Prison Break: The Final Break

Prison Break: The Final Break

The movie covers the events which occurred in between the downfall of The Company and the finale of the series. It details the arrest and incarceration of Sara Tancredi, the final escape plan which Michael devises for Sara. It also reveals the ultimate fate of Gretchen Morgan.

Michael (Wentworth Miller) and Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) wed, but the happiness is short lived when the Feds apprehend her for the murder of Michael's mother, Christina. Michael then hatches a plan to rescue his pregnant girlfriend from a women's prison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Prison Break: The Final Break torrent reviews

TheRantingAnchor R (us) wrote: Has some excellent performances, such as from Stone, Garfield, and Foxx, but is weighted down by an extremely convoluted story and two villains too many.

Kevin L (jp) wrote: Never seen Cirque De Soleil before but this is amazing. Different elements. This is not a movie though but of like a show.

Michael R (jp) wrote: Half Ass'ed "Thorn" Horror Movie....

CJ C (us) wrote: Nightmarish, surreal, disturbing, & extremely sad. When you think you understand the plot, he throws something bizarre at you again. This is Sion Sonos best flick as of yet (much better then the SUICIDE CLUB.)

Tara G (fr) wrote: I have finally seen this movie last night on television. It is an interesting story involving an (extended) family. I do enjoy the acting from the actress who portrays the main character Magdalena; I would like to see her in another movie. In addition, I enjoy the generation differences that are shown between the family; and how one individual does not allow the differences to overshadow which makes the characters learn about each other. Each character grows to be there for each other, to be there for others who are important to them. :)

Jesse O (br) wrote: Rob Zombie reminds me more of a horror version of Kevin Smith. Well, really, with the one exception that Zombie didn't have his first film showered with critical praise like Smith was for Clerks. What I mean by that is that, at this point, I don't think that Zombie is doing this for anyone other than himself. And I'm not even saying that he wasn't like that before, but I'm certain that there was a part of him, when he first was making House of 1000 Corpses that he would show people that he really could be an effective filmmaker. That didn't really transpire for House of 1000 Corpses, but you got to see flashes of potential with his follow-up movie, The Devil's Rejects which, to me, is still his best movie. He had a style that, while obviously influenced by the 70s grindhouse scene, still felt very much his own. It was stylish in a dirty and grimy sort of way. His previous two movies, the Halloween remake and its sequels, were an obvious step down in quality. And I never saw The Lords of Salem, though I did hear it was ambitious. The point is that, perhaps more than ever, Zombie is doing this simply because he enjoys making films. The fact that anyone else may like them, or they may not for that matter, doesn't play any part on why he makes films. And that's certainly an attitude I can respect, even from a manchild like Kevin Smith. But I digress, as far 31 goes. It feels very much like a spiritual sequel to The Devil's Rejects, both in terms of look, setting, time, cool 70s rock soundtrack. Is it a movie that's as good as The Devil's Rejects? Eh, not even close. At least for my liking. There are some people who believe that Zombie hasn't made a good movie yet and I maintain that The Devil's Rejects is the only good one he has. Personally, to me, part of the reason that I don't think that Zombie has grown as a filmmaker, or even found the same level of success as a filmmaker as he has as a musician, is the fact that he, seemingly, insists on casting his own wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, in an important role in, pretty much, every one of his goddamn movies. Sheri, as an actress, has only appeared in ONE movie that wasn't directed by her husband. She also appeared in one of the fake trailers that appeared in 2007's Grindhouse that was directed, you guessed it, by her husband as well. I'm sure Sheri Moon Zombie is a lovely human being, not saying anything negative about her on a personal level, but she is a horrifyingly bad actress. Just the worst. She even found her way into the Halloween remake, even if she committed suicide early on. She also found her way onto the remake's sequel, by way of flashbacks, flashbacks that I'm sure were written to get her in the film. So, yea, his insistence on casting his wife in everything he does has certainly kept him from higher profile gigs and she is really a detriment to the quality of the films. She's that bad. You could sort of hide her in the Devil's Rejects because Sid Haig and Bill Moseley are both great character actors, so Sheri's awfulness didn't stand out so much. In this movie, though, where almost everyone of the good guys is a terrible actor, she stands out more than everyone. And guess who's the only person to survive the entire ordeal? Yea. This movie didn't really do much for me. It's obviously inspired by the Purge, with a few little twists. This aristocratic group of elderly people, who I'm sure are wealthy, kidnap these people every year on Halloween night and take them to this large building, where they will play the game, the titular 31. Essentially, the game consists of a group of innocent people being hunted down by a group of maniacs for 12 hours. You get to see the 'big bad' of the maniacs at the beginning of the film, in a scene that took place during the previous year's game of 31. This is one of the problems from the very beginning, though you only think about it in hindsight, when it takes forever for the real villain of the movie to show up to make an actual impact. There are five maniacs before the real bad one shows up. And that really dulls the impact of the death of every character in the film, because you know the movie isn't really gonna move forward in any way before Doom-Head, the villain I'm referring to, shows up. So that means that a great chunk of the movie really is just killing time, sorry for the pun. And that's the last thing you really want to think about when it comes to this type of film, or any film for that matter, that you're just wasting time until the climax or until someone important arrives. Like I said, it makes any of the deaths that happen before that, this film's most valuable resource, unimportant. And, even with the acting being below standards from the 'good guys', the movie isn't horrible or anything like that. When I say that this movie is a spiritual sequel to The Devil's Rejects, I mean that. So that means that the stylishly dark and grimy feel is back and I liked that aspect of the film. The soundtrack is also really cool. The narrative is meh. The fact that it seems so much inspired by the Purge isn't a favorable comparison. The first Purge movie is even better than this, and I wouldn't call that a good movie to begin with. Don't even get me started on its sequels, both of which are good movies, when compared to this. Though, to be fair, both films vary in approach. The Purge sequels take more of an action/horror approach, so the violence isn't as gruesome as 31's violence wishes to be. And I say wishes to be, because the gore isn't that good either. It just feels considerably low-budget than the rest of the film, which does go after a dirtier look, though that doesn't mean it's a low-budgeted affair. The narrative is nothing to speak of either, you don't really get to know much about the aristocrats who bet on who's going to die last, or something, or why they play this game every year on Halloween night. I'd say that this is something that a sequel could more than make up for, but it's not like I really would like a sequel to this movie anyway. It doesn't have as great a concept as the Purge, where you could have gone so many different places with the sequel. The potential for this one is far more limited. The actors, at least on the villain side, are far better than the actors for the people that you're actually supposed to cheer for. So that was weird. Richard Brake is really good here. He doesn't have the best delivery at times, but he's got a very intimidating presence about him. His face certainly helps for that. The whole look with the face paint and the blood, his own, was cool as well. That's really some of the only things I like about the movie. Oh and the ending itself is pretty cool, if purposely vague. Though you're obviously leaning towards one direction. But the ending, with its use of Dream On by Aerosmith, a phenomenal song, recalls the ending of the Devil's Rejects with Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd. And, really, to me, that might actually be the biggest problem with this movie. It's the fact that it's just too much like The Devil's Rejects to truly be a good movie. You know it's a bad sign when all I was thinking while watching this was how TDR was such a better movie. I shouldn't be thinking that at any point. It's meant to be a completely different movie and yet it feels like more of the same. The maniacs in this movie are just a slight variation on characters we saw in Zombie's first two flicks. Now Zombie does create some effectively maniacal characters, but it's really more of the same. And that's a shame, even though I'm obviously not gonna say that Zombie is a great screenwriter, I just wish he'd spread his wings some more and do something different. I suppose that's what The Lords of Salem was and that was the one I DIDN'T watch. Maybe I will some day, if Netflix or Amazon Prime adds it to their sites. This isn't a terrible movie, I've seen much worse, but the fact is that this still isn't a good movie. It's barely below average. The shitty acting, the substandard gore and the fact that I've seen this before, except done much better, keep this from being a good or memorable experience. Watch at your own risk.

DeE S (es) wrote: Seen it a long long time ago. Okay.

simon m (mx) wrote: Swept Away combines sex and politics as two characters Gennarino(a communist, male-chauvinist pig) and Raffaella(a wealthy, selfish, capatalist slob) unexpectedly find themselves castaways on a deserted island. Before they become stranded though Raffaella and Gennarino first meet on a yacht where Gennerino sails the wealthy vacationers around the sea, while Raffaellla tests her soon-to-be shipwrecked opposite by putting him down and professing her politics endlessly in the direction of the contemptuous sailor Gennarino. Once stranded on the island the two change role; Gennarino uses his survival skills and begins to break down the proud, beautiful and unattainable woman. Gennarino constructs his own version of paradise by using violence and domination over Raffaella. Another thing that changes once on the island is the sympathy for Gennarino. Raffaella becomes more sympathetic while we become increasingly disgusted by some of Gennarinos' actions. On the island Raffaella(the capatalist) becomes the the victim of Gennarino's(the communist) rage. This is a harsh and ironic "romantic comedy" directed by Lina Wertmuller(a leftist). Many won't understand what Wertmuller was going for here. Many will concentrate on the violence aspect and won't pick up on the more subtle, real issues that develop between the two characters. The fact that the roles are reversed once they get stranded on the island needs to be interpreted more as a caricaturl portrait of social and political submission. It shouldn't be taken so literally. I am sure that Wertmuller wasn't condonint the violence and the sado-masochistic behavior, but wanted it to be seen more as an ironic, humanistic story. I liked the ending(where things turn once more)and made me continue to ponder this essential, funny and sentimental film. Beware of the Madonna, Guy Ritchie remake. This is a great film that won't be so liked by the PC crowd.

Kurt R (br) wrote: Wow. What a real crap fest this was. The ONLY good thing about this movie was the original marketing "claiming" that the footage is "real". Well, it IS crappy enough to be shot buy a teenager. Don't waste your time. The original movie filed in the late 70's is far superior in every way.