A Texas Ranger investigates a series of unexplained deaths in a town called Helena.
|Release Date||:||June 24, 2016|
|Casts||:||Woody Harrelson, Liam Hemsworth, Alice Braga, Emory Cohen, Felicity Price, José Zúñiga, William Sadler, Raphael Sbarge, Kimberly Hidalgo, Giles Matthey, Christopher James Baker, Christopher Berry, Benedict Samuel, David Born, Lawrence Turner, Jason Carter, John McConnell, Jimmy Lee Jr.|
|Plot Keywords||:||hunting human beings, murder|
I think most people would have expected more form a movie starring Woody Harrison and Liam Hemsworth,both who were in The Hunger Games together, but it was a pretty plain, low budget kind of thing that happen to have a really good story to it.
Hemsworth plays a Texas Ranger who is sent after a man killing Mexicans in a small town he runs, and just by coincidence, this same man killed his father 20 years ago in a strange ritual of code of honor from the town they are from. Making matters worse is the fact that this Texas Ranger brings with him his Mexican Wife just because she complained about having nothing to do around the house while he's gone, and she ends up being put under the religious spell this man has got on some of the townsfolk.
Hemsworth plays a decent cowboy. Not as dashing as his older brother, Chris as he goes for more of the Clint Eastwood type. Woody Harrison is a good villain in the film. It's similar to his work in the film, Out of the Furnace.
But I really like the grim story that the Western told about the treatment of the Mexicans after the borderline for Texas was created.
Overall it was a brilliant western that had no frills just a great story with some good actors telling the tale