In one of his final film roles before retiring, Bruce Willis appears in 'Corrective Measures,' premiering April 29 on Tubi.
Bruce Willis may now be retired from acting after it came to light that he has been living with aphasia, but that doesn't mean we have seen the last of him on screen.
Because he was working at such a steady clip over the last few years, at least one movie that he appeared in is still yet to come out: Corrective Measures will debut April 29 on Tubi, and you can see a sneak peek in a newly-released trailer, below.
Corrective Measures is set at a supernatural, Ubermax prison in the Great Northwest where monsters, cyborgs, and other supervillains are kept behind bars. Their behavior is controlled by 24-hour power inhibitors, as well as shock collars, a system which is overseen by Warden Devlin (Michael Rooker), who is just as corrupt as those he keeps imprisoned.
Willis plays Julius Loeb, a man with an untraceable fortune from whom the warden is intent upon stealing. But Julius (also known as "The Lobe") also happened to be the most notorious prisoner in that Ubermax, San Tiburon, as well as a super genius, and he is not going to let his riches go easily.
Things get even more complicated because of the arrival of Payback (Dan Payne), a murderous vigilante who is out for revenge, and Diego Diaz (Brennan Mejia), a driver who has been sent to San Tiburon on a trumped-up sentence.
Tension between the inmates and staff continue to grow through the film, an order will be officially turned upside down with a little help from The Conductor (Tom Cavanagh).
The film from director Sean Patrick O'Reilly also stars Kat Ruston, Kevin Zegers, and Hayley Sales.