people thrown together by fate find themselves on a cross-country
trip form LA to Texas. Emily and son Kerry are fleeing a dangerous
drug dealer who thinks Kerry double crossed him and is hell
bent on payback. Jayne is a hitchhiker trying to get to San
Antonio and then there is Alex, the good Samaritan who picks
Emily up when she is left stranded on the side of the road...
Betrayal nobody is exactly what they seem. For example,
one of these people is a ruthless mob assassin with a suitcase
full of stolen money. One of them is either an undercover
FBI agent or a crooked cop on the mobs payroll. And at least
one of them is going to wind up dead before the day is done.
Deadly Mexican stand-offs, car chases, double and triple crosses
abound in this sexy, stylish crime caper that's high octane
from the first twist to the last
was a touch apprehensive when I received this for review.
And after watching, my fears were realised. Whilst not the
complete disaster I had originally perceived, it still is
not what the blurb makes it up to be.
plot does have plenty of twists in it. But sadly you can spot
them from half a mile away. The acting is extremely weak and
sadly there are no standout performances. Which is a shame,
because with a few tweaks here and there this film could have
been passable. As it is, it wouldn't look out of place on
Channel Five's line up of new and exciting movies that are
guaranteed to send you to sleep.
a film to watch with your girlfriend if you want to get an
early night with her. I only just managed to make it to the
end. Even Adam Baldwin can't raise the profile of this film.
Maybe he is still upset about Firefly to be concentrating
on his acting. It's a shame because the Blurb sounded so good.