Ryan is getting married. His friends take him across the US-Mexican border for a bachelor party the night before his wedding. A night that begins with tequila and strippers turns fatal when... See full summary »

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Salvidar
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Ryan
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Wil
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Derek
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Shane
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Tindol
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Willy Red (scenes deleted)
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Nicole Graf ...
Allison
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Ryan is getting married. His friends take him across the US-Mexican border for a bachelor party the night before his wedding. A night that begins with tequila and strippers turns fatal when the boys cross paths with a local drug lord. Based on a true events. Written by Anonymous

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Based on a true story. Five friends went to Mexico for a bachelor party. Not all of them made it to sunrise.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language, some sexuality/nudity and brief drug use

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25 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Amanhecer Violento  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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Provocotive
23 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While a priest confesses the worst of sins to himself, enter the Devil. Or maybe the Angel of Death. Or maybe someone else, we really don't know.

All we know is someone will pay.

The simplicity of this film is very easy to appreciate. Nothing fancy at all. Just a good story with super-natural overtones that are impossible to miss.

What confused me a little was the advent of forcing the priest to make a choice, Christ like, of having to choose who would die.

While the priest is forced into a moral roast, five young men on vacation in Mexico are about to get into the trouble of their lives.

Armand Assante couldn't have done a better job as the more than human character who now conducts the theater of cause-and-effect. Someone will die. Who will it be?

It reminded me of the 'black button' story line in which death is passed down the line, like the ocean waves without morality. It just is what it is.

A very heavy-duty film designed to make you think, and appreciate (or respect) the un-seen in the universe and your un-intentional role in it.


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