Toby is a divorced father who's trying to make a better life for his son. His brother Tanner is an ex-convict with a short temper and a loose trigger finger. Together, they plan a series of heists against the bank that's about to foreclose on their family ranch. Standing in their way is Marcus, a Texas Ranger who's only weeks away from retirement. As the siblings plot their final robbery, they must also prepare for a showdown with a crafty lawman who's not ready to ride off into the sunset.
Miscellaneous When the casino cashier hands over the check the name of the bank is incorrect. The check shows "Texas Midland Bank" when it should be "Texas Midlands Bank"
Factual Mistake The shot where Chris Pine's character puts hydrogen peroxide on his bullet wound should have produced foam and at least a wince
Factual Mistake The actors in the film state several times that the foreclosure sale of the family ranch will occur on Friday. All foreclosure sales in Texas only occur on the first Tuesday of the month
Factual Mistake When Toby is stopped at the very tense police checkpoint, it is clear that his car has no front license plate, which is illegal in Texas and therefore very noticeable to the police
Errors in Geography Though the movie is set in West Texas, the first two bank robberies supposedly take place in Archer City and Olney, Texas, which would be considered North Texas
Errors in Geography The Albuquerque skyline can be seen from the Rangers' office window
Continuity When Alberto and Marcus are in the hotel room, Marcus puts his beer into the six pack case. The other five bottles clearly have red caps on them. When the scene changes position, none of the bottles have caps on them.
Continuity After Chris Pine's character eats at the diner and leaves a tip at the table. He walks out to the parking lot to hear his brother yelling "Start the car!" After robbing a near by bank
Continuity When Jeff Bridges and his partner are arguing about who should answer his cell phone, Bridges is driving. When they come to the cowhands burning their field and stop to chat, Bridges is in the passenger seat, with no explanation about the switch
The high-speed chase scene was filmed on NM State Road 311, past Ranchvale, NM
Parts of Comancheria are being filmed in Clovis, NM, with residents of the city being used as extras
This movie is set in Texas, but not a single scene was actually filmed there
Parts of Comancheria are being filmed in Clovis, NM, with residents of the city being used as extras.
Parts of this movie were filmed at the Route 66 Casino, with the casino patrons/employees being voluntary extras.
Comancheria is set in West Texas and is named after the region of New Mexico, West Texas, and nearby areas occupied by the Comanche before the 1860s.
The high speed chase scene was filmed on NM State Road 311, past Ranchvale, NM.
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