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Writers:
D. Glase Lomond (screenplay) and
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He rules the streets from the inside...
Plot:
Danny, a respected cop, is setup after an investigation goes wrong. While laying low in his new jail cell... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cliché prison story with music video-like fast mo-slow mo fight scenes. See more (20 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tony Schiena ... Danny
Rashad Evans ... Colton

Vinnie Jones ... Anton Vargas

Dwier Brown ... Kirkman

Lance 'The Snake' Cartwright ... Axl
Cheick Kongo ... Silas

Kevin 'Kimbo Slice' Ferguson ... King (as Kimbo Slice)

Sarah Ann Schultz ... Gwen

Bai Ling ... Guard Flores

Forrest Griffin ... Mule

Curtis Moore ... London

Arnold Chon ... Quang
Joe Doerksen ... Slick

Dave Fennoy ... Irving

John B. Lowe ... Warden Burke
Ernesto Griffith ... Rollins
Paul Magel ... Quigley

Kaitlyn Leeb ... Trina (as Kaitlyn Wong)
Jason Wishnowski ... Mariani
Blake Taylor ... Dr. Bell
Alex Ferrer ... Bao
Amber Lamps ... Cheerleader (as Amber Solstice)
Allan Wallace Dunkeld ... Punk Inmate (as Allen Dunkeld)
Jynx Vandersteen ... Warehouse Stripper
Leilanie Giordmaina ... Kirkman's Hooker

Sam Medina ... Ernesto
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Directed by
Daniel Zirilli 
 
Writing credits
D. Glase Lomond (screenplay) and
Daniel Zirilli (screenplay)

Bobby Mort (story)

Produced by
John J. Anderson .... executive producer
Ryan S. Black .... co-executive producer
Freddy Braidy .... executive producer
Barry Brooker .... executive producer
Alan B. Bursteen .... executive producer
Dan Caldwell .... executive producer
Danny Cannon .... executive producer
Edward E. Frumkes .... executive producer
Dan Garcia .... co-executive producer
Topher Jones .... producer
Tim Katz .... executive producer (as Timothy Katz)
Marc Kreiner .... executive producer
Phyllis Laing .... producer
Joe Laurin .... supervising producer
Brad Marks .... executive producer
David E. Ornston .... producer
Jeff Rice .... executive producer
Ellen Rutter .... line producer
Eugene Shevertalov .... co-executive producer
Robert Sprowls .... executive producer
Missy Valdez .... co-executive producer
Stan Wertlieb .... executive producer
Daniel Zirilli .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Samy Inayeh 
 
Film Editing by
Anthony Cava 
 
Set Decoration by
Robb Paraskevopoulos 
 
Costume Design by
Patricia J. Henderson  (as Patti Henderson)
Sandra Soke 
 
Makeup Department
Nina Kvaternik .... assistant makeup artist
Brenda Magalas .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Jason A. Payne .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Topher Jones .... second assistant director
Reed Makayev .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Gary Barringer .... graphic artist
Lloyd Brandson .... key scenic artist
Jamie Lou Morneau .... art department coordinator
 
Sound Department
Aaron Breeden .... sound re-recording mixer
Aaron Breeden .... supervising sound editor
Adam Breeden .... foley artist
Adam Breeden .... sound effects editor
Adam Breeden .... sound re-recording mixer
Jackie Johnson .... sound recordist
Mark O'Russa .... dialogue editor
Sacha Rosen .... boom operator
 
Visual Effects by
Jason Mckee .... visual effects artist
Jason Mckee .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Arnold Chon .... stunt coordinator
Tony Schiena .... fight choreographer
Dan Skene .... stunt performer
Rick Skene .... stunt driver
Rick Skene .... stunt rigger
Sean Skene .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Allen Fraser .... still photographer
Terence Fuller .... key grip
Alex Gomez .... camera operator
Jason Heke .... first assistant camera
Christian Herrera .... camera operator
Christian Herrera .... jib operator
Jonathan Kennedy .... grip
 
Casting Department
Shelly Anthis .... casting
Shelly Anthis .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heather Neale .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Travis Berry .... assistant editor
Michael Pedraza .... additional editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Don Harrison .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Dave Brown .... firearms safety coordinator
Andrew Gallinger .... assistant location manager
Rochelle Hykawy .... location production assistant
John Edward Lee .... looping voices
Jackie Maylee Mason .... looping voices
Crystal Mikoluff .... production accountant
Celene Miles .... first assistant accountant
Mark S. Schneider .... business and legal affairs: Costa Abrams & Coate
Andrew Schulz .... locations key
Cliff Sumter .... location manager
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for bloody brutal violence, some strong sexuality and pervasive language
Runtime:
USA:99 min | Sweden:88 min (DVD version) (25 fps)
Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Australia:MA (2011) | New Zealand:R18 | USA:R (certificate #46153)

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Factual errors: The Japanese term he meant is used in martial arts and Zazen meditative practice, it is Mu-Shin. This is 'no mind' state.See more »

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9 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Cliché prison story with music video-like fast mo-slow mo fight scenes., 10 November 2010
Author: Boloxxxi from United States

After a drug sting operation goes bad with the death of 2 cops and the accidental death of the dealer, the cop who pretended to be a buyer in the sting is arrested some time later at his home where a search turns up money and drugs in the mattress of his bed. It is insinuated that he deliberately killed the dealer and his ass is sent to a prison where a criminal he sent away years before is running a "cage fighting" operation in the basement (Well, where else they gonna hold it?). At some point in the course of his stay, it is impressed on him by said criminal that he has to participate in the fights and "no" was not an option.

While this movie is a cliché of the genre (guy in prison fights to survive in illegal prison matches), it isn't unoriginality that necessarily spoils it because even original ideas can be executed badly. By the same token, old ideas can be done well. If you like clear, methodical, workman-like exchanges in your fight scenes you might not be happy with the "music video-editing-and-effects-type" of fighting employed here. Mind you, I think the music in this movie is good, and I like music videos --BUT-- this was a bit much. The whole film in retrospect seemed to me like one very long music video even though there were actually scenes without music. I wonder why?

Further, because of the way certain things were thoughtlessly thrown into this movie it seems to me that the people who made it were being exploitive and were probably using a formula directed at the younger crowd: hard rock and rap, visual effects (lots of slow mo & fast mo), and a little T&A thrown into the mix for good measure. So. Music, ass-whippings, and ass. A formula for success, no? "Not necessarily" is what this movie proves.

Instead of loud music, video editing and effects, the fight scenes should have been bare and workman-like; just 2 guys in a cage, mano a mano, showing their technique and the size of their balls with the only sound coming from their contacts and the crowd watching. This, by itself, with the same tired story-line would have been a great improvement. That said, the movie is not "worthless". It can provide "light entertainment" for the individual who just wants to kickback and not think too much. As well, if you can't get enough of music videos and don't mind your movie essentially turning into one, you could get something from this.

The guy wrongly convicted

The sadistic guard

The clueless or corrupt warden

The prison bully

The helpful cell-mate

The mess hall encounter

The threats

The showdown at the end

Can anyone put the list above to music? It should be a song by now. Love, Boloxxxi.

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