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4.3 rating on IMDB
YT description: In the five years since human traffickers kidnapped his daughter Vincent has traveled the world and left a bloody wake behind him. Now he has found the town where his daughter is being held and the pimp who’s keeping her. Over one night in Solo, Mexico Vincent is determined to fulfill the promise he made years ago; get his daughter back and kill the man who took her.
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Border Town starring Mark Joy (2009, 3 stars)
Run time: 87 minutes. Usually, I’ll skip over the crappier movies and not waste any time writing a review on them. However, I’ve started having a liking for these Tex-Mex border shootout sub-genre films, especially after I watch the movie Nude Nuns With Big Guns. (That movie inspired me to model an apocalyptic novel after it!) These movies are modernized versions of Old Westerns, with drug cartels, mansions on hills and gas-powered cars replacing the old railroad or land barons, the ranch compound and guys riding around on horses.
We don’t see a lot of newness here. Joy plays a stubborn mule who is set on rescuing his kidnapped daughter from a drug kingpin, a decade or so after she was taken. His character overall is unemotional and one-dimensional, as he doesn’t change very much despite his changing circumstances, especially when his drug-addicted daughter shows that she doesn’t want to get rescued. Also, Joy tends to very stupidly get caught a lot and beat up, before he grabs his gun and blasts everything in sight. Oh, and he can shoot it out Rambo style, by himself mostly, against an entire gang of thugs standing only thirty or so feet away from him.
How bad can a movie get, when a Hispanic bartender can’t even speak good Spanish?
Anyway, despite these critical shortcomings, I did enjoy most of this movie. Joy had the personality of a cold stone, but we did see a little depth in the young prostitute he befriends, in the conniving bartender, in an outcast former boy-toy Negro, and among the kingpin’s closest henchmen. What surprised me the most was that the big drug boss showed the most diversity among the entire cast. He was given ample time to express his emotions and thoughts during the film, going from savior to devil, charismatic to ruthless and other light and dark contrasting traits.
If I were still doing Gnostic interpretations of pop media, I would qualify the drug boss as the Demiurge, with protagonist Joy as a man necessarily stoic because his emotions and ambitions are being played out by the characters and events around him. Aspects of his inner self are being realized before him as his bland soul or core travels from Point A to Point B. Joy would understand that metaphysically he was the prostitute, the bartender, his lost daughter, the drug boss and everybody else as an aspect of himself, with the Demiurge leading him along through dips and valleys where he is a witness more than a participant. He has to experience getting beat up several times, for example, before he can react. The beating creates an imbalance he must balance out again to return to his bland self.
The Demiurge became Joy’s biggest setback / failure / addiction that had to be cast off. Notice that the drug boss died squealing and bleeding on the steps of a church. This signifies giving up that persistent setback to divine providence / Source / God. Joy has become whole by gaining his daughter (completion) and letting go of his enemy (the void). Anyway, that’s my Deep Thought for the day. The movie was overly simplistic with Joy’s six-shooter that never runs out of bullets, except once, but if you take a closer look at the dynamic between him and his antagonist, you’ll see there are some very subtle, metaphysically oppositional underlying currents hiding there.