Escape from Death Block 13 (2021) Movie Script

[suspenseful music]
[birds chirping]
[cash register clattering]
[crows cawing]
[machines whirring]
[vehicle beeping]
[grinder whirring]
Back that way, okay?
[vehicle engine whirs]
Hey, pal, what are
you doing over there?
Yeah, that's right, I'm
talking to you, pal.
You're not supposed
to be back here.
I'm looking for Mr. Renda.
That's Mr. Renda.
Mr. Renda.
Is he the big boss?
Yeah, you got that
right. He's the owner.
What do you want to see him for?
It's a personal
matter about my brother.
[Manager] Excuse
me, sir, are you busy?
Yeah, yeah.
Hello? Oh.
That son of a bitch.
I'm always busy. What is it?
I gotta guy down here
I think you're going
to want to meet.
I'm busy. Tell
him to get lost.
You're going to want
to talk to this guy, sir.
Trust me.
All right.
Who the fuck is that?
Guy says he's Kovacs' brother.
All right, bring him up.
[machines distantly whirring]
All right, bring him in.
Come a little closer.
Who are you, huh
I'm Miklos Kovacs.
Laslo was my brother.
Yeah, you got
any identification?
It's all right.
Hey, I got papers inside.
He's just doing his job.
Hey, bring that over here.
He's got papers.
You come prepared, huh?
[vehicle distantly beeping]
So, family, hm?
Yes, he was my brother.
I tried to call on the
phone and send many emails,
but you didn't answer me.
About what?
The money that you
owe for his family.
The money, what money
are you talking about?
It's okay, let him go.
The fuck is this, huh?
It's the death benefit
from your company.
You owe, for his
family, $12,750.
I came here to get the money
because I couldn't reach you.
That's very interesting.
Yes, I will take
the money now please.
I have to get to the airport.
My flight leaves tonight.
He'll take the money now.
[bodyguard laughs]
I guess he will.
[group laughs]
You must pay the
money for my brother.
It is the law. It is in
his contract with you.
Sure, no problem.
It's in his contract.
Yeah, I got the money.
Here you go, right here.
There it is. There's
your money, all right?
Yeah, go buy your
family gumbo with that.
What about the
rest of the money?
There is no more money, pal.
Now scram.
Get the fuck outta here.
Hey, boss, check this out.
A hammer, a ball-peen hammer?
What is this?
What do you want me to do, huh?
Do you want me to break
your balls with this, huh?
[Mr. Renda laughs]
It's for my brother's
family, a souvenir.
A souvenir.
Who the fuck brings home
a ball-peen hammer, huh?
Let me ask you that.
All I want is the
money and I will go away.
I don't want any
trouble out here.
You don't, huh?
All right, this is how
this is going to work.
Number one, you take
this bull-peen hammer
back to that shit-hole
country you're from,
and that shiny
quarter I gave you,
and then shove it
up your fucking ass.
I will not leave
here without $12,750.
I will not leave here.
Oh, yes, you will leave
here, you fucking moron.
Go ahead, show him a little
hospitality on the way out.
All I want is the money!
I just want what you owe
my brother, nothing more!
Get him the fuck outta here.
I'll give ya what I owe ya!
[Bodyguard] Move it!
[Miklos] I don't want
to make trouble here.
[thug grunts]
Hey, hey, what are you doing?
A ball-peen hammer.
[suspenseful music]
[thug grunts]
[Miklos groans]
[intense music]
[thug groans]
[thug shouts]
[men grunting]
[thug groans]
[gunshot bangs]
[thug groans]
[suspenseful music]
[thugs groaning]
Easy now.
Take it easy.
I'm sorry. Are you okay?
You shot me, you asshole!
I don't want any
more trouble here.
[suspenseful music]
One move, one move
and I'll paint the floor
with your pea-brain all
over it, you hear me?
Get down.
Slide down nice and
easy, nice and easy.
Don't move.
Don't you fucking move.
Slide the gun, slide the gun.
[gun clatters]
[ominous music]
I don't want to hurt anyone.
I just want the
money and I'll leave.
Yeah, you'll leave.
You just want the money
and you'll leave, huh?
Now you'll leave!
[Miklos grunts]
[foreboding music]
I need a new crew.
[thug groans]
[suspenseful music]
[police radio chattering]
[camera clicking]
[footsteps echoing]
[indistinct chattering]
Mr. Kovacs, Detective
Borelli will speak with you.
This way, she's waiting.
[staff indistinctly chattering]
Here he is, detective.
Miklos Kovacs.
I'm Detective Borelli.
Please, have a seat.
This is Special
Agent Langley from,
sorry, what department
did you say you were from?
Not important.
What is important is
we have cooperation.
I am fantastically
interested in
getting to the bottom line
of this drug smuggling ring.
A major drug ring
set up an operation,
running opioids
through our county.
And you're connected.
I am not into doing drugs.
Your criminal charges.
Assault, attempted
murder, extortion charges,
all filed by Albert Renda,
the owner of the
recycling company.
That was self-defense.
They assaulted me.
You go in there demanding
money, you beat up an employee,
and then you take out a
gun and shoot someone.
But that's not what happened.
I only came for the
money he owed my brother.
Albert Renda has
a different story
and he has plenty of witnesses.
I'm telling the truth.
I swear I didn't go
there to hurt anyone.
What's this, huh?
What, this was just
lying around there too?
No, it's mine.
It was in my bag.
I was taking it home
with me, a souvenir.
Hah, a souvenir.
Yeah, a souvenir for
my brother's family.
My family name is Kovacs.
In Hungary, where I'm from,
Kovacs means blacksmith.
The blacksmith, he uses
a hammer for his work.
I was bringing it back
home for a souvenir,
and like Simba, my
brother, he died,
but the hammer, like our
family name, lives forever.
You understand me?
Made in America.
Look, if I wanted
to hurt that guy,
I wouldn't do a hammer to do it.
