After retiring from his life as an outlaw, Nathaniel Reed (Trace Adkins) has settled down to a quaint family life with his wife Laura Lee. But Reed’s new, honest life is quickly interrupted when his old partner in crime Frank Bell shows up to inform Reed that US Marshal Woody Calhoun (Kim Coates) is out to kill them over an old grudge and he’s enlisted bounty hunter Bonnie Mudd to help. After a gun battle that supposedly kills Laura Lee, Reed flees to lead Bell and Sid Dalton (Judd Nelson) on a series of stagecoach robberies. As the men avoid Calhoun and become the most wanted outlaws in the West, Reed earns the nickname “Texas Jack.” Their careers as stagecoach robbers comes to an abrupt end when, Bell and Calhoun set a trap for Reed. Reed escapes, but not for long. Calhoun captures Laura Lee to draw Red out of hiding. In an intense shootout, Reed saves Laura Lee and Sid from Calhoun and clears his name. Based on a true story.
Winner of Best Motion Picture at the Canadian Diversity Awards. (August 2016)
Based on the life and death of Pat Tillman. A Pro NFL player who turned down a multi-million dollar football career, to join the Army and died by friendly fire. Early in the evening of April 22, 2004, a heavily armored vehicle in the trailing half of a split platoon came under attack from enemy fire in the rugged mountainous terrain of southeastern Afghanistan. Soldiers in a Humvee opened fire in retaliation but instead shot at fellow Rangers positioned ahead, killing Pat Tillman and an Afghan soldier standing 10 feet off Tillman’s left shoulder. The former NFL safety — the Army’s most celebrated volunteer took three bullets to the forehead.