Seen In: Lockout (2012)
It seems like an airtight plan: to ensure that prisoners will no longer pose a threat to society at large, place them into stasis. Then, just to make sure every precaution is taken, store all the prisoners in an orbital space station. There's no way that could go badly, right?
Wrong. Luc Besson decided to show how even the best-laid plans can go awry in Lockout - also known as MS One: Maximum Security - when a space prison break leaves thousands of vicious criminals in charge of the entire facility. Oh, and the stasis has also induced dementia in much of the population.
In hindsight, we'd say keeping them on Earth under guard supervision would probably have been a better option in the long run.