[fist thumps]
Yeah, yeah, and judging
by those two thugs
whose asses you kicked,
you know, you've got some
good experience, you military.
For a short time
when I was younger.
All right, all right.
So you a tough son of a bitch.
There's plenty of
that shit in a prison.
Let me see you handle them.
My lawyer said I
might not do time.
He said he would help me.
We might not be
able to help you.
Mr. Renda and his witnesses
have a strong case against you
and the judge
you're going before
is married to Mr.
Renda's sister-in-law.
That judge is going to
throw the book at you.
Yeah, that's
some old backwoods
down-home justice going down.
You're looking at 5 to
10 years, and after that,
you'll get tried on
immigration violations.
Ooh, that's a lot of
time for self-defense.
But I didn't do those
things, what they say.
That wasn't my fault.
It's their fault, it's
your fault, it don't matter!
You are going to Pleasant Hill,
and don't let the name fool you.
There ain't nothing, nothing
pleasant about that place.
I can't go to prison.
I have a family.
I have to go home,
take care of them.
Please, can you help me?
Here's the thing.
What if your brother was
working with the drug ring?
My brother wouldn't do that.
[foreboding music]
He never used drugs.
He was a good man.
But we have information.
Someone on the inside knows
something about the drugs
that have moved through here.
Say he was in the wrong
place at the wrong time,
said the wrong thing,
and was murdered.
My brother was murdered?
By who?
Give me the last name, please.
What would you do
if you found him?
I would find out
what's happened.
Depends what happened.
We don't have a
name, Mr. Kovacs.
This is an ongoing
but we could use your help.
What do you want from me?
This is it.
You're going to be
sent to Pleasant Hill.
Now, some of the inmates there,
they have knowledge about
the drug smuggling ring.
You're going to be
my ears, my eyes.
If you hear, see
something, smell something,
you let me know.
When the time is
right, I'll reach out
and see if I could
reduce your sentence.
You want me to be
a prison snitch?
Mr. Kovacs, please
understand this.
This is your choice. We
can't make you do this.
Listen, I only
came for the money,
what he owed my brother.
Yeah, right,
right, the $12,750.
That's right.
I don't want any
more trouble here.
I got news for you, jail bait.
You already in a
world of trouble,
and the world's
about to explode!
You want to take your time?
You'll have plenty of time
up there in Pleasant Hill.
Now, you let me know
when you decide.
[foreboding music]
I'll be around.
I'll be back in a few minutes.
Agent Langley, wait. That's it?
You're just going to walk away?
I thought you were going to
work with me to help him.
He doesn't wanna help.
You didn't try very hard.
We checked this dude out.
He's got some bad history.
Not much different
from yours, I hear.
I don't know.
I didn't know you were
that interested in me.
I'm not. I just like
knowing who I'm working with.
Okay, now that we have
our relationship in order,
do you wanna tell me
why this guy is deserving
of your attention?
I believe him.
And I believe
there's a connection
between his brother's
death and the drug ring.
And what?
Look, just give me a little
bit more time with him.
I'll see if I can get
him to work with us.
You're wasting your time.
That dude is bad news.
[foreboding music]
[somber music]
[gate creaks]
[Driver] Delivering
prisoners 258 and 259.
Bring 'em in.
[suspenseful music]
[car rumbles]
[Officer] Let's go.
[suspenseful music]
[Guard] Come on!
[cell door slams]
[crowd chattering]
Hey, look, fellas!
We've got ourselves a
real movie star tough guy.
No, this cat's
a real superstar.
Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof!
Now, calm down, we
don't want any enemies.
Don't worry, he don't bite.
Now, all your adoring
fans in here...
Man, who's he role-playing?
Old Paco won't last a week.
Two to three weeks, max.
[crowd chattering]
Hold on, there's
your new home.
Hey, stay down.
Don't fight it.
They'll get bored and
it'll be over quicker.
Fight what?
[ominous music]
Lock 'em up!
Come on.
[crowd chattering]
[Officer] Back to
your cells, let's go!
Move it!
[cell doors slamming]
[somber music]
[ominous music]
[prisoner laughs]
Rock-a-bye baby
on the treetop
When the wind blows,
the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks,
the cradle will fall
- Oh, yeah!
- Who's that coming?
And down will come baby
[Prisoner] Hah, new boy!
[keys jingling]
And the cradle will fall
[Guard] Prisoner 258,
step out of your cell.
I'm here.
[Guard] Exit the cell.
[somber music]
[suspenseful music]
What do you want?
[Guard] All the
way out of your cell.
[ominous music]
[Miklos groaning]
[Prisoner] Damn,
god damn, fucker!
[taser whirring]
[Miklos groaning]
[prisoner laughs]
[Miklos gasping]
[Miklos groaning]
[taser buzzing]
Stay down and don't fight it.
[Miklos grunting]
[tasers buzzing]
[Miklos groaning]
No, no, no, no, no!
No, no, no!
[prisoner cackles]
[tasers buzzing]
[Miklos groaning]
Stop it, stop it!
[Prisoner] Hey, all right!
He'll feel that
one in the morning!
[prisoners chuckling]
Welcome to Cellblock
13, brother!
[prisoners laughing]
[Prisoner 2] It's
gonna be real pretty.
[Prisoner 3] Thanks
for the show, partner.
[solemn music]
[Miklos grunts]
[cell door slams]
[toilet burbles]
[lights buzzing]
[metal hatch creaks]
[cell door creaks]
[somber synth music]
Good morning, Miklos.
What would you like
in your coffee?
I have cream, half and half,
sugar, cane sugar,
sweet and low,
and my personal
favorite, natural honey.
It comes from a little
farm right up the highway.
Just black.
Well, nothing wrong
with black coffee.
That strong Joe must really
get your blood flowing.
Terrible things you have to
do to keep people in control.
I'm building a
better place here,
and all I need is cooperation.
It makes everything
less complicated.
