Genres: Comedy and Adaptation
Release Date: November 17th, 2006 (wide)
MPAA Rating: R for language, sexual content, some violence and drug material.
Distributors:Universal Pictures Distribution
Directed by: Bob Odenkirk
JJ Rating: C+
Dax Shepard’s character is sent to prison several times by the same Judge. When he gets out of jail the last time he wants revenge but the Judge is dead so instead he finds his son who is played by Will Arnett. He gets Arnett sent to prison and he then gets himself sent to prison so that he could get his revenge on.
I don’t want to spend too much time on this movie because even though it was short it was a total waste of time for me. There were a couple of funny moments in the movie but nothing that would have me rolling on the floor. The funny moments were sparse and they weren’t that well done. They end up wasting an R rating. If you don’t think it’s possible go and see it and see how it’s possible. I would defiantly suggest no one see this movie.
But if you happen to see it, stay during the credits because that is actually the funniest part of the entire movie and the only reason I gave the movie a C+ instead of something far worse. I wanted to see that part again just because I was amused. I like facial expressions because they can be just plain funny.
The movie is like that kid that thinks he’s funny and continues to do things that are stupid and dumb until someone laughs. The only reason you’d laugh is that you’d hope that you could trick yourself into thinking he was funny so you won’t be so annoyed and that maybe he’d go away and not bother you any more. Well neither happened for me: I didn’t think the movie was funnier when I laughed nor did it go away because I stayed until the end. Had I not stayed I wouldn’t have laughed because I would have missed the great moves.
Let’s Go to Prison should have been Let’s go STRAIGHT to DVD and that would have had me avoid the entire mess in which I saw. But I did see it and all I can do is throw up a huge warning sign to anyone else that thinks it will be worth it. WARNING: Don’t see the movie it’ll be a waste of money. There….done.