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Beast of Burden
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The skies over the border of the United States and Mexico can be as dangerous and unforgiving as the desert below. Sean Haggerty (Daniel Radcliffe) has flown a route between the two countries many times with a secret cargo of heroin for a Mexican cartel. But tonight Sean isn't just a drug mule - he's a DEA informant with a stolen cartel laptop. Sean knows that his survival depends on sticking to his plan. FLY his plane. DROP his cargo. LAND his plane. RUN home to his wife. One more flight and the DEA gets what they want - a roadmap to take down the biggest cartel in Mexico. One more flight and Sean gets what he wants - witness protection and lifesaving surgery for his ailing wife. FLY. DROP. LAND. RUN. His plan is sound... until it isn't. Sean's wife, Jen,(Grace Gummer) is kidnapped by the cartel and the only way she makes it through the night is if Sean ditches his deal with the DEA. He's forced to fight for his life, and Jen's, all from the cockpit of his plane.
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Sean (Daniel Radcliffe) is transporting drugs in a small aircraft in a storm to get his wife medicine. The drug runner is the protagonist. He has issues with his wife and the dealers as we watch him chat inside his flight simulator. The boring scenes are interrupted by occasional flashbacks and later by on the ground scenes. Pretty boring stuff.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
Everything goes on in the tiny cockpit of the cessna plane. A few scenes are taken outside of the plane, like 15% (in the dark or at night), the rest is total c.r.a.p.! Not worth watching. It's a trash film, not even intellectualy motivating. After the success of Harry Potter, I can't believe, that Radcliffe could fall so low to participate in such a lame low budget movie. Stay away from this one.