You agree?
Makes sense.
Okay, Miklos, this is
how it's going to work.
You follow the rules.
You don't cause any problems
and you do your job,
and you'll find I'm very
easy to get along with.
If not, well, you already
know what happens.
So, why don't we make
this a pleasant experience
for the both of us?
What do you say?
I understand.
We have cooperation.
You know, from time to time,
issues arise that need
special attention.
You know, Miklos, I'm
always on the lookout
for a problem solver.
The benefits can
be quite appealing.
Have a pleasant day.
[solemn music]
[geese honking]
[crowd chattering]
[somber synth music]
Hey, buttercup, how'd
you sleep last night?
Arf, arf, arf!
Hey, it's my girlfriend,
just the way I like
her, sunny side up!
[prisoners laugh]
[Prisoner] Good one.
[crowd chattering]
Fresh meat.
Hey, pal, park it right here.
The name's Bud.
I'm Miklos, but call me Mick.
Too bad we had to meet
in a place like this.
This is Greenhorn.
That there's Pappy.
Nice to meet you.
Call me Tex.
I'm in the cell
right next to yours.
I remember you.
Well, you should have
remembered what I told you.
Stay down and don't fight it.
Would've been a whole
lot less painful.
You let other
people beat on you?
You don't fight back?
Everybody gets a welcome
mat on the first night.
Not everybody handles
it like you do though.
You're a tough man, mister.
Warden give you the speech?
She serve you coffee?
Yeah, she did.
Regular or decaf?
[group laughs]
The man just got
his clock cleaned,
and you're worried
about whether or not
he had regular or decaf.
Maybe he doesn't like decaf.
You know, 75% of coffee
drinkers don't like decaf.
What are you even
talking about, you retard?
It wasn't very
good. It was decaf.
[group chuckles]
See, I told you I was right.
Why doesn't the guy over
there eat what we eat?
You mean Bunyan?
He's got his nose so
far up the warden's ass
that he can count the
fillings in her teeth.
Bunyan does special
assignments for the warden.
He gets to eat like a king.
Someone's going to feel the
wrath of Bunyan very soon.
Oh, he's the
warden's black cat.
Fear not the black hand!
For it is a hand
of fate by which
the shiny knight enters into
the depths of Dragomire!
That's Wizard. He's
from another planet.
You better watch out. He
might put a spell on you.
[Wizard groans]
[foreboding music]
[Guard] Bring your shovels
and get this drain cleaned up.
[Officer] Stop
yakking and get to work.
Clean it up.
[shovels clattering]
[Guard] Get those
bags off the truck
and stack them in the courtyard.
[Officer] Come on,
come on, hop to it!
Let's move it.
[Wizard grunts]
Let's go, old man.
Put your back into it.
[Wizard grunts]
[Wizard groaning]
By the power of Dragomire,
I will turn you into hen's teeth
and scatter you
across the heavens!
[Wizard groaning]
You wanna go, old man?
[Wizard grumbles]
Get back to work.
You too.
[Wizard grunts]
Move those shovels, come on!
Bravo, bravo.
You dare mock the wizard?
No, no, sorry.
I beg forgiveness, oh great one.
A little piece of info.
Get yourself a gimmick.
It keeps people away and
helps you to survive in here.
Sounds like good advice.
Wanna know a secret?
See that building over there?
That's D Block.
Know what's in the
sub-basement of D Block?
Shh, tunnels.
- [foreboding music]
- [Guard] Get back to work!
- You've seen them?
- I used to play in them
when this place was
an insane asylum.
Those tunnels were used to carry
dead bodies out of D Block.
D Block was the morgue.
Those tunnels go back hundreds
of yards into the woods.
Get your ass in that
tunnel, you're a free bird.
[Wizard clucks]
[Wizard chuckles]
[Bunyan] Hey, buttercup,
that rake doesn't
work on its own.
Put some grease into it!
[PA alarm beeps]
[Officer] Break
time, 15 minutes!
[foreboding music]
[Bunyan chuckles]
Hey, fellas, let's go.
[suspenseful music]
- Let's do this!
- Come on, fellas.
Hey, hey, boy!
I can't see you, but
I can sure smell ya!
[Bunyan chuckles]
Your king awaits!
[Prisoner] Let's do this!
Come out, come out,
wherever you are.
Yeah, yeah, get him, come on!
Come on, man, fuck
this clown, come on!
Oh, million dollar body!
So you want a shot
at the master?
[Prisoner] Come
on, Bunyan, come on!
Well, I'm the king
of Cellblock 13.
Nail that punk-ass
bitch, come on!
You can be my court jester.
Let's get down to
business, scrotum skull.
[crowd cheering]
[tense music]
[Bunyan groans]
[Crowd] Yeah!
[crowd murmuring]
Lucky punch, lucky.
Lucky punch.
What's going down?
[crowd cheering]
Time to thin the herd.
That's the new guy, Chaney.
[Bunyan] Had enough
yet, Chaney, huh?
He's been rounding up a
posse to take over Block 13.
Only one king of the
block and that's Bunyan,
and he ain't about
to give up the crown.
[Bunyan] You
punch like a girl!
Why don't the guards stop it?
Stop it? Heh, hell,
they're placing bets.
They like the entertainment,
and it gives them a chance
to make a little extra
cash on the side.
And the warden
gets 50% of the pot.
[crowd cheering]
So the guards beat the
hell out of us at night,
and then we beat the hell
out of each other in the day.
Welcome to Warden
Jack's Country Club.
She's up there now, watching us.
She likes to keep her distance,
just in case things get ugly.
Man, this ain't fair.
There oughta be
a law against it.
There are laws against it.
Laws in here, shit.
Just saying, there oughta
be something we can do.
Well, first, you need
to learn how to write.
Then maybe you can
write your Congressman.
Lotta good that'll do.
[Bunyan] Try this on for size.
[crowd cheering]
[tense music]
Get him, yeah!
