Here's a story of debt. And a duo - two dudes - who collect that debt.
Against their will I should add. For reasons. Watch the movie and all shall be revealed. And a lot of exileration shall be experienced over the gritty and well-choreographed fights herein.
I love the fights. The nitty gritty of it all. The charismatic and crazy main character combo that Scott Adkins and Louis Mandylor present (I'm seeing more and more of Mandylor lately - wonder why I haven't earlier), and the gangsters aren't bad either. They play their part. The shootouts get intense when they need to and everything comes full circle the right way.
The soundtrack though, it's great but... sometimes a movie really works better without one, and this feels like it just might be one of those movies. At the end I'd rather the engine rumble and the voices fade away. Don't need no Western.
Maybe the most emotional moments don't really come across as emotional as they could either, but it's still a really good movie. Keeps you at the edge of your seat all the way through, and has that dusty, authentic road trip kind of vibe to it that I do love so.
Reminds me a tiny bit of Gringo, but not really. It's something else.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle