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21 July 2009 (USA) See more »
Prepare yourself for the truth!
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Dominic Purcell ... Lincoln Burrows

Wentworth Miller ... Michael Scofield

Amaury Nolasco ... Fernando Sucre

Robert Knepper ... Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell

Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ... Gretchen Morgan

Sarah Wayne Callies ... Sara Tancredi

William Fichtner ... Alex Mahone

Leon Russom ... General Jonathan Krantz

Kim Coates ... Agent Richard Sullins

Barbara Eve Harris ... FBI Agent Felicia Lang

Chris Bruno ... Agent Todd Wheatley

David Starzyk ... Blue Phillips

Aisha Hinds ... Guard Cowler

Lori Petty ... Daddy

Amy Aquino ... Warden Alice Simms
Jeff Cahill ... Snee

Dendrie Taylor ... Blonde Guard

Joseph Will ... Doctor

Damien Leake ... Detective Marlin

Ian Patrick Williams ... Bearded Man

Rainbow Borden ... Snags

Livia Treviño ... Hucks

Alicia Lagano ... Agatha

Dot-Marie Jones ... Skittlez (as Dot Marie Jones)

Richmond Arquette ... Joe Daniels

Sufe Bradshaw ... Wife

Peggy Dunne ... Guard

Joey Oglesby ... Gate C.O.

Rena Owen ... Shu C.O.

Roberto Montesinos ... Yard C.O.

John Eric Bentley ... Phone C.O.
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Gary Grubbs ... Senator Hatten

Kathleen Quinlan ... Christina Rose Scofield
Lindsay Collins ... Guard (uncredited)
Sara Gianola ... KID' in Prison 'Family (uncredited)

Adrienne McQueen ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

'Big' LeRoy Mobley ... Hotel Security Guard (uncredited)
Alice Ndirangu ... Office staff (uncredited)

Heather Rose ... Hotel Staff (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Hooks (part two)
Brad Turner (part one)
Writing credits
Paul Scheuring (creator) (as Paul T. Scheuring)

Nick Santora (teleplay) (part one) &
Seth Hoffman (teleplay) (part one)

Zack Estrin (teleplay) (part two) &
Karyn Usher (teleplay) (part two)

Christian W. Trokey (story) (part one) (as Christian Trokey)

Kalinda Vazquez (story) (part two)

