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by Joseph Hales 7 months ago in tv
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Charcter review: Michael Scofield from Prison Break

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It’s hard to beat Prison Break without thinking out of the box with Sara Tancredi (no pun intended), but the fourth season was pushing things a bit slower when Michael’s mother turns into a final game criminal. While all of the main characters are flexible and normal, the character of Michael Schofield shows a clever desire to throw himself in jail and risk everything for his brother. One of the saddest moments of the show Michael's treatment was by the prison warden.

Michael spent the first season cheating on Sarah with diabetes and using her trustworthy tactics to get her to help him escape from prison, which showed that he did not care about her except for saving himself and his brother. For some reason, Sara was able to overcome Michael's treatment of the first season and marry him. Michael freed himself at the end of the show, but his treatment of Sarah is still his worst case.

Most of Miller's supporters have identified Michael Scofield as the man who broke into the prison to free his brother from prison. But Michael's escape plan turned out to be one of the worst things he had ever done. Michael faced many challenges in his efforts to get out of “prison,” and his cool face began to deteriorate.

The main character Michael Scofield, played by Wentworth Miller, appears in all episodes of the American TV series Prison Break. The second season of the show will show that the character of Michael Scofield has different emotions, Miller explains: he has no others, and there is much I can explore. Some of the characters featured in the driver’s episode show how their arrival changed Michael and improved their escape plans.

Miller, who came out gay in 2013 plays Michael Schofield in the game. Schofield is trying to free his brother Lincoln Burrows (played by Dominic Purcell) from the death list alone in the same prison. The first season's plot revolves around two siblings, Michael and Scofield (played by Wentworth Miller), who want to help his older brother Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) escape the death penalty. Both Michael and Lincoln are planning a short break to release and get L.J.

The tattoo that covers Michael Scofield's entire body, has a profound effect on the series and contains various details about prison and exit plans. Tattooing is a prison painting where the main character is locked up in the first season of the program. When Michael Schofield plants origami messages in a cell, his messages are about people.

Michael reviewed all the details of the prison, from the prisoners he had to recruit for his program to the prison staff who had to manage and build relationships to behave properly. His plan failed when his brother was accused of killing the brother of the vice president of the United States in prison, and he drew a whole map of the center and a real painting on his body. His habits were even more interesting when he was seen talking to his brother Lincoln in the prison industry, sometimes in a church building and sometimes while trying to do what was described as "Starting at the Fox River border," a point when he was arrested and under prison guard Henry Pope.

When Michael J. Scofield's older brother, Lincoln Burrows, was sentenced to death by firing squad, Michael devised a plan to escape. At the same time, a criminal named K.G. Beast, who is being held at Blackgate Prison, was hired to kill Michael. Michael, Scofield, and Nightwing participated in a week-long campaign to deceive and control the prison itself, reflecting the quality of the 24th season.

Sara stayed that way until the end of Prison Break, but the same cannot be said of Michael, and the next fifth season will change that. As mentioned above, the journey back to Prison Break ended in disaster for Michael. Many people rolled their eyes thinking that Prison Break would release Michael Scofield and the other prisoners.

Even corruption or high moral standards cannot prevent a well-planned prison break. Last year, Scofield organized a prison break that allowed him to escape with his innocent brother. But Michael uses an unthinking tactic and a technical suspension to get himself in trouble, while his brother relies on his punches.


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