Chicago crime kid Mick O'Brien (Sean Penn) has been sent to a juvenile prison for vehicular manslaughter. Most unfortunately, the person he kills is the kid brother of his nemesis Paco Moreno (Esai Morales), who vows revenge by raping Mick's girlfriend (Ally Sheedy). Paco is caught and sent to the same prison where he reworks his revenge plan, and Mick has no choice but to defend himself. Written by
There's Only One Person Left Who Believes Mick O'Brien Can Make It... Mick O'Brien.
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Did You Know?
The name of the youth jail was the "Rainford Juvenile Correctional Facility". Established in 1919, it's motto was "Justice with Mercy". The name of the other prison facility, the gaol for adults, was the "Illinois State Penitentiary". See more
When Horowitz puts the "acid" on the fence, he only puts it on one side. When they escape, they kick out both sides of the fence. See more
Two carts for me and two carts for Horowitz... for free.
Referenced in 30 for 30: Bad Boys
One More Time
Written by Barry Eastmond
(uncredited), Gene McFadden
(uncredited) and John Whitehead' (uncredited)
Performed by McFadden & Whitehead
Courtesy Capitol Records, Inc. See more