Gringo is a messy, confused entry in the crime genre that wastes its stellar ensemble on an uninspired narrative and leaves minimal impact.
Gringo is the latest project from director Nash Edgerton, a longtime Hollywood stuntman who has also helmed a number of short films in his career. With this movie, he’s making the jump to feature-length pictures, accompanied by an all-star cast that includes his brother Joel Edgerton, David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron, and Sharlto Copley. In marketing, Gringo was positioned as some kind of off-kilter dark comedy revolving around a weed pill and a kidnapping in Mexico, but the end result is something a little ...
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