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Charles Bronson once said of ex-patriot Mexican immigrants: "Mexican aliens, like the immigrants before them, are seeking a better life in the US. They come here, not because they want our jobs, but simply because they want a job. They want to make a living and live, that's all." See more »
simple flick but so many popular seventies actors involved
This is just a flick with a simple story but it's still watchable towards todays standards. It's all about the borderline between America and Mexico and the business that is going on to 'help' Mexicans cross the line.
For a flick of 1980 it is very low on brutality. It was a time that had a lot of blood, nudity and gore in it's flicks but this here just hasn't any of that. There's one killing that is well done, the shooting at the beginning but further there's nothing to see. But the thespians here to see is the main reason to watch it.
The main lead is done by Charles Bronson, you love or hate him but I love him even as he isn't an actor with great abilities he still delivers. It was made at a time that Bronson was more in rough flicks or revenge flicks starting with the Death Wish franchise (1974). But there's also Ed Harris (Hotchkiss) here to see in one of his first major roles. He got his first taste of critical acclaim, playing astronaut John Glenn in The Right Stuff (1983). Also Bruno Kirby (Jimmy Fante ) made it in blockbusters like Good Morning Vietnam (1987). There are more popular faces to see in smaller roles like Charles Cypher.
We have seen this story a few times in other flicks but as I said earlier, it still works and is in fact still actual.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 0/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
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