600 Miles (2015)

R   |    |  Drama, Thriller

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Arnulfo Rubio smuggles weapons for a deadly Mexican cartel. ATF agent Hank Harris attempts to apprehend him, but gets kidnapped by Rubio, instead. Rubio takes him to his bosses, but during the 600-mile-long drive, they slowly befriend.




  • Tim Roth in 600 Miles (2015)
  • Tim Roth in 600 Miles (2015)
  • Tim Roth in 600 Miles (2015)
  • Tim Roth and Kristyan Ferrer in 600 Miles (2015)
  • Tim Roth and Kristyan Ferrer in 600 Miles (2015)
  • Tim Roth and Kristyan Ferrer in 600 Miles (2015)

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22 August 2016 | brightthings
| Looooooooong liiiiiingggering shotssszzzzz
You'd be better off reading the plot of this somewhere and saving yourself some time. But if you like watching different people driving vehicles for extended periods from a passenger's perspective, you'll love this.

The makers were obviously looking for some kind of real-time realism by keeping the camera lingering on scenes where nothing important happens, where a person is just thinking and driving. This kind of reminded me of car interior scenes in early Tarantino films (the only ones of his worth watching). However, they were more stylish and involved action and purpose.

In this movie, the okay acting is spoiled by the pointlessly long lingering shots in vehicles and elsewhere. Check out Sicario instead if you're looking for a Mexican cartel movie and avoid this one.

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Plot Summary


Drama | Thriller


Release Date:

5 July 2016


Spanish, English

Country of Origin

Mexico, USA

Filming Locations

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Box Office

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