“The Marksman” follows the story of Jim Hanson, a rancher and former Marine who lives near the US-Mexico border. When he comes across a young boy named Miguel who is on the run from a drug cartel, he decides to take him under his wing and protect him. Together, they embark on a dangerous journey across the border while being pursued by a ruthless hitman who is determined to capture Miguel.
“The Marksman” received mixed reviews from critics. Some praised liam neeson's performance, the film's action sequences, and the chemistry between Neeson and jacob perez, who plays Miguel. However, others criticized the film's predictable plot, lack of depth in its characters, and its reliance on cliches.
Despite its flaws, the film is a well-made and entertaining action thriller that provides plenty of suspense and excitement. It's also an interesting exploration of the bond between a mentor and mentee and the lengths one will go to protect the people they care about.
“The Marksman” did not receive any major award nominations or wins.
|Directed by||robert lorenz,|
|Written by||robert lorenz Chris Charles Danny Kravitz|
|Produced by||Tai Duncan Mark Williams Warren Goz Eric Gold robert lorenz|
|Starring||liam neeson, jacob perez, katheryn winnick, juan pablo raba, teresa ruiz,|
|Edited by||Luis Carballar|
|Music by||Sean Callery|
|Raven Capital Management Sculptor Media Zero Gravity Management Voltage Pictures|
|Distributed by||Open Road Films Briarcliff Entertainment|
|Release date||January 15, 2021 (United States)|
|Running time||108 minutes|
|Box office||$23.1 million|