Director: David Mackenzie
Starring: Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, Ben Foster
Rated: R (For some strong violence, language throughout and brief sexuality)
On one side we have two brothers, who have been put in a desperate situation, and are forced to rob banks to get out of it. On the other side we have a Texas Ranger, the man who is tasked with finding the two boys and bringing them to justice. On the surface these three would have little to do with each other aside from the bank heists that intertwine their lives together. Take a look deeper though, and they are more alike than they give credit for. You have Toby (Chris Pine), who is about to lose the family ranch to a bank that took advantage of them in some loan deals he was forced to take when she got sick. He is the one who comes up with the plan to rob the banks that stole from his family. His older brother, Tanner (Ben Foster), is an ex-convict who knows how to execute a plan and agrees to help just because they are family. On the other end you have Marcus (Jeff Bridges), who has been in law enforcement for many years and is about to retire.
Parents, there is VERY strong violence, some lanuage, a sexual assault, and some brief male nudity. Recommended for ages 17 and up.