Movie Meme: Prison Break



This is a weekly movie meme hosted by The Bumbles Blog.

Anyone can join. Just go to your blog and create a post on the topic linking The Bumbles Blog as the host of the topic. Visit back to The Bumbles Blog and leave a link to your post in their Comments section.

This week's topic is all about your favorite prison movies. Shawshank Redemption seems to be the big favorite of the The Bumbles and the movie is still in my TBW (To Be Watched) list. Don't judge me please. XD

I can't remember a lot of prison movies I saw and I'm trying really hard to think of one... Okay finally thought of 4... 

The Green Mile - Tear Jerker.
Chicago - This movie makes being in jail look cool. Pop! Six! Squish! Uh Uh! Cicero! Lipschitz!
Ernest Goes To Jail - Hilarious but for others they find it unfunny.
The Killing Fields - Is this considered a prison movie? Or a war movie? It will also show you the atrocities of Khmer Rouge.

















8 comments:

gnoegnoe said...

True! The Green Mile is a very good movie. Other good prison movies that popped up: Shutter Island (Scorsese), Un Prophète (which was nominated for an Oscar this year) and my favourite: Birdy!!

boliyou said...

Ernest Goes to Jail! Brilliant! I liked Chicago, too. I haven't seen the others, though.

Lindsey said...

Aww now, the Ernest films are funny! I always use the line, 'Know whatta I mean, Vern?' Hahaha!

Anne said...

Thanks for dropping by guys!

I haven't seen Shutter Island yet. I must put it in my TBW list. =)

Anne said...

@Lindsey: They were my favorite films when I was young, which is during the time of VHS tapes! XD

Amy said...

Nice list, Anne! The Green Mile is on my list, too. Great movie.
I think The Killing Fields is an excellent choice. I define prison more liberally than some might, hence Life is Beautiful is on my list.
Amy's Monday Movies

~ Amy

Lulu said...

I love green mile... a lot of us choose this movie

My Prison Movie Favorites

The Bumbles said...

The Killing Fields was such an emotional movie. The atrocities of war equate prison to me.

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