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Jailbait (2014)

TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, Romance | Video 18 February 2014
Anna Nix is sent to a juvenile prison for the murder of her abusive stepfather. In the prison, she discovers relationships, drugs, complex mental illness, and her eventual search for redemption.

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Jared Cohn

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Jared Cohn (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sara Malakul Lane ... Anna Nix
Erin O'Brien ... Kody
Steve Hanks ... Frank Baragan
Andray Johnson ... Correction Officer Brown
Jennifer Robyn Jacobs ... Genie (as Jennifer Jacobs)
Samantha Cardona ... Jane
Robert Sisko ... Stepfather
Cynthia Dallas Cynthia Dallas ... Correctional Officer Linda Rays
Bill Devlin ... Mr. Perillo
Marguerite Nocera Marguerite Nocera ... Dr. Xan
Barrett Perlman Barrett Perlman ... Jo
Laura Alexandra Ramos Laura Alexandra Ramos ... Camille
Christabel Rivero ... Betty - Anna's Mother
Tammy Klein ... Judge
David Brite David Brite ... Mr. White
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A gritty coming of age thriller about a young girl sent to juvenile prison for the murder of her abusive stepfather. The film follows Anna Nix's journey into the dark world of an all girls jail where she discovers complex relationships, drugs, mental illness, and her eventual search for redemption. Written by Anonymous

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Innocent. Guilty.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

17 & Life: Jailbait See more »

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The Asylum, Broken Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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Based on the graphic novel of the same name. See more »

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Following the fight scene and the subsequent infirmary visit. Anna goes to see the Warden, then returns to her cell. Genie and Anna proceed into a love scene but when Anna removes her top, the bruises that were present only moments ago are not there. See more »

Quotes

Frank Baragan: I'll tell you what. You don't want to go back to solitary.
Frank Baragan: Then whatcha gonna do? You're gonna give me the best blowjob you've ever given.
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Running from my Shadow
Lyrics by Vanessa McNeil
Music by The Velvet Teaparty
Performed by The Velvet Teaparty
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Another Awful Asylum Flick
28 November 2015 | by opackersfanSee all my reviews

I only went into this movie knowing that it was an Asylum film. I've seen plenty of their bad mockbusters before, and out of curiosity I had to watch this one. And, it was one of the worst movies I've honestly ever seen. It can hardly even be called a movie, but more on that later.

The premise of this movie makes no sense. So, a young woman or teenage girl (her age isn't exactly made clear, but the actress playing her is in her 30's) accidentally kills her stepfather, who was trying to rape her, while she was defending herself. Okay, I know we're supposed to check reality at the door when watching a film, but there's a line. This premise makes no sense, like I said earlier. No court in the western world would lock up a woman that accidentally killed her attacker while defending herself, especially not in the US where "stand your ground" laws are all over the place. It isn't at all believable in the the slightest.

Some people call this film softcore pornography, but it really isn't that. Honestly, softcore pornography can be fun to watch, because even in softcore pornography films there is a decent plot usually. This has none of that. There's a lot of skin in it, sure, but even the sex in the movie is incredibly awkward. Not at the least I believe this 30+ year old woman is portraying a teenage girl, but it's honestly hard to tell since they never come out and say her supposed age. It really doesn't matter, though, because it's stupid.If anything the idea this is all supposed to be happening to a teenager is even worse.

Plus, there are the plot holes. In the scene where her stepdad dies he clearly falls on something and slits his throat open, yet later in the movie another inmate claims she knows why she was there and that she pushed her stepdad out of a window, even though that's clearly not what happened.

There's another problem, though: none of the characters in the movie are consistent, especially the main character. I simply don't get it. I guess I'm not supposed to, though. The gang leader she has sex with also makes no sense. Both of their personalities are all over the place. The only consistent character is the roommate of the main character, but she's hardly in it.

If anything, she should have been the main character. A story about a quiet, withdrawn teenage girl that was locked in a youth prison who struggles with prison would have made a better story, especially without the nudity. You know, a film that focuses on a plot instead of cheap nudity to get attention. That would take effort on the part of the Asylum, though, which they won't do.

That's neither here nor there, though, because that's not what the film is. I won't judge this movie for what it wasn't. Instead I'll judge it for what it is: A steaming pile of crap.


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