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Let's Go To Prison (2006)

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Original Title : Let's Go to Prison
Director : Bob Odenkirk
Writer : Robert Ben Garant
Thomas Lennon
Michael Patrick Jann
Jim Hogshire
Genre : Comedy
Crime
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Marc Abraham, Matt Berenson, Armyan Bernstein, Marcy Carsey, Betsy Danbury, Debra Grieco, Scott Lew, Caryn Mandabach, Tom Werner, Paul Young
Music : Alan Elliott
Photography : Ramsey Nickell
Distributor : Argentina Video Home, Argentina Video Home, United International Pictures (UIP), Universal Pictures, Universal Studios
MPAA Rating : Rated R for language, sexual content, some violence and drug material.
IMDB ID : 0454987
Official site : http://www.letsgotoprison.com/
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poster for "Let's Go To Prison" by Bob Odenkirk (2006)
Let's Go To Prison (2006) - Bob Odenkirk
 

Starring

Dax Shepard John Lyshitski
Will Arnett Nelson Biederman IV
Chi McBride Barry
David Koechner Shanahan
Dylan Baker Warden
Michael Shannon Lynard
Miguel Nino Jesus
Jay Whittaker Icepick
Amy Hill Judge Eva Fwae Wun
David Darlow Judge Biederman
Joseph Marcus Pawn Broker
Nick Phalen John - 8 years
A.J. Balance John - 18 years
Jerry Minor Breen Guard
Mary Seibel Old Bartender
Susan Messing Stripper
Jim Zulevic Sgt. Barker
Bill McGough Deputy Mayor
Bob Odenkirk Duane
Bert Matias Korean Pharmacist
Salome St. Clair Mingha
Jordan Teplitz Board Member
Richard Bull Board Member
Mark Morettini Bailiff
Llou Johnson Black Juror
Nathan Davis Old Juror
Hans Holsen Cowboy Juror
Dana Leone Hildreth Punk Juror
Brad Berenson Prosecutor
Maureen Steindler Old Woman
Larry Neumann Jr. Derek
Anthony Irons Reggie
Bradley Grant Smith Randy
Ramses Jimenez Latino Dude
Eddie Martinez Latino Dude
Brian Jenkins Guard
Jimmy Kissane Commissary Guard
Matt Furlin Prisoner
Ellis Foster Cafeteria Worker
Scott Philyaw Chubby Prisoner
Laurent Crawford Visitation Guard
Manny Sosa Mexican Convict
Robert Gerdisch Billy
Rich Wilkie Young Guard
Drew Hastings The Mule
Sue Gillan Teacher
Ripper Brown Tough Prisoner (as Sidney "Ripper" Brown)
Joe Nunez Prisoner in Bathroom
Peter Burns Parole Board Head
Claudia Michelle Wallace Parole Board Member
Arraon Skippa Hixson Prisoner
Craig J. Harris Guard
Ed Smaron Guard
Theron Touché Lykes Prisoner
Tony De Leon Prisoner
Mick Napier Coroner
Michael Hitchcock Wine Taster
Tim Heidecker Wine Taster (uncredited)
Eric Hoffman Wine Taster (uncredited)
Tim Krueger Cowboy Prisoner (uncredited)
Scott Markus Inmate (uncredited)
James Powell Police Officer (uncredited)
Jonathan Samuels Prisoner (uncredited)
Eric Wareheim Wine Taster (uncredited)
 

Plot

John Lyshitski is a car stealing slacker, with a weed problem, and has been in Illinois' Rossmore State Penitentiary so many times, he knows it's entire population of both staff and cons by their fast names. Cursed with the old ill luck of being in the wrong place, at the wrong time, in possession of the wrong car, he's been deemed a lost cause repeat offender in the eyes of everyone else. When the heartless judge, who has been behind most of his sentences, goes to the big court house in the sky, John decides to ruin the man's legacy by having the judge's only offspring, Nelson Biederman IV, thrown in the slammer along with him. Here, the world-class selfish jerk learns a certain old lesson the hard way: Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. But has John somewhat gone too far in the payback department?
 

Comments

Putting this into my DVD player i didn't expect more than a few chuckles but i found myself laughing hysterically rather frequently. While i don't think every joke landed quite as well as Odenkirk would have wanted, the overall product was rather funny. Chi McBride has by far the funniest character in the film since he does fall in love with one of my personal favorites, Will Arnett. Dax Shepherd was surprisingly standable considering i'm really not a fan of his at all. Dylan Baker's "comment in the butt hole" joke i don't think quite made it... or maybe that was the point, so i didn't care much for him. Koechner was as funny as usual and all the stupid quirks of this movie made me laugh. Deep? No. Funny? Yes. What's funnier than a rich inmate struggling with a bunch of people who want to kill him or try to have dirty sex with him? That's funny.
 
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