Produced by
Marty Adelstein .... executive producer
Garry A. Brown .... producer
Zack Estrin .... co-executive producer
Kevin Hooks .... executive producer
Michael Klick .... producer
Neal H. Moritz .... executive producer
Matt Olmstead .... executive producer
Dawn Parouse .... executive producer (as Dawn Olmstead)
Brett Ratner .... executive producer
Nick Santora .... co-executive producer
Paul Scheuring .... executive producer (as Paul T. Scheuring)
Karyn Usher .... co-executive producer
Agatha Warren .... co-producer (as Agatha Aro Warren)
Nicholas Wootton .... consulting producer
Original Music by
Ramin Djawadi 
Cinematography by
Fernando Argüelles (director of photography: part 1)
Jeffrey C. Mygatt (director of photography: part 2)
Film Editing by
Etienne Des Lauriers (part one)
Eric Seaburn (part two)
Casting by
Scott Genkinger 
Debbie George  (as Deborah George)
Junie Lowry-Johnson 
Production Design by
Philip Leonard  (as Phillip Leonard)
Set Decoration by
Jackie Carr 
Costume Design by
Taneia Lednicky 
Makeup Department
Carl Bailey .... hair department head
Nanette Moore .... makeup department head (as Nanette New)
Bret Mardock .... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Richleigh Heagh .... unit production manager: part 2 (as Richleigh Hz Heagh)
Dave Lifshin .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ingrid K. Behrens .... second assistant director (part 1) (part 2)
Brian Faul .... first assistant director (part 1)
John P. Gordon .... first assistant director: second unit
Eric Norris .... second unit director
Michael Lee Phillips Jr. .... first assistant director (part 2) (as Michael 'Jocco' Phillips)
Art Department
Anthony Bro .... set designer
Tom Day .... property master (as Thomas E. Day)
Tim Donelan .... leadman (as Timothy Donelan)
Tomas Sallvin .... construction coordinator (as Tomas Ivar Sallvin)
Derek Abernathy .... carpenter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Joe Barnett .... re-recording mixer
Gregory M. Gerlich .... supervising sound editor
Christopher T. Silverman .... sound
Jody Thomas .... foley artist
Mathew Waters .... re-recording mixer (as Matt Waters)
Forest Williams .... production sound mixer (as Forrest Williams)
Special Effects by
Frank Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Diana R. Lupo .... stunt double: Sarah Wayne Callies
Sonja Munsterman .... stunt performer
Eric Norris .... stunt coordinator
Tierre Turner .... stunts
Rico Burgos .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Dana Dru Evenson .... stunt guard (uncredited)
Pat Romano .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Winston West .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Derek Abernathy .... camera operator
Rick Anderson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Graeme Dickson .... grip
Willie Estrada .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Willie Chan Estrada)
Marcus 'Roo' Flower .... key grip (as Marcus 'Roo' Flower)
Randy Glass .... gaffer
Randy Nolen .... camera operator: "a" camera
David Riley .... grip
Allan Westbrook .... director of photography: second unit (2009-2010)
Guillermo Yanguez .... electrician
Derek Abernathy .... grip (uncredited)
Robert Embry .... grip (uncredited)
John McGonegle .... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Keith H. Moore .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Roger J. Forker .... costumer (uncredited)
Roric Ruegsegger .... set costumer (uncredited)
Kathleen Russo .... set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Dino DeLorenzo .... assistant editor (as Dino C.C. De Lorenzo)
Gregory T. Evans .... assistant editor
Evan A. Snider .... post-production coordinator (as Evan Snider)
Ken Van Deest .... final colorist
Music Department
David Klotz .... music editor
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music supervisor (as Michelle Kuznetsky Silverman)
Transportation Department
Thomas A. Gordon .... transportation coordinator
Margo Hunt McKay .... driver (as Margo Hunt)
Jay Thompson .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Ryan Causey .... assistant: Mr. Hooks
Angela Padilla Clark .... production coordinator (as Angela N. Padilla)
Scott Cohn .... accountant
Christine Conley .... assistant: Mr. Brown
Sylvia Franklin .... script coordinator
Dawn Gilliam .... script supervisor
Seth Hoffman .... executive story editor
Kelly Nash .... assistant: Mr. Adelstein
Michael Neipris .... marine coordinator (2009)
Peter M. Robarts .... location manager (as Peter Robarts)
Kelli Stember .... assistant: Mrs. Olmstead
Donovan Terranova .... location manager
Luke Thompson .... production assistant
Mary Trahan .... assistant: Mr. Olmstead
Christian W. Trokey .... story editor (as Christian Trokey)
Kalinda Vazquez .... story editor
Cory Foster .... craft service (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Prison Break: The Movie" - Israel (English title) (TV title)
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89 min
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1.78 : 1 See more »
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Includes elements of the two unaired final episodes of season 4, "The Old Ball and Chain" and "Free".See more »
Michael Scofield: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.See more »
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17 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
The Ultimate Movie Review! -, 24 December 2011
Author: Tss5078 from United States

For 4 years, Prison Break was the smartest, grittiest, best casted, and best written show on Television. While badly harmed by the 2007 writers strike and low ratings, this show never did get the recognition it deserved. When Paul Scheuring created the show, he wrote a story he'd planned to last six season, however in the middle of season 4, he pulled the plug. Scheuring decided that the show had become a farce of itself and would not longer continue. In the final 15 minutes of the last episode of season 4, they jumped ahead 3 years to the ending Scheuring had originally envisioned, and it left fans with millions of unanswered questions. They were outraged and besieged the network with letters. The result, the events of a hypothetical season 6 were condensed into a 90 minute movie. The movie was a return to the shows beginnings and was terrific! While season 4 did get stupid, this would have been a fantastic season and an amazing way to end the show. Of course when you condense 24 episodes into an hour and a half, it's going to be rushed and have holes, but they do a nice job of trying to explain everything and ultimately do give the fans the closure they desired. This was the smartest show I've ever seen and no matter what this cast does for the rest of their careers, it will never compare to the incredible job they did on this show and in this movie.

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something to consider, left wide open lm6122124
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Should have been finale... mlehman-4
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