Against The Wall details
|Starring:||Samuel L. Jackson, Kyle MacLachlan, Frederic Forrest, Harry Dean Stanton, Clarence Williams, Anne Heche|
Against The Wall
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||02 Jun 2003|
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excellent filmBy a customer from hertfordshire, england , 01 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]thoroughly enjoyed the film from start to finish. Samuel L Jackson and Kyle acting was very well done.
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Underated prison dramaBy Philippa72 (10 reviews) from Douglas , 26 Jun 2010I loved this film' starring Kyle MacLachan, a supporter of civil rights who ends up as a prison guard in a prison where civil rights are an issue. Both MacLachan and Samuel L Jackson are excellent in this movie, which points fingers at a prison system which sadly is still less than perfect.
brillBy sammiejay (1 review) from Whitehaven , 24 Nov 2009the moment i put this film on i was glued to the tele.. the problem with this film is you want to watch it again and again xxxx
disturbing/thought provokingBy a customer from London , 24 May 2009this film is very much underrated samuel is at his best leader of the black resistance who is despised by the brutal guards then comes a rookie prison guard who is not like the rest wants to give the priosoners a bit of dignity but is met with resistance a gain from the others who believe they are prisoners and should be treated in a inhumane way as they have no rights and the outside world does not care what happens to them the prisoners go on the ramage angry at the system and there treatment this film gives you an insight in to the prison system not for the faint hearted injustice at the end when the prisoners are shot dead
True story - A must see!By a customer from Kentish Town , 17 Nov 2007A must see film. True story too. Sam Jackson a star!
Doesn't stand up toBy IanStewart (129 reviews) from Melton Mowbray , 30 Sep 2006Some well-done fight scenes in this, but it just isn't in the same league as 'The Shawshank Redemption'. The story in this film is a bit two-dimensional and predictable.