The Last Castle (2001)
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as Gen. Eugene Irwin
as Col. Winter
as Clifford Yates
as Gen. Wheeler
as Capt. Peretz
as Sgt. McLaren
as Pvt. Niebolt
as Corp. Zamarro
as Kelly, Winter's Secr...
as Red Team Leader
as Clerk -- Staff Sgt.
as Honor Guard
as Wheeler's Aide
as Trustee No. 2
as Sgt. Moore
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Critic Reviews for The Last Castle
A dull, borderline inept action-prison drama, in which lead star Robert Redford is totally wasted.
Os diálogos são ótimos, os dois antagonistas são bem desenhados e corretamente vividos por seus intérpretes, mas é uma pena que, nos últimos minutos, torne-se formulaico demais.
After impressing with his debut, former film critic Lurie has destroyed all of his credibility in the space of two hours with this display of jaundiced jingoism.
Robert Redford's military prison drama contains cruel and unusual punishment -- for the audience.
Audience Reviews for The Last Castle
What a load of American drivel, an uninspired prison flick that bores and irritates the hell out of you!
I usually like seeing movies where the underdog finds a way to triumph over the nasty villain, but this movie is a bit hard to take. In five minutes of movie time General Irwin goes from "Hmmm, we should overtake this prison" to the full fledged revolt overcoming guns, water cannons and helicopters.
A flawed, if watchable drama concerning a former general (Robert Redford) who is sent to prison under the watch of a sadistic warden (James Gandolfini), and how he rouses the inmates to rise up against the corrupt warden. Redford is perfect as the silent rebel type, with Gandolfini an ideal fit as the ego maniacal villain. Although it is heavily cliched and suffers from an overdose of melodrama, the end still packs a punch despite its faults.
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