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Val Kilmer stars with Jennifer Esposito and Gary Cole in this explosive, action-packed film about a former Special Operations United States Marine who brings justice to a small border town. After he's wounded during combat in Iraq, MacPherson (Kilmer) reluctantly agrees to join a fellow soldier at his Arizona ranch. But when MacPherson arrives, his friend has mysteriously disappeared and no one will admit to knowing him. When he discovers that a corporate entity is running illegal aliens out of town by any means possible, MacPherson decides to get revenge and won't stop until everyone involved has been punished for their crimes.
Love, love, love this movie. Val Kilmer is phenomenal in it. Against the odds, he stood up for a friend and in the end triumphs.Published 12 months ago by Michelle Cornwall
I would recommend this movie if you are interested in this type of movie.Published 13 months ago by Robert Harris
This seems to be a remake of the film made in the 1950s with Spencer Tracy starring called Bad Day at Black Rock. Read morePublished on July 17, 2013 by Dr. H. A. Jones
Another good DVD to watch. some people can write a book on nothing, I can't and won't. All I can say is I liked it, I think you will to.Published on June 22, 2012 by Christopher Beck
This movie is so bad, it is pathetic. It is a slap in the face of anyone that has served as a Marine. Read morePublished on May 14, 2012 by Kindle Customer
Wow.. there is so much wrong with this movie, I don't know where to begin.
The plot? Um...yeah right.
Val Kilmer plays an marine....yeah right! Read more
"Conspiracy" is not a great action movie, even by DTV standards, because Val Kilmer is not an action hero. Read morePublished on March 19, 2009 by Michael Seahorn
If you haven't seen "Bad Day at Black Rock", "Rambo: First Blood", "Mississippi Burning" and a number of other far superior films you will probably find this quite enjoyable. Read morePublished on March 6, 2009 by S J Buck