Over five thousand people illegally cross the border each day. There are areas where crime is at its highest, where criminals prey upon these defenseless groups. An elite task force is put ...
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Over five thousand people illegally cross the border each day. There are areas where crime is at its highest, where criminals prey upon these defenseless groups. An elite task force is put together with high expectations of solving this problem that is plaguing our border. After only a few short years, the operation is shut down due to the weight of overwhelming politics and red tape. With one of their own killed, and another missing, three agents decide to take the law into their own hands. Doing what was necessary from the beginning, but was always off limits, they decide to cross into Mexico. They find themselves up against more than they bargained for. Written by
The intro was too long and drawn out. I liked the effects and the drama the producers created but I found myself saying..."all right all ready...let's get to it.". I was bored while we were still in the opening credits. When the movie finally started I was uncomfortable because the writing and acting was bush. And okay...it's another border story, we know. we know. I did love the settings., especially the final scene on a Mexican ranch...the personal stories about the characters got good in the middle but the acting was just poor. The best actor was the big fat Mexican 2nd in charge drug guy, he was GREAT. The rest of the actors were all poor...they make you think you could do a better job yourself. It could possibly be the script. But guess what? It's worth a view.
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