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After her ex-husband Carlos shoots Celeste three times in the gut, it’s time to play dirty. In the fight for her godson, Rob, she hires three outlawed and redneck brothers to bring him back to her. But nothing can be that simple in the South. What begins as a small rescue mission rises to a southern battle royal. This odd team must shoot their way through gorgeous female assassins, Native American hunters, Federal agents, and a whole lot of metal coming after them, while protecting Celeste’s innocent child.

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Release date: Jan 11, 2013
 
MPAA rating: Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, some sexual and drug content
 
Runtime: 98 min
 
Movie Reviews:
  • 50
    Salon.com - by Andrew O'Hehir
    I'm not sure whether to recommend The Baytown Outlaws as a guns 'n' glory time-waster or warn you off it as a piece of mendacious trash. So I'll do both. ...read more

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    The New York Times - by Stephen Holden
    The Baytown Outlaws" avidly subscribes to the grindhouse aesthetic of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. If it has the right spit-in-your-face attitude, it has neither the stamina nor the wit to go the distance, although it makes it about two-thirds of the way. ...

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    Village Voice - by Nick Schager
    A stew of cartoon stereotypes, violence, and "Freebird" cast in a skuzzy "Sons of Anarchy" mold. ...read more

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    New York Daily News - by Joe Neumaier
    Okay, y'all, the never-ending appeal of the Southern-fried crime caper for filmmakers hungry for flavor is back with The Baytown Outlaws. Only here, the drawling accents, screeching tires and sawed-off blasts that rise again don't amount to much. ...read more

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  1. Liana Shimunova

    There’s nothing wrong with tipping one’s cap to one’s influences, but in no case does this loud, crude and derivative film ever raise the bar. In fact, it actually lowers it.