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Imprisonment in a foreign country... it may be a fate far worse than death. Jay Wagner (Robert Duvall) is framed for murder by his scheming grandfather (John Huston). Unjustly convicted, he faces 28 hard years of confinement in a crowded Mexican prison. Wagner's guilt-ridden wife Ann (Jill Ireland), who unwittingly aided in framing him by confiding in the grandfather, turns to pilot Nick Colton (Charles Bronson) and his partner Hawk (Randy Quaid) to help Wagner escape. Only the most cunning anddaring tactics can spring Wagner, so Colton must plan the impossible. BREAKOUT builds to an explosive climax when Colton launches an all-out desperate helicopter raid that will either rescue the prisoner or cost the lives of all involved.
Watchable, but only just...and that because of Bronson. Robert Duvall is barely there and Sherree North, as usual, is nearly intolerable (yes, worse than Jill Ireland!). Read morePublished 11 days ago by Laeki&Ryszko
It's OK. I guess I'm jaded because when you know the history of some Albuquerque judges, like Neil Candelaria, Richard Knowles, Theresa Baca, Angela Jewell, and Rosemary A. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cameltow- Albuquerque
Bronson at his best. Sound and picture have been upgraded. The story line will keep you laughing and excited at the same time.Published 3 months ago by David Trotman
Not the greatest movie of Bronson, but it is okay. I only viewed once, and no morePublished 4 months ago by Shelia M. Cook
Robert Duvall's Jay Wagner is set up by his own father-in-law (John Huston, automatic movie shorthand for evil after Chinatown) because of some damaging information he has about... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joe Smart
If you are a Bronson fan you will like this one. I thought it was a great movie. I also like Robert Duvall.
Its a good story line.