Come on, Chaney, huh?
[Chaney groans]
[crowd cheering]
[men groaning]
[crowd cheering]
Come over here,
come over here!
[crowd cheering]
Come on, you got it, Chaney!
[crowd cheering]
[Bunyan shouts]
That's the way it's done!
I'm the king of Cellblock 13!
I'm Bunyan, and Bunyan
rules this place!
[Chaney groans]
[crowd cheering]
[Bunyan groaning]
[crowd shouting]
[intense music]
It's getting ugly.
I'm outta here.
[crowd shouting]
[prisoner groans]
You don't touch the ponytail!
[crowd shouting]
Hey, Chaney, Chaney!
I'm the king of
Cellblock 13, baby!
[crowd shouting]
[gas hissing]
[men coughing]
[tense music]
Get their attention.
[gunshots banging]
[man screams]
That's enough!
[foreboding music]
240 pounds of twisted
steel and sex appeal
Come one, come all, and see
the baddest mother of them all!
Shut it down, boys!
[Officer] Keep your hands up.
Let's go, line 'em up!
[crowd shouting]
I pack a mean punch!
You challenge Bunyan, and
I'll beat you your lunch!
[Bunyan chuckles]
[solemn music]
Let's go, move!
[Officer] Keep it
moving, pull 'em up.
Did I get him?
You got him good.
- Did I get him?
- You got him.
You kicked his ass.
You kicked his ass.
Come on, move it!
[Officer] Let's
go, line 'em up!
[Guard] All
right, everybody up!
[Officer] Move it!
[Guard] On your
feet, let's go!
[Officer] All right, hands up.
Let's go, move!
Let's go.
[solemn music]
[Miklos] I heard this place
used to be an insane asylum.
Is that true?
[Tex] Yeah, a
long time ago, why?
This guy was talking
something about the D Block,
and what's under it.
Oh, you've been
talking to Wizard.
I guess he told you about the
not-so-secret tunnels, huh?
You know that dude's
batshit crazy, right?
Maybe he is, but
what do you think?
What do I think,
about tunnels?
Well, I guess
anything's possible.
They just sealed them off when
they built D Block, though.
It's not like you
hear of a prison
with ready-made escape tunnels.
You've been here,
like, what, 21 hours
and you're already
thinking about escaping?
I like to have options.
Why don't you talk to Wizard?
Maybe he could
make you invisible,
then you could just
walk on out of here.
You know, that's
one I didn't think of.
[somber music]
[crow cawing]
[van distantly rumbles]
[ominous music]
[pigeon cooing]
[pigeon flutters]
[prisoner distantly coughs]
[tires screeching]
[prisoner distantly coughing]
Hey, Mick, do
think you can show me
how to do that thing
with your eyes?
You know, that thing
you do with your eyes,
the way you look at
people, that death stare.
Can you show me how to do that?
I don't know what
you are talking about.
But I will show
you how to box.
You could teach me how to box?
Yes, I will show you some
techniques for self-defense.
Whoa, awesome,
Mick, thank you.
[Greenhorn grunts]
[foreboding music]
Oh, shit.
[Greenhorn grunts]
Hey, not those bags!
Grab these bags!
Move your ass.
Let's go, double time.
[alarm beeps]
[Guard] Got a visitor, Kovacs.
[ominous music]
I didn't know you were coming.
I like to keep in touch
with all the cases I work.
I'm sorry, not cases.
With the people involved.
Mhm, I know.
It's good to see you.
It's good to see
your beautiful face.
Why, thank you.
No beautiful faces in
prison, all like mine.
You're not bad, trust me.
I've seen some doozies.
Just an expression,
a doozy, like, uh...
[Borelli speaks in
foreign language]
Oh, yes, I understand.
Have you been thinking
about what we discussed
about your rehabilitation?
Yes, I have something.
I have seen some things in here.
I know that your
transition has been hard,
but some really bad
things go on here,
and you have to stay positive.
How are things going?
Any friends?
Some, yes.
I work every day in the yard.
Sometimes, around the building.
I work in materials
to cover the grounds.
How you say, landscaping.
Landscaping's good.
Work helps keep your
mind off things.
Learn new skills.
I'll talk to the parole board
and let them know
you're working hard
and following the rules.
We'll see if we can get
your sentence reduced.
I've been doing a little
research on your golden boy.
What did you find?
It seems Mick Kovacs
may not be exactly
who we think he is.
He's in for carjacking,
but his actual offenses are
extortion and attempted murder.
Well, how did
this mistake happen?
It looks to me like
somebody was doctoring the
files at the police station.
Who would do that?
I don't know yet,
but I'm working on it.
Oh, and guess who
filed the complaint?
Albert Renda.
Good work.
[ominous music]
Keep digging.
I'm on it.
[Warden Jack sighs]
[Guard] Time's up,
Kovacs, let's go.
[foreboding music]
[birds chirping]
Is he in or out?
I'm getting him to
come around with you.
Can we use him?
[car engine rumbles]
[crow caws]
This Laslo guy
was snooping around.
He knew our operation.
I had to take him out.
How the hell did I know his
brother was going to show up?
If I had known that, I
would've blew his head off
when I had the chance, but
I was just trying to be,
as they say, proactive,
you know what I mean?
[Albert] Yeah.
You never mentioned
the little problem you
hit with his brother.
I told you, I took care of it.
I don't want you
taking care of anything
on your own right now.
You run everything by me.
We have some big shipments
coming in next week,
and I don't want
any more surprises.
Okay, boss, you're the boss.
As I was saying,
I was just trying to be
proactive, all right?
Do me a favor.
Don't be so proactive.
Man, do me a favor.
Don't mess with that guy.
- I mean her.
- She's rough.
She's rough, yeah.
[ominous music]
Oh, don't do this, no!
I didn't do anything!
I swear, I didn't!
[prisoner groaning]
Come on, please!
Oh, no, no, no, no!
