The Last Castle (2001)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller


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A court-martialed General rallies together twelve hundred inmates to rise against a corrupt and sadistic warden.


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  • James Gandolfini and Steve Burton in The Last Castle (2001)
  • Director ROD LURIE stands in front of the historic Tennessee State Penitentiary, which served as the location set
  • James Gandolfini in The Last Castle (2001)
  • Brian Goodman in The Last Castle (2001)
  • James Gandolfini in The Last Castle (2001)
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1 June 2002 | evilasahobby
6
| A good if predictable movie.
The Last Castle is a fine if somewhat predictable jail movie of redemption and determination against the odds. Having seen the previews I thought nothing of ever seeing the film, but saw it on the shelf in the video store and thought it would pass an evening.

It did that very well, and is worth seeing for at least one reason. Although Robert Redford puts in a solid performance, James Gandolfini steals this movie with his simpering, bully-boy performance. Despite knowing from the opening scene that he will undoubted lose against Redford's disgraced general, Gandolfini's depiction of a man in authority but with little power is very subtle and worth watching.

The rest of the film has some clever moments, but you see everything coming - Redford inspiring the other prisoners, the inevitable conflicts and the finale. The Last Castle is worth seeing once.

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Budget:

$72,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,088,213 21 October 2001

Gross USA:

$18,244,060

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$27,642,707

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