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When a career criminal's plan for revenge is thwarted by unlikely circumstances, he puts his intended victim's son in his place by putting him in prison...and then joining him.... (Full plot summary below)

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When a career criminal's plan for revenge is thwarted by unlikely circumstances, he puts his intended victim's son in his place by putting him in prison...and then joining him.

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San Antonio Express-News - 9/10 by Larry Ratliff If movies could be punished, Let's Go to Prison would be sent to solitary confinement for impersonating a prison comedy.
E! Online - 9/10 by Luke Y. Thompson Odenkirk's visual sense ain't the greatest, but he definitely knows funny.
OhmyNews.com - 8/10 by Brian Orndorf Since this stars Dax Shepard, a more appropriate title for Prison might've been Relentlessly Awful, Laugh-Free, Cinematic Torture Device.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Gregory Kirschling It's hard to get laughs out of stuff that devolved into parody 10 or 20 years ago.
EricDSnider.com - 7/10 by Eric D. Snider It has laughs, it has some cleverness, and it has a lot of problems. But it's not 'bad,' exactly. 'Dysfunctional' is more like it.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Neil Genzlinger It takes a while to realize that this is actually a sly, very funny comedy, one that stays admirably deadpan every time you think it’s about to veer into gross-out territory.
Variety - 6/10 by Dennis Harvey Unlike the vast majority of rude bigscreen comedies these days, "Prison" may actually improve with repeat viewings, since its best aspects are offhand enough to be missed the first time around.
NewsBlaze - 5/10 by Kam Williams Though sloppily edited like a bad B-movie, this poor man's version of Trading Places will undoubtedly resonate for anyone with a taste for gruesome gallows humor, and a desire to see a spoiled, rich kid get a taste of how the other half lives.
Detroit Free Press - 5/10 by John Monaghan The elements of dark comedy, prison system satire, and juvenile gross-out gags eventually blend like the slop ladled out for inmates at feeding time.
New York Daily News - 5/10 by Elizabeth Weitzman Odenkirk is an expert at the unexpected laugh. (This must be the first prison movie in which a cafeteria put-down involves the painter Lucian Freud.)
TV Guide - 4/10 by Maitland McDonagh The sad thing is that Arnett, Shepard and McBride quickly establish a loose, easy camaraderie that's a real pleasure to watch. The shame is that they're working with such unrewarding material.
Chicago Reader - 4/10 by J. R. Jones Shepard's character periodically rattles off damning statistics about America's booming prison industry, but most of the gags are of the don't-drop-the-soap variety.

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