The Frontier


Crime / Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.4 10 811

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AJ Bowen as Officer Gault
Jamie Harris as Flynn
Jim Beaver as Lee

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by LOL101LOL 7 / 10

Not bad

I just finished watching this, I gave it a 7 due to the great way they filmed this, you swear it's a film made and set in the 70's, the grainy look, the set, the music, everything even down to the 70's kinda storyline, cars and clothing, extremely well done, even at the end the music score sounds if it's from the 70's.

Nothing new as yeah everything has been sort of done, but the cast is solid, simple but effective story line, but a rare sort of film that fools you thinking its years old.

7 out of 10

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Reviewed by ecmelton-186-105049 10 / 10

It's a great film to watch on a dark summer night.

The Frontier is an old fashioned thriller washed in the aesthetics of the Southwest and the Seventies. It feels old and timeless but also modern and crisp. The brisk pace and interesting characters makes the movie fly by. I highly recommend it.

Reviewed by rob-m-neilson 9 / 10

They don't make em like they used to (except for this one)!

Oren Shai's The Frontier is a slick Americana genre throwback, that truly makes me pine for the good ole days.

I was lucky enough to catch this film at SXSW, and it was glorious to watch on the big screen. Shot on gorgeous Super 16mm with wardrobe and production design that leap off the screen like a pulp novel come to life.

Laine arrives at The Frontier motel on the run from her problems, and she encounters a cast of characters with their own secrets to hide.

Jocelin Donahue is superb as Laine, the girl on the run who uses her wits to stay one step ahead of everyone. This is truly a demanding role that she excels in, as she's on-screen for virtually the entire film. If this were a pulp book, I'd gladly read the next 10-20 episodes of her story.

If I watched this in a drive in I'd have a hard time not thinking that I've gone back in time to 1974. So forget whatever tentpole blockbuster schlock that you're going to pay exorbitant prices to see at the local megaplex. Instead, let's turn the dial back and settle in to watch interesting people, behaving badly.

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