No Man's Land

2021

Action / Adventure

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IMDb Rating 5.0

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114 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by flashlightreview 7

After reading the summary I thought it would be one of those border movies where people migrate, drugs get trafficked and patrols do their job.However, I was pleasantly surprised this one had a surprising twist.This movie is about guilt, forgiveness, family and life decisions - all packaged in a modern Western.Cinematography, acting and plot were all outstanding, this is a movie you shouldn't miss.

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Reviewed by ferguson-6 5

Greetings again from the darkness. The title is drawn from what the locals call the gap between the Texas-Mexico border and the fence/wall that must be crossed for those looking to make their way. The film is directed by Conor Allyn and was co-written by his brother Jake Allyn and David Barraza. Jake is also the lead actor.<br/><br/>Bill Greer (Frank Grillo, THE GREY, 2011) and his wife Monica (Andie MacDowell) live on a border ranch with their eldest son Lucas (Alex MacNicoll, ALL ROADS LEAD TO PEARLA, 2019). It&#39;s not an easy life, as the illegal aliens who cross their land sometimes cut the barbed wire fence for access, allowing the Greer&#39;s cattle to escape. Their son Jackson (Jake Allyn) is home from college. He&#39;s a baseball prospect with a trip to New York scheduled to meet with the Yankees (it&#39;s funny how baseball players in the movies so frequently play for the Yankees). While home, Jackson rides his beloved horse Sundance, and helps chase the illegal aliens off the ranch.<br/><br/>One night things go horribly wrong, and Jackson accidentally shoots Fernando, a young boy who is crossing with his father Gustavo (Jorge Jimenez). As viewers, we&#39;ve seen the caring father, referred to as &quot;The Shepherd&quot;, protect his son from the drug dealers and coyotes. Jackson&#39;s dad tries to take the blame for the shooting when interviewed by Texas Ranger Ramirez (George Lopez in a rare dramatic turn for the comedian), but Jackson can&#39;t keep quiet and he bolts across the Rio Grande on Sundance.<br/><br/>As Jackson makes his way deeper into Mexico, he crosses paths with a heavily-tattooed blond coyote named Luis (Andres Delgado) - one who had previously tried to scam Gustavo and Fernando. In fact, Luis shows up more often than a bad penny throughout the story. He&#39;s the one true villain, yet even he thinks he&#39;s doing the right thing (at least sometimes). Jackson is mostly impressed with how nice everyone is, and he ends up working for Victoria (Esmerelda Pimentel) at her father&#39;s horse ranch. It turns out, Jackson is a horse-whisperer, in addition to being a talented baseball pitcher.<br/><br/>Jackson decides he must beg forgiveness from Gustavo, not knowing Fernando&#39;s father is simultaneously tracking him down in a quest for vengeance. Mr. Jimenez gives the film&#39;s finest performance as he flips the switch (quietly, but effectively) from protective and loving father to vengeful man on a mission. The script is filled with clichés and contrivances, with Jackson playing the role of white guilt with an emphasis on cross-cultural empathy. Mexico, and its people, are not like what he expected or had been led to believe. An elevator ride, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and a rendezvous at a funeral are examples of scenes that induce cringes from us as viewers, but nothing too outrageous is included, and we are engaged enough to continue along on Jackson&#39;s trip.

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Reviewed by edbtpuny 10

This movie came out of nowhere. I love Frank Grillo so I was expecting a hard charing action film but what I got was even better. This was a road movie-- watching characters who are real go through the challenge of facing the consequences of their actions. It was raw and real and action packed in all the right ways. Its a human story centered around a political issue. I loved it.

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