Let's Go to Prison

Release Date: November 17, 2006

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Now that Arrested Development has run its course, Will Arnett, who played Gob on the show, finds his schedule jam-packed with projects. The first one to see theatrical release is Let's Go to Prison, which puts him opposite the very funny and underrated Dax Shepard in Bob Odenkirk-directed effort.

Shepard plays a felon named John Lyshitski, a guy who has figured out the perfect way to exact revenge on the judge who sent him to jail. When that judge's obnoxious son, Nelson Biederman IV is wrongly convicted of a crime, John gleefully agrees to become Nelson's cellmate and introduce him to all the glorious ins and outs of prison life. Almost immediately, Nelson offends the wrong people and John "sells" his cellmate to Barry (Chi McBride) for some quality snuggle time.

If Prison Break has taught us nothing else, though, nothing ever goes quite as planned in the joint. Nelson becomes Big Man in Prison, and turns the tables on John, who must struggle to find a way out of his unexpected predicament. (Kim Hollis/BOP)

Vital statistics for Let's Go to Prison
Main Cast Dax Shepard, Will Arnett, Chi McBride
Supporting Cast Dylan Baker, David Koechner, Steve Dahl, Michael Shannon
Director Bob Odenkirk
Screenwriter Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Michael Patrick Jann
Distributor Universal
Trailer Click Here for Trailer
Official Site http://www.letsgotoprison.com/
Rating R
Screen Count 1,495
Talent in red has entry in The Big Picture



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