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An Omar Broadway Film (2008)

An incarcerated gang member sneaks a video camera into prison in order to document the use of excessive force and corruption among the institution's guards.
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An incarcerated gang member sneaks a video camera into prison in order to document the use of excessive force and corruption among the institution's guards.

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Terrible
16 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Boring, boring, boring. I would like to write the producers and ask for that hour and a half of my life back. This movie was pointless, it was about prison injustice yet the prison did nothing wrong. Very strange.

Summary: idiot robs a cab at gun point, gets locked up, he and other idiots instigate trouble with cops, cops whoop ass (funny:), no one with any sense picks up production of terrible documentary, awful docu-pic fades away minutes after it airs.....

Whatever you do, don't waste your time with this movie. Maybe clean out the refrigerator, organize your closet, clean the car, or punch yourself in the face for an hour and a half.... all would be far more enjoyable.


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