Please don't do this, no!
You don't gotta do this, no, no!
[prisoner groaning]
Oh, oh, no, no, no, no, no, no!
[taser buzzing]
I swear I didn't
do anything wrong!
Please, no!
Please, don't, no,
no, guys, guys, guys!
[Greenhorn screaming]
[tasers buzzing]
Oh, no.
[Greenhorn groaning]
[tense music]
[blood splatters]
[ominous music]
[crow cawing]
Exit your cells.
[cell doors creaking]
Double time, get
out of your cell.
[solemn music]
Stand down.
You too.
Let's move it out.
Step around the body.
Breakfast is waiting, gentlemen.
Get it while it's hot.
[equipment clattering]
Load him up.
You, stay back.
[flesh squelches]
Get him to the morgue.
[solemn music]
Clean it up.
Never leave your
cell at night.
Unfortunate, what can happen
when you don't follow the rules.
[foreboding music]
I have a good thing
going here, Mick,
and I can use a man
with your skills.
In time, I can even get
your sentence reduced.
Then you can work for
us on the outside.
Plenty of great benefits.
Let's cut to the chase.
I know who you're working for,
and I can assure you,
they can't be trusted.
Once they're finished with you,
they'll clip your wings
and kick you from the nest.
The only difference is we are
family, and once you're in,
you're in for life, and we
take care of each other.
So the choice is simple.
Join the country club
or get buried under it.
You're a fast learner, Mick.
I know you'll do what's
in your best interest.
Enjoy your breakfast.
You missed a spot.
Get back to work.
Now, don't tell me I'm
imagining things here.
This guy's connected.
Who's he working for?
FBI, DEA, local police?
I don't like it.
Now, boys, not to worry.
I have a solution to
our little problem.
This will all be
solved in due time.
It better be.
You've got 48 hours.
[VIP 1] Let's get some
lunch. I need a drink.
[VIP 2] Yeah, what
about Patello's?
[VIP 3] Patello's is good.
[VIP 1] They've got that
cute waitress working there.
[Warden Jack sighs]
That wasn't so bad.
[door lock buzzes]
[somber music]
[prisoner distantly coughs]
Inmate 246, get up.
You've got a date.
Fellas, nice to see ya again.
Let's go.
[Bunyan chuckles]
[gentle music]
When he smiles to you
You can always
smile back at him
[Bunyan] So, where'd
you get that suit?
The short and stumpy store?
[Bunyan chuckles]
To love him is to know him
[Bunyan] Hey,
how's it going, pal?
Send him in.
When he tells you
that he loves you
He will always do and
take good care of you
Wow, now that's nice.
Johnny P., good to see you.
Please have a seat.
Hey, thanks for the invite,
but I did not expect all this.
Well, I believe,
every now and then,
you should treat yourself
to the finer things in life.
Yes, sir, I mean ma'am.
Sounds good to me.
Careful when you tell him
that he's all that you need
Go ahead, help
yourself, enjoy.
You don't have
to ask me twice.
[Bunyan chuckling]
Mm, that's good stuff.
There's a situation
that's come up
that needs special attention.
Mhm, yeah, mhm, yeah.
When he tells you
that he loves you
It's a delicate
matter, Johnny,
and I hope I can count on
you to do what's necessary.
You will be together forever
It was always meant to be
Okay, yeah.
Whatever you need.
And puts them in his arms
So when he tells you
that he loves you
He will always do and
take good care of you
You will be together forever
It was always meant to be
[foreboding music]
[Bunyan whistling]
[Bunyan sighs]
[Bunyan whistling]
[pan clatters]
What do you
think you're doing?
Hey, pal, I'm talking to you.
[crowd murmuring]
[Inmate] Dude, over there.
Dude, the show's about to start.
[Prisoner] Something's
happening over there.
Oh, yeah, this
is gonna be good.
[prisoners chuckle]
[crowd murmuring]
Oh, you got something
you want to say to me?
Yes, I want.
You know, it's a shame
you are so clumsy.
What'd you say to me, boy?
Hm, I understand.
Your hearing is
not so good either.
[crowd chuckles]
[Inmate] Oh, man.
[Spectator] Oh, he didn't.
[foreboding music]
Oh, man.
What do you think is
gonna happen over there?
I don't know, man.
[Inmate] This is bad.
Oh, I'm very sorry.
I ruined your breakfast.
I'm going to tell you
how this is going to go.
I'm going to huff,
and I'm going to puff,
and I'm going to
knock your block off.
[inmate growls]
[inmate groans]
[blood splatters]
[Group] Whoa!
[crowd chuckles]
[inmate groaning]
Oh my God!
Oh, you think
you're funny, old man?
I'll give you the first shot!
That's enough!
Save it for the yard.
I think I bit my tongue.
- [inmate groaning]
- I'll see you soon.
Get him to the doctor.
[Bunyan] This ain't over.
We got you, we'll
get you there.
I'll be looking for you!
[Inmate] Oh, shit.
I'll find you!
[Inmate] Oh, Bunyan's mad now.
[Bunyan] There's a storm brewing
and you better get ready.
[Inmate] Damn, that
little guy's tough.
[Spectator] He's
bad, he don't play.
What are you doing?
You know, you're a marked man.
You must've done something
to piss the warden off.
I did nothing.
Yeah, well, don't expect
any help out of me today.
[crowd murmuring]
[foreboding music]
[solemn music]
[Bunyan growls]
[Spectator] Come
on, get him, Bunyan!
[Bunyan growls]
[crowd shouting]
[tense music]
Let's get it on!
[Bunyan grunting]
[crowd shouting]
[Bunyan grunts]
[crowd screaming]
[Bunyan shouts]
[Bunyan groans]
[Spectator] Come on,
Mick, you got this!
Go, come on, come on.
[Inmate] Come
on, come on, Mick!
[crowd shouting]
[Bunyan grunts]
Hey, boy, I'm the
king of Cellblock 13!
