Forced to give up his land and his only home, cantankerous Texas rancher Red Bovie isn't about to go quietly to the dismal trailer park that's all he can now afford, and instead goes off with his grandson Gally - son of his long-estranged son Jimmy - for one last wild and woolly adventure during a night in Old Mexico. Written by
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Even though Red has left some time before, Patty has no trouble finding him in the taxi cab. See more »
When Red is saying his goodbye's to Gally out the window of the truck, Gally is wearing his hat continuously. Yet, on the last cut-away, Gally's hat can clearly be seen moving through the shot as if Gally is putting the hat back on. See more »
[from his car]
Hey, J.T., how you doin', man. Everything go okay?
[standing in the road, shows what's in his grocery bag]
Bring it here.
Let me see some money first.
Look man, here's the money.
[holds up bag and cocks his gun]
Now bring that stuff over here.
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You can say whatever you want about Robert Duvall but he always delivers in a movie. I don't think I ever saw him playing bad. And in A Night In Old Mexico he again puts down a very good performance playing the grandfather of Gally (played by Jeremy Irvine). Jeremy Irvine and Angie Cepeda are good in their roles as well but still it is Duvall that makes this movie worth watching. The story is well written, it's like watching everything a little bit in slow motion but there is enough action and good dialogs to keep you entertained. You feel for the old man that doesn't want to end his life in a tin can. I certainly did enjoy this movie, like any other with Duvall in it.
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