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Brothers in Arms -- The most dangerous outlaws in the New Mexico territory take their revenge on the bloodthirsty crew who murdered their kin in this fresh look at cowboys living large in the wild American West.


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The two 'most wanted' cowboys in the New Mexico territory ride into Corazon for one last job - to rob the ruthless town boss. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

David Carradine ... Driscoll

Gabriel Casseus ... Linc

Raymond Cruz ... Reverend

Jared Day ... Wolverton's Nephew

Idalis DeLeon ... Sheriff Sanchez

Nancy De Mayo ... Saloon Girl #1

David Gianopoulos ... Wolverton

Peter Greene ... Bert
Garry Guerrier ... Longcoat Leader #1
Joel Harkham ... Bartender
Jerri Harris ... Lorelie

William Jackson ... Old Priest (as William B. Jackson)
Johann John Jean ... (Successor) (as John Jean)

Kurupt ... Kansas
Jean-Claude La Marre ... Slim (as Jean Claude LaMarre)

Ed Lauter ... Mayor Crawley

Cameron Monaghan ... Timmy

Kenya Moore ... Mara

Lene Pedersen ... Saloon Girl #2 (as Lenee Pedersen)

Michelle Penick ... Janice

Glenn Plummer ... Curly

Clifton Powell ... Doc

Barry Ratcliffe ... Mr. Hickle
Karen Salkin ... Emma May Crawley

Peter Sherayko ... Jeb (as Peter Shorayko)

Antwon Tanner ... Zane
Colette Vasquez ... (Sandra)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Larry Flash Jenkins ... (Dealer) (as Larry Jenkins)

Matt Rege ... Background Actor
Karin Andrade ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Lamont Clayton ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Vakisha Coleman ... Bartender (uncredited)

Miguel Corona ... Longcoat (uncredited)

Tasha Dixon ... Mrs. Edith Hickle (uncredited)
James A.E. Fuentez ... Indian Scout 2004 (uncredited)

Jayk Gallagher ... Bank Guard (uncredited)
Liz La Marre ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Robert Michael Ryan ... (uncredited)
Brian Schmeck ... Long Coat (uncredited)

Saye Yabandeh ... Saloon Lady (uncredited)

Directed by
Jean-Claude La Marre  (as Jean Claude LaMarre)
Writing credits
Jean-Claude La Marre (story) (as Jean Claude LaMarre)

Jean-Claude La Marre (written by) (as Jean Claude LaMarre) &
Antonio Olivas (written by) (as Tyger Torrez)

Produced by
Lila Aviv .... producer
James Bonner .... executive producer
Albert C. Chevalier .... associate producer
Garry Guerrier .... associate producer
Ken Halsband .... producer
Karen Hartjen .... associate producer
Larry Flash Jenkins .... associate producer
Jean-Claude La Marre .... producer (as Jean Claude LaMarre)
Liz La Marre .... co-producer
Jessie L. Levostre .... producer
Kenya Moore .... co-producer
John Stobaugh .... associate producer
Original Music by
Aimee-Lynn Chadwick 
Chioke Dmachi 
London Thompson 
Cinematography by
Guy Livneh (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Chris W. Hill 
Costume Design by
Amanda Riley 
Makeup Department
Paola Andrea Barros .... assistant makeup artist
Kamaura Eley .... hair stylist
Keith Hall .... key makeup artist
Brian Perry .... assistant hair stylist
Gabby Suarez .... day player makeup artist
Production Management
Christopher Kulikowski .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tim Brown .... first assistant director
Chaz Fatur .... second assistant director
David Mendoza .... first assistant director
Paul Wilson-Young .... first assistant director: second unit (as Paul Young)
Paul Wilson-Young .... second second assistant director (as Paul Young)
Sound Department
Chris Julian Irwin .... foley artist
Chris Julian Irwin .... foley mixer
Chris Julian .... sound post-production
Morgan Krantz .... boom operator
Mark Linden .... re-recording mixer
Tara A. Paul .... re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)
Harry E. Snodgrass .... supervising sound editor
Curt Bonn .... stunt performer
Sherry Leigh .... stunt double
Eddie Matthews .... stunts
April Weeden .... stunts (as April Weeden-Washington)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian S. Casas .... key grip
Chun Ming Huang .... grip
Tony Matulic .... focus puller: second camera (as Toni Matulic)
Ethan McDonald .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
BJ McDonnell .... Steadicam operator
BJ McDonnell .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dustin Pearlman .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Brian Posslenzny .... grip
Aaron Shetland .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Andy Steinman .... director of photography: second unit
Michael J. Walsh .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chantal Filson .... wardrobe supervisor
Leah Katznelson .... set costumer
Melinda White .... wardrobe production assistant
Editorial Department
John Stobaugh .... assistant editor
Music Department
Fredrik Sarhagen .... music consultant
Fredrik Sarhagen .... music editor
Transportation Department
Tim Fagan .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Michael Barnes .... financial legal services
Adam Bradley .... production assistant
Gregory Louis Carter .... unit publicist
Paul Giorgi .... production accountant
Josh Holden Hume .... key set production assistant
Anna Wenger .... assistant production office coordinator

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Rated R for violence, language and a scene of sexuality
85 min

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24 out of 29 people found the following review useful.
Cowboys in da hoods, 10 August 2005
Author: sinsro

Rap hip hop cool western, yo! A gang of black cowboy gangstas are planning the biggest heist of their lives. A fortune is passing through a small bank in a godforsaken town ruled by a sinister tyrant and his sadistic son. The paths of the gang and the tyrant passed before, and sweet revenge or brutal death is imminent as they meet again.

Now, this actually sounds quite intriguing to me, but there is one huge problem: The movie actually takes itself dead serious, while it on the best is a big joke.

OK, I can try to ignore the girls in the movie has silicon enlarged lips, with a tattoo outliner and a nice lip gloss thrown in, looking like some random prostitutes dragged off the street, with much less acting skills than you would expect even from a female of that given profession.

I can also try to ignore the desperate attempts at trying to be new by putting every known western cliché upside down, like the women are the strong ones kicking the guys butt, the black people are the cool dudes from da hood untouched by the slavery common a the time, while the white guys at best are stupid and pathetic cannon fodder, or at best evil and rotten to the bone.

I bet the director would be sued for racism if he movie had all the black guys exchanged with white guys. Not that I care about the political correctness of a movie, if the movie is good anything flies.

But, what kind of mindless, drug abused mind have come up with the plot?? I mean, some guys come up with the brilliant plan of walking straight into a bank loaded with treasure yet with no guards whatsoever, flash a gun, take the money before some guy chasing them magically appears outside from nowhere and we have a final shootout.

THATS IT! Swallow it down with some oh so deep soulshattering philosophy about bonds between brothers are stronger than life and death, made into a joke by what is possibly the worst western movie ever made.

I thought it would be refreshing and new, but they killed everything good about western movies, and added a bunch of boring, cliché-filled, badly executed elements instead.

I will even go so far to say that I can in fact enjoy a good turkey, because it becomes so bad it is actually fun to watch in good company, but this.. This is not even that.

Don't SEE THIS MOVIE! IT IS A TOTAL AND UTTERLY WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY! If you need to see an alternative Western movie, see Wild Wild West with Will Smith again instead, it is mindblowingly better than this load of humus.

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