[Bunyan groans]
[crowd shouting]
Kill him, kill him!
[crowd shouting]
[suspenseful music]
[chains rattling]
[Spectator] Oh shit.
[crowd shouting]
Kill him, kill him, kill him!
[chains rattling]
[Miklos groans]
[Bunyan gasping]
[Bunyan laughs]
[crowd shouting]
[chains rattling]
[Miklos groans]
[tense music]
[Bunyan shouts]
[Miklos groans]
[crowd shouting]
He don't wanna stop,
he don't wanna stop!
[Spectator] Hit him again!
[Miklos panting]
[Bunyan growls]
[Miklos groans]
[crowd shouting]
- Come on!
- Yeah, come on!
[Bunyan shouts]
[chains rattling]
[wood cracks]
Come on!
[tense music]
[Bunyan shouts]
[chains rattling]
[crowd shouting]
[Bunyan shouts]
[Bunyan groans]
[suspenseful music]
[crowd shouting]
[Spectator] Yeah,
hit him again!
[Bunyan groans]
[Bunyan growls]
[wood cracks]
[crowd cheering]
Oh, ah, shit!
[tense music]
[chains rattling]
[Bunyan groaning]
Come on, he don't wanna stop!
Kill him!
- Kill him!
- Kill him!
[tense music]
[Bunyan gasping]
[Group] Come on!
[tense music]
- Kill him!
- Kill him, man!
- Kill him!
- Kill him, come on!
[tense music]
[Bunyan groaning]
- Come on, kill him, kill him!
- Finish him!
[Spectator] Kill him,
kill him, kill him!
[tense music]
Kill him, kill him,
kill him, kill him!
[tense music]
[Bunyan coughing]
[crowd murmuring]
[Bunyan coughs]
[Inmate] Come on.
[Spectator] What
the hell is he doing?
- Oh, come on, man.
- What the hell?
- Stupid.
- What the fuck?
[Bunyan coughs]
[foreboding music]
[Inmate] You're
such a coward, man.
[ominous music]
Take them both to solitary.
Take the rest back
to their cells.
Call the doctor.
All right, get these
two over to solitary,
and take the rest of
them back to the cells.
[Guard] Come on,
let's go, move it.
[Officer] Come on,
let's go, let's go.
Let's go, move it,
move it, let's go.
[Bunyan coughs]
Come on now, let's go, let's go!
Let's go, come on, let's go!
[cell door slams]
[Bunyan coughing]
Ow, damn!
Hey, what the hell
are you doing?
Get the warden down here.
I need to speak
with the warden now.
[Guard] Move it.
[Bunyan] Don't leave me
in here alone, come on!
[ominous music]
[Guard] Good morning, ladies.
[cell doors creaking]
Rise and shine.
Line up for work detail.
[crow caws]
[Inmate 1] Man, he
should have killed him
when he had a chance.
[crowd murmuring]
Do you think they'll
let him live?
[Inmate 2] He's dead, man.
[Inmate 3] She'll
string him up.
[Inmate 1] What
the hell can we do?
[Inmate 3] Shit.
[crowd murmurs]
We're going to fight back.
[suspenseful music]
[Inmate 2] Is he serious?
[Prisoner] Fight
back, you think?
[Inmate] They have guns.
Well, it's about damn time.
[Inmate 1] We're
going to lose!
[Inmate 2] Tex is right!
[Inmate 3] Yeah.
[Inmate 1] Might as well
take a few of them with us.
[Inmate 4] Yeah!
[Inmate 5] Let's
take it to 'em.
[Inmate 4] Let's
kick their asses.
[Inmate 6] Yeah,
we can do this!
Yeah, yeah.
[Inmate 1] Let's do it.
Ah, not this shit again.
[door slams]
[ominous music]
[key rattles]
[Bunyan] Hey, help me!
Hey, help me!
Down here, help me!
[Bunyan coughs]
What's going on in here?
What's the problem?
I can't breathe.
[Tex coughs]
[Officer] You okay?
[Tex coughs]
Inmate, are you okay?
Move your ass back.
[Bunyan] I need a doctor!
[Bunyan groans]
Move your ass
away from the bars.
Show me your hands.
Hey, what are you doing?!
[guard groans]
[Tex coughs]
[suspenseful music]
Inmate, get back in line.
Get back in line, inmate!
[fist thumps]
[tense music]
[Inmate] Go, go, go!
[Prisoner] Get him, get him!
Get him, get him, get him!
Come on, come on, let's go!
[crowd shouting]
[chains rattling]
[suspenseful music]
Don't worry.
Everything is going
to be all right.
[doctor groans]
[doctor screams]
It's okay, it's okay.
I owe you one, I owe you
one, man, we're good.
[doctor screams]
[doctor coughing]
[Inmate 1] Yeah!
[Inmate 2] Take their guns!
[Inmate 3] Get him, get
him, come on, come on!
[crowd shouting]
[inmate growls]
[siren wailing]
Come on, let's go this way!
[door slams]
[guards muttering]
No, no, this way.
Worthless amateurs.
I want them dead, now!
Finish the job.
[siren wailing]
[suspenseful music]
[Inmate] Go, go, go, come on!
[crowd shouting]
[door lock buzzes]
[siren wailing]
[Prisoner] Give me that!
How does that feel?
[crowd shouting]
[siren wailing]
[Inmate] Yeah, come
on, come on, let's go!
There's more, come on, this way!
[guard groans]
[gunshots banging]
[Prisoner] Take his gun!
[siren wailing]
[inmate shouts]
[Inmate 1]
There's another one!
[Inmate 2] Let's go, keep
going! There's more down there!
Right there, right
there, get him, get him!
[siren wailing]
[taser whirs]
[Wizard chuckles]
[siren wailing]
[suspenseful music]
- [Bunyan] Come on, this way.
- [Miklos] Where are we going?
We're going to the
stairway to heaven, baby.
