Former United States Marine Corps Scout Sniper and Vietnam War veteran Jim Hanson, a widower and alchoholic lives along the Arizona-Mexico border alongside his dog, Jackson, and reports attempted illegal crossings to the United States Border Patrol, for whom his step-daughter Sarah Pennington works. One day, while on patrol, he encounters Rosa and her son Miguel, Mexican citizens on the run from the cartel.[6] Hanson calls border patrol on them before he sees the cartel coming up. He ends the call and gets involved in a shootout with the cartel led by Mauricio. Hanson shoots and kills Mauricio's brother; Rosa is fatally wounded by one of the cartel members. Before she dies, she gives Hanson a note that lists her family's address in Chicago. Hanson reluctantly agrees to take Miguel to her family in Chicago. Border patrol show up after her death and take in Miguel. One of the cartel members comes in and claims that he's a relative of Miguel. Hanson happens to see their car there and sneaks Miguel out to go to Chicago. The cartel use fake passports to get into America to follow Hanson and Miguel. A corrupt border patrol officer sees their gang tattoos, recognizes that the passports are fake, and allows them in anyway. After Hanson uses his credit card to repair his truck, Mauricio tracks the pair to Route 66 in Texas. A corrupt cop follows Hanson and Miguel and pulls them over after they found out where they were. The cop tells Hanson to get in the police vehicle while he “goes and talks to the boy”. The cop takes Hanson's driver's license and keys and searches his pickup truck, but never actually talks to Miguel. Realizing the officer is corrupt Hanson subdues the officer and retrieves his keys. A short while later, Mauricio and the rest of the cartel catch up with the corrupt officer and kill him while Hanson and Miguel watch from a distance. Hanson and Miguel continue to make their way north. While staying at a motel, Hanson bribes the receptionist to not register him and Miguel as guests before the cartel shows up and during the escape, they kill Jackson. The patch on the truck's radiator fails while attempting to get away from the cartel and they are forced to stop. Eventually, Mauricio and his men catch up to Hanson and a firefight breaks out on a nearby farm. Hanson manages to kill three of the cartel members, but Mauricio captures Miguel. After a skirmish, Hanson is stabbed but seriously wounds Mauricio with a gunshot. Hanson offers him a coup de grâce leaving a single bullet in his gun or a choice to shoot Hanson. As Hanson and Miguel leave the farm, they hear a gunshot, indicating that Mauricio chose to commit suicide. The pair eventually reach Miguel's family in Chicago and the film ends with Hanson getting on a city bus. Realizing he's been fatally wounded, he finally closes his eyes and falls unconscious, presumably dying.

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The Marksman (2021)

PG-13

Action/Drama/Suspense/Thriller · 1h 48m · 1/15/2021

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Former United States Marine Corps Scout Sniper and Vietnam War veteran Jim Hanson, a widower and alchoholic lives along the Arizona-Mexico border alongside his dog, Jackson, and reports attempted illegal crossings to the United States Border Patrol, for whom his step-daughter Sarah Pennington works. One day, while on patrol, he encounters Rosa and her son Miguel, Mexican citizens on the run from the cartel.[6] Hanson calls border patrol on them before he sees the cartel coming up. He ends the call and gets involved in a shootout with the cartel led by Mauricio. Hanson shoots and kills Mauricio's brother; Rosa is fatally wounded by one of the cartel members. Before she dies, she gives Hanson a note that lists her family's address in Chicago. Hanson reluctantly agrees to take Miguel to her family in Chicago. Border patrol show up after her death and take in Miguel. One of the cartel members comes in and claims that he's a relative of Miguel. Hanson happens to see their car there and sneaks Miguel out to go to Chicago. The cartel use fake passports to get into America to follow Hanson and Miguel. A corrupt border patrol officer sees their gang tattoos, recognizes that the passports are fake, and allows them in anyway. After Hanson uses his credit card to repair his truck, Mauricio tracks the pair to Route 66 in Texas. A corrupt cop follows Hanson and Miguel and pulls them over after they found out where they were. The cop tells Hanson to get in the police vehicle while he “goes and talks to the boy”. The cop takes Hanson's driver's license and keys and searches his pickup truck, but never actually talks to Miguel. Realizing the officer is corrupt Hanson subdues the officer and retrieves his keys. A short while later, Mauricio and the rest of the cartel catch up with the corrupt officer and kill him while Hanson and Miguel watch from a distance. Hanson and Miguel continue to make their way north. While staying at a motel, Hanson bribes the receptionist to not register him and Miguel as guests before the cartel shows up and during the escape, they kill Jackson. The patch on the truck's radiator fails while attempting to get away from the cartel and they are forced to stop. Eventually, Mauricio and his men catch up to Hanson and a firefight breaks out on a nearby farm. Hanson manages to kill three of the cartel members, but Mauricio captures Miguel. After a skirmish, Hanson is stabbed but seriously wounds Mauricio with a gunshot. Hanson offers him a coup de grâce leaving a single bullet in his gun or a choice to shoot Hanson. As Hanson and Miguel leave the farm, they hear a gunshot, indicating that Mauricio chose to commit suicide. The pair eventually reach Miguel's family in Chicago and the film ends with Hanson getting on a city bus. Realizing he's been fatally wounded, he finally closes his eyes and falls unconscious, presumably dying.

