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Trying to make up for the lack of originality is casting that is designed to pull in the curious. This includes Survivor: Africa's Jessie Camacho, Baywatch's Jose Salano and Alex Quinn who is the youngest son of THE Anthony Quinn. So let me save you the trouble. Camacho's blink and you miss it boob shot is a body double, Salano creates the most annoying wheelchair bound character perhaps in the history of cinema (and who gives a shite about the MEN of Baywatch anyway?), and Quinn does the family name no favors in this effort.
All that really leaves us with is the death scenes, which except for one nice head bashing courtesy of an Alcatraz sliding cell door, are either flat or largely off screen. This is the type of flick that promises to be mildly distracting B-movie fun, but it fails to rise (or sink) to that level.
Audio: When you have a round table discussion and every person involved is speaking at a different level, let's just say it's distracting.
"Pitch Black: A Night on Alcatraz": This is the single most boring, poorly done piece of "documentary footage" I have ever seen.
"In First Person: Cast and Crew": Whoops! Spoke too soon.
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