[church bell tolls]
No, no, of course, it's locked.
[somber music]
[keys jingling]
I got this.
[Bunyan groans]
[suspenseful music]
[fists thumping]
[Miklos groans]
[Bunyan growls]
[pews cracking]
[Bunyan groans]
[tense music]
[Miklos groans]
[Bunyan] Oh, Jesus!
[Miklos] Come on,
up and at 'em, B.
[Bunyan] Okay.
[tense music]
You first?
[pigeon cooing]
[Bunyan grunts]
[fists thumping]
[taser buzzes]
[guard screaming]
[guard groaning]
[taser zapping]
[somber music]
[Bunyan groans]
[siren wailing]
[crowd shouting]
[weapons thumping]
No, please, no!
[gunshot bangs]
[suspenseful music]
[crowd shouting]
It's out of control!
We gotta get out of here, now!
[gunshots banging]
[suspenseful music]
[keys rattling]
Try another one.
That one right there, yeah.
[dramatic music]
Oh, man.
[suspenseful music]
[gun clicks]
Holy shit.
[Bunyan chuckles]
Hey, check this out.
[suspenseful music]
[Guard] Oh, shit!
[Bunyan] Watch out,
brother, I got this.
[Guard] Run, run, run, run!
[gunshots banging]
[guard screams]
[Bunyan laughs]
[Guard] Drop it!
[gunshots banging]
[guards groaning]
[Gatling gun rattling]
Aha, rock-a-bye baby!
[Bunyan laughs]
[foreboding music]
[Bunyan laughs]
[Gatling gun whirs]
[gunshots banging]
[Bunyan chuckles]
Yeah, yeah!
Hey, come on.
Let's roll.
[suspenseful music]
[keys rattling]
[mob distantly shouting]
[Inmate] Get him!
They're everywhere!
[inmates growling]
[inmates growling]
[gunshots banging]
[Inmate] Over here,
we got one of 'em!
Get 'em!
[suspenseful music]
[Deputy Bright groaning]
Get that bitch!
[Prisoner] Gotcha!
[gunshot bangs]
[mob shouting]
Open the door! Open it!
Open the door!
You fucking shot me, bitch!
[Inmate] Come on,
beat it down, brother!
[class cracking]
[foreboding music]
[gunshots banging]
[guard groans]
Come on.
[doctor screams]
[doctor groans]
[gunshot bangs]
Holy shit.
[siren wailing]
[gunshots banging]
[Inmate] Take him out!
[gunshot bangs]
[Guard] They've
breached the door!
They're coming out!
[tense music]
Back, back, I say!
[Guard] Drop the weapon!
Open the portal,
I command you,
so that I may pass through, now!
Open the portal,
that I may pass.
[gunshots banging]
[Wizard cackling]
[Wizard screaming]
[suspenseful music]
[sirens distantly wailing]
[gunshots banging]
[Wizard screaming]
Damn, it's the wizard.
[gunshots banging]
[Wizard screaming]
[siren wailing]
[suspenseful music]
So, do you want to go first?
It would be my please.
[dramatic music]
[Guard] There's two
more coming, get 'em!
[gunshots banging]
[guards groan]
[gunshots banging]
[guards groan]
[gunshots banging]
[Bunyan chuckles]
[guards groan]
[guards shout]
[suspenseful music]
Rock-a-bye baby!
[gunshots banging]
[guards groan]
Aha, take that, yeah!
[gunshots banging]
[Gatling gun whirs]
[grenade launcher booms]
[tense music]
[gunshots banging]
[Gatling gun whirs]
[guard chuckles]
[guard gasps]
[grenade booms]
[guard screams]
[fire crackling]
[helicopters whirring]
[Radio Operator] Command,
this is SWAT team leader.
Prison dead ahead.
[suspenseful music]
Save the grenade, I got this!
[gunshots banging]
[helicopters whirring]
[suspenseful music]
Let's go.
[helicopters whirring]
[siren wailing]
[gunshots banging]
[Inmate] Shoot 'em!
[gunshots banging]
[guards scream]
Come on, let's go!
[helicopters whirring]
[suspenseful music]
Hey, come on.
[Officer] Double
time, spread out!
Get your ass in
there, get your-
[taser buzzing]
[guard screams]
[Inmate] All right, come
here, get in there, come on!
Get over there!
[inmate growls]
It's our turn now, boys!
[inmate grunts]
[suspenseful music]
[footsteps echoing]
[Inmate 1] Get
those fucking pigs!
[Inmate 2] Get those pigs!
[siren wailing]
Hey, which way?
You go that way.
I'll go this way.
The tunnel has
got to be in here.
[suspenseful music]
[Inmate] Get 'em!
[Officer] Drop the weapons!
[Inmate] Suck
my fucking penis!
[Officer] Get
on the floor, now!
[inmates shouting]
[gunshots banging]
[inmates groaning]
[foreboding music]
[Bunyan panting]
Son of a bitch!
The wizard was right!
[tense music]
[gunshot bangs]
[Bunyan screams]
[gunshots bang]
[Bunyan groaning]
Johnny, Johnny.
Now, where do you
think you're going?
We had such a good relationship.
I'm very, very
disappointed in you.
Now, why'd you have to
go and spoil everything?
Happy to disappoint you.
[gunshot bangs]
[dramatic music]
[Warden Jack gasps]
[foreboding music]
My men will be here
any second to kill you.
I'm your only hope
out of here alive.
Now, get me to the doctor.
Sorry, my English
is not so good.
Can you repeat it?
You're a fast learner, Miklos.
I know you will do what's
in your best interest.
I don't understand.
We must be lost in translation.
[Warden Jack gasps]
Damn it!
I'm giving you one last chance.
Now, don't blow it!
[Warden Jack gasps]
You can't do this to a woman.
You may be a woman,
but you are no lady.
