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In Mannsfield State Penitentiary, the warden has a special place for the most successful hustlers in the joint. It's called East Wing. If you live here it's because you have a hustle so sweet the warden wants you close so that his kick backs come easier. Twelve inmates reside in East Wing. Andrew Perryman was sent to Mannsfield on an eighteen month sentence. His father is a big wig and silently pays the Warden $50,000 a month to put young Perryman in with hardcore criminals to teach him a lesson. The Warden places Andrew in East Wing. Andrew caves psychologically because of all the intimidation and violence he sees. In an act of desperation he stabs a guard, Barron. The Warden quickly removes Perryman from East Wing. In an effort to get one of the other inmates to confess and keep his monthly pay off coming in, the Warden tortures all twelve inmates one by one. But the Warden greatly underestimates these twelve men and in doing so, he underestimates the human spirit.
Didnt think much of this dvd really watched but nothing special really one of them films to watch in nothing else onPublished on 17 July 2013 by Hayley Myles
The movie introduces the Mannsfield 12 by way of a rap sheet. While this is a quick way to give us background, it is impossible to memorize all that information.
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I'm normally a fan of action movies, even the ones oozing buckets of testosterone so I thought I would probably like this. Read morePublished on 16 Sept. 2010 by F. Martin
It has a varied cast of none-namers and the only diamond is Tony Todd.
The story itself is a good premise but poorly executed. Read more
Let's be honest, how many movies do you see that are made today that present the notion of friendship without it becoming corny and Disney like? Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 2009 by Caleb Williams
This is certainly a watchable enough film, but somehow it didn't quite come off. It largely tends towards a very gritty, realistic feel- displaying the corruption of prison life... Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 2008 by Wayne Redhart
Not quite sure where some of the other critics are actually coming from. Yes the film was badly lit, but it was a prison?! Read morePublished on 9 Nov. 2008 by David A. Nash
Craig Ross Jr's Mannsfield 12 is a story of prison life, of criminals on both sides of the law, and companionship against injustice. Read morePublished on 23 Oct. 2008 by carlosnightman
I was exicted and interested to see this film. I enjoy prison drama's and liked Tony Todd in the 'Candyman' films, so was looking forward to watching this. Read morePublished on 19 Oct. 2008 by Mr. L. Moreland