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LockdownThe movie follows Avery when he returns to college as a competitive swimmer after getting his life back on track. But his life takes another unexpected turn when he and his two friends are wrongly accused of murder and end up in prison.
Actors of "Lockdown"
Directors of "Lockdown"John Luessenhop
Creators of "Lockdown"Preston A. Whitmore IIBirthdate: 26 June 1962, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Critic Reviews of "Lockdown"Detroit NewsFebruary 14, 2003
Despite a low budget and predictable story line, Lockdown has undeniable power to it, fired by some fine performances and a terrifying portrayal of prison life that rings disturbingly true.Washington PostFebruary 14, 2003
Doesn't tell you much about prison life that the movies ... haven't told you already.Detroit Free PressFebruary 14, 2003
Benefits from authenticity, sincerity and an honest sense of outrage.Washington PostFebruary 14, 2003
What makes the movie memorable is its authenticity.Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionFebruary 13, 2003
Though over-the-top and simplistic, the film has a punchy B-movie grit and gusto.Long Island PressFebruary 17, 2003
Lockdown makes that excruciating and often terrifying ordeal of incarceration gut wrenching and palpable.TV GuideFebruary 14, 2003
[A] modest yet intermittently powerful film.Nitrate OnlineFebruary 14, 2003
Melodramatic and sincere, Lockdown shows the penal system's corruptions sensationally, in ways that distinguish it from sensational prison flicks like Seagal's trippy Half Past Dead (2002) or Stallone's histrionic Lock Up (1989).TheMovieReport.comJanuary 03, 2003
Here's hoping Richard T. Jones will get a chance to display his chops in a real movie sometime.
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