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Eric Brainard 5 months ago
Probably second best prison based movie to date. Redford & Gandolfini were fantastic.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Flo HM almost 2 years ago
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
Cesar Loya over 4 years ago
Luispah almost 5 years ago
Marlene 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
Juan Manuel over 5 years ago
Becky almost 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 6 years ago
Gerwin Klijn over 6 years ago
Diogo Almeida over 6 years ago
Ronan Conway almost 7 years ago
Jesse O'Brien over 7 years ago
Sunny Farnsworth over 7 years ago
Patrick Stadler ㋛ over 7 years ago
René Stalder over 7 years ago
The Last Castle is a 2001 American drama film directed by Rod Lurie, starring Robert Redford, James Gandolfini, and Mark Ruffalo. The film portrays a struggle between inmates and the warden of the prison, based on the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth. Eugene Irwin, a highly decorated U.S. Army Lieutenant General, court martialed and sentenced for insubordination, challenges the commandant, Colonel Winter, over his treatment of the prisoners. After mobilizing the inmates, Irwin leads an uprising aiming to seize control of the prison and remove Winter from command. The film was released on October 19, 2001, in the United States, grossing about $28 million worldwide. The low gross of the film in comparison to its high production and marketing expenses led some to call it a box office bomb. Lieutenant General Eugene Irwin (Robert Redford) is brought to a maximum security military prison to begin a ten-year sentence for his decision (in violation of a presidential...
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