the face of Jesus wearing a crown of thorns in profile, and then we proceed to the whipping and beating
    The homeless man's shadow resembles the face of Jesus wearing a crown of thorns in profile, and then we proceed to the whipping and beating
  • 1 - There is an easter egg of Stanley Kubrick's previously directed film, 2001 A Space Odyssey(1968), when Alex is in the record shop.
    There is an easter egg of Stanley Kubrick's previously directed film, 2001 A Space Odyssey(1968), when Alex is in the record shop.
  • 1 - There is a reference to that other Stanley Kubrick masterpiece '2001: a Space Odyssey' (1968) when Alex is talking to the record store employee.
    There is a reference to that other Stanley Kubrick masterpiece '2001: a Space Odyssey' (1968) when Alex is talking to the record store employee.

Lock Hidden Facts

1 - When Sherlock Holmes is declared a wanted man, Scotland Yard does not have his picture. Sherlock doesn't sound surprised as he blocks his face every time there's a police photograph taken, like it's seen in the beginning of the movie.
When Sherlock Holmes is declared a wanted man, Scotland Yard does not have his picture. Sherlock doesn't sound surprised as he blocks his face every time there's a police photograph taken, like it's seen in the beginning of the movie.
1 - The costume designer is credited to the only scene where Holmes is naked.
The costume designer is credited to the only scene where Holmes is naked.
1 - Sherlock shows Watson that flies fly in circles to a musical scale, creating "order out of chaos". This is a Masonic maxim, thought to refer to the creation of a crisis to push through policies and laws amid the confusion, a strategy attempted by the villain in the film.
Sherlock shows Watson that flies fly in circles to a musical scale, creating "order out of chaos". This is a Masonic maxim, thought to refer to the creation of a crisis to push through policies and laws amid the confusion, a strategy attempted by the villain in the film.

- Watson to Sherlock, "You do know that what you're drinking is used for eye surgery?" This is a reference to Cocaine. In the novels Sherlock was known to use Cocaine to cure boredom between cases.

1 - Mrs. Zimmerman talks about past trauma and the loss of her family but never explicitly states what happened. Then, we briefly see a numerical tattoo in her arm indicating she had been in a concentration camp.
Mrs. Zimmerman talks about past trauma and the loss of her family but never explicitly states what happened. Then, we briefly see a numerical tattoo in her arm indicating she had been in a concentration camp.
1 - Alex is between two police officers. To the left is one with a badge that says "665", and the officer to the right's badge reads "667", implying that Alex is the evil number of 666
Alex is between two police officers. To the left is one with a badge that says "665", and the officer to the right's badge reads "667", implying that Alex is the evil number of 666
1 - Watson smells the drink he picks up to put out the fire to make sure its not alcohol as Holmes is known to be a heavy drinker
Watson smells the drink he picks up to put out the fire to make sure its not alcohol as Holmes is known to be a heavy drinker

Holmes and Moriarty's first encounter ends with Moriarty moving a black chess piece first, showing his willingness to break the rules and stay one step ahead of the law.

1 - While Sherlock and Moriarti are explaining their final moves as if it was a game of chess with their friends being the pieces, the ball room in which the final crucial encounters are happening has a checkered floor like a chess board.
While Sherlock and Moriarti are explaining their final moves as if it was a game of chess with their friends being the pieces, the ball room in which the final crucial encounters are happening has a checkered floor like a chess board.
1 - Sherlock mentions to Watson that the opera house is showing Don Giovanni. In the sequel, A Game of Shadows (2011), there is a key scene that takes place during a showing of Don Giovanni.
Sherlock mentions to Watson that the opera house is showing Don Giovanni. In the sequel, A Game of Shadows (2011), there is a key scene that takes place during a showing of Don Giovanni.

Before predicting Watson's future with his wife, the fortune teller is briefly seen scuttling away from Holmes after having (presumably) been told what to say

While under parliament, the action music in the fight scene between Holmes and the Frenchman is set to the tune of Big Ben's bell chime

In Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, the final confrontation ends depicted in a way similar to the art for the short story it was based on.

