There is absolutely no way to describe how horrible this film is. Six String Samurai deserved an Oscar for Best Picture compared to Border Warz. In fact, G.I. Jane may be considered the greatest film ever when compared to Rob Walker's disastrous attempt at a film. I think the only film I've ever seen nearly as bad as this was "Gummo." The editor was left with nearly no footage to use in compilation, the production was mucked up by the director in countless ways, the acting was real "hit or miss" - in that large sections of the cast did not know the first thing about how to act.
I couldn't believe this film was for sale in military exchanges and not in the $0.99 bin.
Absolutely wretched. I feel bad for the few talented actors and crew members who sadly have their name attached to this.
Basically, the premise of the film is that a college student film uncovers a drug operation near the US-Mexican border, the students are on the run from the American drug lord, and there is pretty much nothing remotely coherent beyond that. Story telling is non-existent. I couldn't believe I sat through the whole thing.
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