BorderCross: Directed by Chuck Walker. With Lorenzo Lamas, Connor Pryce, Elisha Kriis, Shawna Craig. Ex-boxer Danny”Boy” Jackson only left the room for a second, and came back to find his son gone. He quickly finds that human traffickers have taken him to be sold in the Middle East. With only hours left, and the clock ticking, Danny “Boy” Jackson comes out of retirement.
“Sorry to say, but this film is about as lame as they come, as it contains loads of wooden and stilted dialogue and acting.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eLorenzo Lamas stars as Danny u0026quot;Boyu0026quot; Jackson, a veteran and popular boxer whou0026#39;s never had a shot at the title. Now, heu0026#39;s scheduled to meet the champ but all purses will go to charity, so itu0026#39;s more for honor than anything else.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eHowever soon after arriving at his motel, his 14-year-old son Jamie is kidnapped and taken hostage. Danny will learn the kidnappers are human traffickers and that heu0026#39;ll have to act quickly to save his son. Thus, the remainder of the movie will involve Danny frantically trying to locate and recover Jamie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf youu0026#39;re looking for a lot of Danny Trejo, whou0026#39;s featured on the DVD jacket, heu0026#39;s only in a few scenes in a backup role. To note, there were no subtitles on my DVD copy, but I was able to access them on my closed captions in my remote.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOverall, I just found this film to be below B-movie quality and I would say itu0026#39;s probably not worthy of your time.”