Juarez Mexico (2007)
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A fearless private investigator sets out to solve the gruesome mystery that has haunted the town of Juarez, Mexico for nearly fifteen years in this dark thriller that takes its cue from a series of shocking and horrific crimes. The killing first started back in 1993. Since then, the mutilated bodies of nearly 400 women have turned up in the town of Juarez, and authorities remain no closer to catching the killer - or killers - than they did when the first victim was discovered. When private investigator Johnny Cash arrives in Juarez in search of the latest missing girl, however, the shocking truth behind these brutal crimes slowly starts coming into focus. Could it be that the death curse hanging over Juarez is finally about to be broken by one lone private investigator with no real leads and nothing to lose? … More
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An interesting take and slight depiction on the border crime situations.
Literally the worst movie I have EVER seen. It had a cool cover so I figured i'd give it a try and shut it off after 15 minutes because of how terrible the acting was...waste of time.
Juarez Mexico has pretty good theme going on and the atmosphere is just nice, and that is the only things that look good in this atrocious and laughable film. Juarez Mexico is an utterly inept film that tries to play off like a horror/mystery film. The film involves writer, director, producer, and star James Cahill walking around asking question about a girlā(TM)s disappearance. There is no doubt a terrifying subject, but Cahill spends much of the time putting clues and fighting villains in very ludicrous and unconvincing scenes. I am not kidding you, they are bad! Juarez, Mexico is a very cheap film with a lot of bad ideas. It will make you think Santa Conquers the Martians should have won an Academy Award for best special effects.
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