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Status

Released

Languages

German, English, Spanish

Country

United States

Production Companies

Cutting Edge Group, Raven Capital Management, Sculptor Media, Stonehouse Motion Pictures, UTA Independent Film Group, Voltage Pictures, Zero Gravity Management

Budget

$23,000,000

Revenue

$22,988,549
Cast
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Liam Neeson

Jim
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Jacob Perez

Miguel
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Harry Maldonado

Teenager
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Teresa Ruiz

Rosa
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Alfredo Quiroz

Carlos
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Sean A. Rosales

Hernando
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Jose Vasquez

Isidro
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Juan Pablo Raba

Maurico
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Antonio Leyba

Rigo
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Clark Sanchez

Migrant
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Alex Knight

Carl Neeham
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Dylan Kenin

Randall
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Luce Rains

Everett Crawford
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Katheryn Winnick

Sarah
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Ann Barrett Richards

Bartender Clara
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David DeLao

Coyote
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Elias Gallegos

Agent Diaz
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Yediel Quiles

Jorge
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Christian Hicks

Agent Denny
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Grayson Berry

Customs Officer
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Esodie Geiger

K9 Officer
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Amber Midthunder

Gas Station Clerk
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Jose Mijangos

Emilio
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Roger Jerome

Otto
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Rose Leininger

Waitress
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Lelia Symington

Tina, Junge Frau im Auto
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Chase Mullins

Mark
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Vic Browder

Highway Patrol Officer
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Charles David Richards

Gun Store Owner
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Assad Khaishgi

Motel Clerk
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Jared Corum

Deputy
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Kellen Boyle

Dalton
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Tommy Lafitte

Minister
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Jeremy Evitts

Tattooed man
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Scott Shirai

Asian store keeper
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Patricia Rodriguez

Aunt
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Chris Breen

Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Jeffrey Cain

Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Shawn Cody Calvert

Laborer (uncredited)
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Cynthia Casaus

Tourist at The Market (uncredited)
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Sonny Ciarlillo

Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Richard Fike

Truck Driver
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Gary Flamik

Street Crowd Spectator (uncredited)
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Reese Foster

Border Patrol Officer (uncredited)
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Brian Gackowski

Store Clerk
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Jim Hagan

Clothing Store Shopper (uncredited)
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Adam Hicks

Border Patrol Agent (uncredited)
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Garrett Ielapi

Cartel Thug
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Mike Kuse

Border Patrol Officer (uncredited)
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James LaPrelle

Border Crossing Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Dustin Pennington

Contractor (uncredited)
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Gonzalo Robles

Latino Thug
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Destiny Pearl Salgado

Child playing soccer
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Melissa Santiago

Church Bake Sale Lady (uncredited)
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Cheo Tapia

Border driver
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Ming Wang

Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Lew Wurdeman

Border crossing pedestrian / Border crossing driver (uncredited)
Crew
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Robert Lorenz

Director
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Chris Charles

Writer
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Danny Kravitz

Writer
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Robert Lorenz

Writer
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Tai Duncan

Producer
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Eric Gold

Producer
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Warren Goz

Producer
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Sean Callery

Music
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Mark Patten

Cinematograpy
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Luis Carballar

Editor
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Gregory G. Sandoval

Art
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Kyle Arzt

Sound
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Steven Ticknor

Sound
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The Marksman

(Blu-ray, Keep Case (HD Slim, Low))

5/11/2021

$9.74

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The Marksman

(DVD, Clamshell)

5/11/2021

$7.45 -$5.52 (43%)

Disc Title Front Cover

The Marksman

(DVD, Keep Case (Std.))

1/15/2021

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