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Times of India
The sheriff of a sleepy Arizona border town is tasked with stopping a dangerous Mexican cartel boss from returning to Mexico.
He's back! Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a former LAPD narcotics cop who once tackled toughs on the mean streets of the City of Angels. Now, too old for that kind of action, he has hung up his gloves, put away his shotgun and 'retired' to being sheriff of a small town called Summerton Junction.
Ray and his deputies Jerry (Zach Gilford), Sarah Torrance (Jaimie Alexander) and Mike (Luis Guzman) don't have much to do until cartel kingpin Gabriel Cortez (Eduardo Noriega) has his toughs visit their town on their way to the border. The scene is then set for the inevitable showdown. The action then shifts away from LA, where FBI Agent John Bannister (Forest Whitaker) has been on Cortez's tail up to that point.
Summerton's resident redneck goofball Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) is a cross between the village idiot and odd-job man, who lovingly hoards a shed full of weapons, each of which he has named after a woman. The fights are meaty, the car chases high-octane and the gunfights, somewhat gory.
This is a movie without pretensions; a pure action film that Arnold ambles through with absolute ease - perhaps too much so. And not since
has he had such an arsenal to nail the bad guys with - he memorably wielded a Gatling minigun in
and here, he has a vintage Vickers machine gun and a pistol the size of a hand cannon to dish out his brand of justice with. Indeed, Arnie sounds so comfortable that his one-liners seem made up on the spur of the moment. Recommended if you enjoy action films.