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A gangster boss (Ice-T) has a list of about 100 people who have screwed up at one point or another. Rather than outright killing them, he decides to have a little fun by putting all of them together in a high security prison, unarmed, and dumping bucketfulls of guns, ammo, and baseball bats on them and letting them kill each other. The final three who survive are given a prize of 10 million dollars. Let chaos reign. Written by
Christopher Lambert only worked on the film for 2 days. He was scheduled for 3 days, but had a prior commitment so he could only work for 2 days. See more »
A newspaper clipping with the headline "New Prison Opens Tomorrow" is shown and the text underneath has a spelling error saying "A new prinson opens tomorrow... ". See more »
Hey, I happen to have a healthy respect for profanity. They're just not happy words and they don't make me happy to hear them. To use something over and over until it has no meaning. Hell hell hell hell hell.
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As a not-serious-movie, this one scores high on my list.
If you're very fond of movies that don't mean a thing. Then this might just be the one. There is a lot of action and you don't have to keep your mind at the story, because, in my opinion, there isn't one. A perfect movie for a horrible stormy November evening, while you've got nothing else to do. just sit back and watch 100 criminals smashing each others heads with baseball bats, or trying to shoot-to-kill. Ice-T plays the roll of Marcus, a chief of the syndicate, and he needs to get rid of some lower-rank members of that same syndicate. His contempt of a hell's Angel look-alike is clearly visible when he says: "Then don't play." As a not-serious-movie, this one scores high on my personal list.
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