Michael and Sara wed, but the happiness is short lived when the Feds apprehend her for the murder of Michael's mother, Christina. Once a hit is ordered on Sara, the team reunite to break out an increasing vulnerable Sara.
Due to a political conspiracy an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out from the inside out.
Two lovers have been through hell and back fighting for their lives. When they finally attempt to start a life, one is apprehended by the FBI for a murder that was actually self-defense. In prison, she becomes increasingly vulnerable. After a beat down from the guards and a bounty for her head, her husband reunites with old friends and attempts 'The Final Break'. Written by
Consists of the two unaired final episodes of season 4, "The Old Ball and Chain" and "Free". See more »
You know we spend so much of our lives not saying the things we want to say... The things we should say. We speak in code, we send little messages; origami. So now, plainly, simply, I want to say that I love you both. Very much. And I want you to promise me, that you're gonna tell my child... that you're gonna tell my child how much they're loved everyday. And remind them how lucky they are... to be free, because we are. We're free now, finally. We're free.
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I was really excited to see this Final Break movie because I wanted to see how they wrapped things up and how they deal with the "unanswered questions" to provide me closure for one of my favorite shows. I wish I hadn't watched it though. It ruined the whole finale for me, heck, it even ruined the whole series for me almost. I felt like I wasted 4 years of my life investing in the characters in the show and it's all for nothing. The movie was so over the top (and that's saying a lot considering this is Prison Break, the mother of all things over the top!) and so made-for-Hollywood-summer-blockbuster that it deviated from the real essence of the show. When I watched the series finale on TV, I was a little disappointed but still, I found that that was a fitting end, albeit a bittersweet one. But this one was just senseless. I loved only the first two minutes of it. The rest of it, I wish I could have erased from my mind. The phrase "jumped the shark" is very fitting for this movie. I understand now why they decided not to include it in the original series finale and why they decided not to show it on FOX because people will surely throw their TVs out if they did. So, so disappointed! I want that hour and 20 minutes of my life back!
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