Stephen Dorff, as a building contractor who accidentally kills a home intruder, cuts a deal to do time for involuntary manslaughter in Felon. In the California State Prison at Corcoran, he survives by becoming a combatant in human dogfights, and though the film claims to be based on true events, the prison-gang sadism is laid on with a trowel. Val Kilmer, as a polite horn-rimmed sociopath with a heart of gold, keeps showing up to drop Nietzschean pensées. C
Felon Stephen Dorff, as a building contractor who accidentally kills a home intruder, cuts a deal to do time for involuntary manslaughter in FelonFelonDramaRic Roman WaughPT104MR Stephen Dorff, as a building contractor who accidentally kills a home intruder, cuts a deal to do time for involuntary manslaughter in Felon2008-07-30Stephen DorffHarold PerrineauStephen Dorff, Harold PerrineauSony BMG
Genre: Drama; Starring: Val Kilmer, Stephen Dorff, Harold Perrineau; Director: Ric Roman Waugh; Author: Ric Roman Waugh; Runtime (in minutes): 104; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: Sony BMG
Posted July 30 2008 — 12:00 AM EDT
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