1 - In Sherlock Holmes A Game of Shadows (2011) during Holmes' funeral, just before Watson is revealed in the back, a man is pictured here in attendance. He is the same man Holmes meets in Sherlock Holmes (2009) in the jail yard who threatens Holmes but is later calmed by Holmes' camaraderie.
In Sherlock Holmes A Game of Shadows (2011) during Holmes' funeral, just before Watson is revealed in the back, a man is pictured here in attendance. He is the same man Holmes meets in Sherlock Holmes (2009) in the jail yard who threatens Holmes but is later calmed by Holmes' camaraderie.
1 - Ravens are used to foreshadow several characters deaths. Ravens are usually associated with death because of their black plumage, croaking call and their tendency to eat dead animal flesh.
Ravens are used to foreshadow several characters deaths. Ravens are usually associated with death because of their black plumage, croaking call and their tendency to eat dead animal flesh.
1 - The map of the United States is missing Florida. A running gag in their other show, Red Vs. Blue.
The map of the United States is missing Florida. A running gag in their other show, Red Vs. Blue.
1 - Malcom McDowell (Alex) has surgical pieces to keep his eyes open. These are not meant to be used sitting up so they scratched is cornea.
Malcom McDowell (Alex) has surgical pieces to keep his eyes open. These are not meant to be used sitting up so they scratched is cornea.
1 - Two soldiers are seen playing Gears of War on Xbox 360. The movie is set in 2004, but Gears of War was not released until 2006.
Two soldiers are seen playing Gears of War on Xbox 360. The movie is set in 2004, but Gears of War was not released until 2006.

Mr. Alexander's doorbell is the first four notes of Beethoven's Fifth, following the films Beethoven motif and predicting the violence about to happen

1 - -- The hospital's cinema, where Alex is re-educated, is listed on the directory board (bottom right)
-- The hospital's cinema, where Alex is re-educated, is listed on the directory board (bottom right)
1 - The prison guard taps out after Bradley breaks his arm.
The prison guard taps out after Bradley breaks his arm.
1 - When Alex visits the record shop, the soundtrack of Kubrick's previous film - 2001: A Space Odyssey is displayed. Not the most subtle of details granted - but I just watched both of these films back to back yesterday and they are true Masterpieces.
When Alex visits the record shop, the soundtrack of Kubrick's previous film - 2001: A Space Odyssey is displayed. Not the most subtle of details granted - but I just watched both of these films back to back yesterday and they are true Masterpieces.
1 - Alex states that his surname is "DeLarge" during incarceration. However, during the newspaper montage near the end of the film, his surname appears as "Burgess" in print. This is a reference to the novel's author: Anthony Burgess.
Alex states that his surname is "DeLarge" during incarceration. However, during the newspaper montage near the end of the film, his surname appears as "Burgess" in print. This is a reference to the novel's author: Anthony Burgess.

Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) Gloria shows up around 2 minutes before her big reveal when Dog and his crew raid Winston's operation.

Alex, after being given the Ludvico technique, playfully attacks his father to assert dominance, implying that he figured out that fake violence does not effect him

1 - Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, when Tom sells Nick the Greek some speakers, Nick gets upset it doesn't come with the amp, so Tom includes a red telephone. Nick uses it for the rest of the film.
Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, when Tom sells Nick the Greek some speakers, Nick gets upset it doesn't come with the amp, so Tom includes a red telephone. Nick uses it for the rest of the film.
1 - Alex's last name is listed as Burgess in the articles about him. This is a reference to the author the book the film was adapted from.
Alex's last name is listed as Burgess in the articles about him. This is a reference to the author the book the film was adapted from.
1 - Just before Sherlock and Irene Adler have sex he is interrupted by Mycrofts men telling him he has to leave with them. The license plate of the car he gets into shows the letters GF being blocked by the letters COX. A Cockblock.
Just before Sherlock and Irene Adler have sex he is interrupted by Mycrofts men telling him he has to leave with them. The license plate of the car he gets into shows the letters GF being blocked by the letters COX. A Cockblock.
1 - There is a record with "2001" (referencing 2001: A Space Odyssey- 1968) displayed on its cover inside the store Alex visited where he met the two women who he took back to his home for a threeway.
There is a record with "2001" (referencing 2001: A Space Odyssey- 1968) displayed on its cover inside the store Alex visited where he met the two women who he took back to his home for a threeway.
1 - There is a 2001: Space Odyssey record displayed at the store Alex visits.
There is a 2001: Space Odyssey record displayed at the store Alex visits.

1 - The shadow of the homeless man resembles Jesus wearing a crown of thorns in profile
The shadow of the homeless man resembles Jesus wearing a crown of thorns in profile
1 - The main protagonist, James's, son is wearing a jacket during one scene that resembles the type of blast suit his father wears throughout the movie
The main protagonist, James's, son is wearing a jacket during one scene that resembles the type of blast suit his father wears throughout the movie
1 - At the starting, Dr. John Watson says "Just used to a better class of criminals". In that episode they (Sherlock and Watson) had to face Charles Augustus Magnussen, the classiest villain of the series.
At the starting, Dr. John Watson says "Just used to a better class of criminals". In that episode they (Sherlock and Watson) had to face Charles Augustus Magnussen, the classiest villain of the series.
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Lock Plot

A screenwriter loses a script in the back of a rickshaw, and complications in the driver's life make it difficult to return to its rightful owner.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Lock. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Thriller
Director Smeep Kang
Stars Gippy Grewal, Smeep Kang, Geeta Basra, Gurpreet Ghuggi
IMDB score 6.1