The Marksman


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                 The Marksman movie synopsis

Jim was a Marine who lived his life alone as a businessman on the Arizona-Mexico border. But her peaceful life soon comes as she tries to protect the boy from a vicious circle of fugitives.

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                 The Marksman movie Review

Liam Neeson continued the Charles Bronsen stage of his long career with the lively acting of Robert Lawrence, representing the actor's second fight in three months. The honest thief's heel came briefly, and Marksman was constantly bombarded in the '70s and' 80s by solid, hopeless programmer Bronson. In 1974, think of something like Mr. Majestic, the compelling hero who in this case has to deal with the bad guys, is a farmer in Arizona rather than a watermelon farmer in Colorado. In both cases, the star - and the film - get the job done.

The former Marine sharpshooter (Notch) is not Nissan's character and Jim Hanson doesn't want any problems. He still mourns his wife's recent death, his farm is already threatened, and he asks his old pig "who is the best dog in the world?" But when he sees a migrant boy, Rosa (Theresa Ruiz), and his 11-year-old son Miguel (Jacob Perez) fleeing the drug killer gang, he is forced to take action. Hanson manages to stop them, but Rosa is not killed in the shooting. At the time of his death, he begged him to bring his son to care for his relatives in Chicago.

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When Miguel was arrested by the border officers, Hanson allowed his conscience to take hold, and he was able to free the boy to the surprise of his daughter, the Border Patrol Sarah (Catherine Winick, Vikings). Thus began a nationwide chase between Henson and the murderers, with the bloodless Mauricio (Juan Pablo Raba of Narcos, who understood the danger) worrying about the child claiming that he had a large amount of drug money.

It is as predictable as you might expect. Lawrence, who co-authored the script, revolves around promoting Hanson, a type of soft karmist who rejects modern technology such as cell phones, co-authored by Chris Charles and Danny Gravitz. "You don't need to call me, I want this," he said in disbelief. Of course, his interest in Lloyd leads to problems, including trying to buy a street atlas, when the young shop expert didn't know what it was. On the other hand, he certainly did not lose the sharp skills that he had during the Vietnam War.

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The film is very useful - not in relatively short order - although a climatic shoot-out is well organized - but depicts the growing bond between Hanson and the boy for whom he risked his life. To protect. Even so often Nissan does not use the same sensibilities as the actor (Kick these days, anyway), which turns out to be a reliable and organic formula. This allows the young actor, Perez, to coincide with Pulse, reflecting a natural character that is even more interesting, given that it represents his special debt.

Director Lawrence is a long-time partner of Clint Eastwood, who has produced Best Picture Oscar nominations such as Letter from Mystic River, Iwo Jima and Trouble with the American Sniper and Curb; If this film were made ten or 20 years ago, it would be easy to imagine that Eastwood would be a star. The film illustrates the measured walk and consistency that many of Eastwood's films represent, and Nissan delivers a performance similar to Eastwood's, while at the same time highlighting an emotional weakness that proves to be fully integrated. It is easy to see that the unique combination of mature rugged manhood and Irish soul made him an ideal hero in these extended times.
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