A somehow-pushover swat-whatever officer becomes embroiled in southern USA drug stuff.
Not for me on so many levels, particularly because the lead character is unrealistic and unlikeable.
- Why is the FBI in Mexico? Aren't they in Mexico?
- Oh, a token female.
- Oh, the token female in a leader. How extra-affirmative-action. She should also be missing a foot and identify as black.
- There is no fucking way in hell there could be bodies in the wall where, when the drywall is removed, they can smell them and yet when the drywall is up they can't.
- How many bodies is that? 15 there, 20 there.. there's no way that works. It would have been easier to dig some damned graves.
- Would someone be sent home to take care of their own head wound? Aren't there, like, medical professionals?
- Oh, it's near Phoenix, Arizona.
- Her being asked if she's married is illegal. A woman in that position would be a hell-raising bitch. As green as she is, she's a fucking boots on the ground leader doing front line work. There's no way workplace harassment would pass her. This character's timidity is unrealistic bullshit.
- Then being asked if she has kids.
- Then not insisting that her partner come with her.
- The massive escort makes no fucking sense. They could have flown over there and been all stealthy and shit, having their gear carted in for them.
- Why would the ghost and his friend switch to English?
- If he wants to know "everything" then what about the basics like who the fuck they are and what they want with her?
- Oh hell, he's major-friendzoned.
- "Two beers" .. as though that flies. Maybe they should be asking for whatever beer company paid for the native ad.
- Her complaining about needing a smoke is odd. Just go bum one. She's a woman. Free stuff.
I got bored.. I did watch it all, but ended up losing interest.