[Warden Jack screams]
[gunshots bang]
[flesh squelches]
[explosion booms]
[foreboding music]
[pigeon coos]
[Inmate] Whoa, what
the hell was that?
[debris clattering]
Hey, buddy, are you okay?
She shot me!
- Ah!
- Whoa, hey.
Don't worry. Everything
is going to be all right.
Come on, come on, come
on, wake up, come on.
[ominous music]
[Officer 1] Come
out of the cell!
[Officer 2] Get out, now!
[somber music]
[inmate grunting]
On the ground!
Get on the ground!
[Inmate] All right,
you got me, fine.
[Officer] Don't move!
[suspenseful music]
[dramatic music]
Do not come any closer
or you will be shot!
We've got hostages here.
There ain't no need for
anybody else to get hurt.
Put your weapons on the ground
and put your hands
above your head!
Do it now!
First thing's first.
You get every major
news organization
and the governor's
ass here ASAP.
We're ready to negotiate.
[suspenseful music]
[Bunyan] Hey, stop back.
No, no, I got it.
[birds chirping]
[uplifting music]
Trees everywhere, beautiful!
[Bunyan chuckles]
Bunyan loves trees!
[Bunyan laughs]
[somber music]
[birds chirping]
I think we oughta split up.
It might make it a lot
tougher for them to find us.
Good idea.
Hey, brother.
About me trying to
kill you back there,
I'm sorry about that.
No worries, brother.
I didn't let you.
Hah, you sure didn't.
[gentle music]
[Bunyan grunts]
Hey, now, I thought
you only liked trees.
[Bunyan chuckles]
You take care of yourself.
You do the same.
Hey, you keep
yourself out of trouble.
I don't want to have to come
back and save your ass again.
[Bunyan chuckles]
I'll try.
[Bunyan] Aha,
woohoo, freedom, baby!
[Bunyan chuckles]
[peaceful music]
[police sirens wailing]
[suspenseful music]
I knew you'd make it.
I don't have any weapons.
It's okay, Mick. I'm
not going to arrest you.
It's all good.
Outstanding work.
Man, you left a mess for
us to clean up back there,
but it's okay, man.
Your little prison party
helped us to shut down
a major drug supplier.
I'm not going back to prison?
[gentle music]
We spoke to the
governor on your behalf.
All the charges against
you have been dropped,
and you've got a full pardon.
Yeah, with a little bit
of strong-arming from me.
This means I'm free?
Yeah, Mick, you're a free man.
I've got something for ya.
Put your thumb on the
screen right there.
[phone beeps]
What is it?
It's a new
cryptocurrency account.
You can receive deposits
or wire transfers
from anyone anywhere and only
you can withdraw the money.
Dollars go in, and can't come
out unless you take it out.
So, like a roach motel for cash.
The account's yours, Mick.
The money's all yours.
All of it?
[Borelli] Yeah.
Yeah, sort of like, you know,
payback for services rendered.
I'd like you to
come work for me.
I've got a lot of
opportunities coming up,
and I think you'd
be perfect for it.
Now, you'll be working full time
for the United
States government.
Of course, you gotta keep
all your little transactions
tucked away in that little
digital toy of yours.
Makes it a little easier
for us to monitor.
Um, yeah.
He means it's easier
to hide that way.
Yeah, with some of the
government's operations,
it's a little bit sensitive.
You in?
That's all very interesting.
A lot to think about.
Mick, you're a free man.
You can do what you want.
This is a rare
opportunity, Mick.
You get full benefits,
a retirement plan,
the whole nine yards.
Now, let's not forget about
all that action you're
going to be getting.
Hey, look, man, you know
what I'm talking about.
A man with your abilities,
oh, it'd be a shame to let
all that talent go to waste.
[uplifting music]
My brother always said America
is the land of opportunity.
Still is, better than ever.
Where are you going?
[Miklos] Home, to
take care of my family.
What about my deal?
Let me think about it.
[Borelli chuckles]
I will let you know
when I make a decision.
Mhm, I'll be around.
[Miklos clicks]
[Langley chuckles]
[uplifting music]
We're open for
business, you hear me?
I've got a bunch of brand
new employees backing me up,
so listen up, Tony.
You need to get those
trucks on the road now
or I'm coming down
there to kick some ass.
Starting with you,
you fucking hear me?
Do me a favor and be
proactive, all right?
Now, get those shipments
to Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, and Chicago.
[hammer bangs]
Yeah, come in.
Now get your ass to work.
[foreboding music]
Hey, it's you.
It's, uh, good to see you.
So, you, uh...
You, uh, here for your money?
[drawer clatters]
[tense music]
[hammer thumps]
[Renda screams]
Okay, okay.
What's that?
Hey, hey, listen to me.
[Miklos] Remember my brother?
[Renda] Yeah.
He died at the
jack right here,
and you said it was
a work accident.
Yeah, it was an accident!
If it's about the money,
I've got the money!
I've got more money!
Listen to me, hey!
My brother was a gentleman.
He never hurt anyone!
Yeah, and you're a gentleman.
You wouldn't hurt
anybody, right?
My brother always
did the right thing.
He was a hard worker and
took care of his family.
Please, please, please, I
have a family too, all right?
And they need me.
No, please, please!
I'm begging you, please!
No, no, no, please, please!
No, no, no!
My brother was the good son.
I am the bad son,
what you Americans call the
black sheep of the family.
[tense music]
Oh, you should be careful
working in this place.
Please, I'm begging you!
Accidents can
happen to anyone.
[machine whirring]
[machine whirring]
[tense music]
Please, please!
Ah, no, no, no!
No, no, no, please!
[Renda shouting]
[Renda screaming]
[somber music]
[blood splattering]
[exciting rock music]
[tense rock music]
People dying to get out
People killing to get in
Good versus evil,
yeah, nobody wins
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
No one you can trust and
no one's got your back
It's a fight for your
soul, always under attack
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Because there ain't no
escape from Death Block 13
No, there ain't no escape
from Death Block 13