Imprisoned

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Synopsis

In the thriller, IMPRISONED, Dylan Burke (Juan Pablo Raba), attempts to move on from his former life as a criminal, with his true love, Maria (Juana Acosta). He soon realizes that his past will continue to haunt him, when he learns the new local prison warden, Daniel Calvin (Laurence Fishburne), has not forgiven him for an old crime. Calvin does everything in his power to make sure that Burke pays for his past mistakes, even going as far as to frame him for a murder he didn't commit, landing him back in jail. When the prison erupts into a riot, Burke and Calvin are each forced to make a choice between righteousness and revenge.

Cast

  • Laurence Fishburne
  • Edward James Olmos
  • John Heard
  • Esai Morales
  • Juan Pablo Raba
  • Jon Huertas
  • Fernanda Urrejola
  • Ana Isabelle
  • Juana Acosta
  • Luis de La Rosa

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Metacritic

50
Sep 14, 2019

Clumsy and meandering, Imprisoned seems unsure of whether it’s a story of personal revenge, an outcry against a corrupt regime, or a study of the Puerto Rican justice system.

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat
30
Sep 12, 2019

Its largely Hispanic cast and extensive Puerto Rico locations lend a unique quality to Paul Kampf's prison drama starring Laurence Fishburne as a morally corrupt warden. Unfortunately, those elements are the only original aspects of this turgid exercise in prison movie clichés which doesn't even manage to be convincing as melodrama. Although certainly well-meaning in its condemnation of capital punishment, Imprisoned is too dully executed to achieve its desired impact.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
38
Sep 9, 2019

Imprisoned never escapes its lack of drive, never takes on the urgency this scenario promises.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation