The Baytown Outlaws

The Baytown Outlaws

The Baytown Outlaws brings new meaning to the term “Southern justice.” After her ex-husband Carlos (Billy Bob Thornton) attacks her and kidnaps her mentally-disabled godson Rob (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), Celeste (Eva Longoria) wants vengeance. She hires the Oodie brothers (Clayne Crawford, Daniel Cudmore, and Travis Fimmel), three redneck outlaws raised by Sheriff Millard (Andre Braugher) who do his dirty work, to recover Rob and kill Carlos. What they thought would be a quick mission soon explodes into a full-on war. Carlos, a drug lord, is not too keen on giving up Rob and his wealthy inheritance. The brothers must battle their way through a zany host of villains — seductive female biker assassins, Native American scalpers, Federal agents — in order to rescue Rob and fulfill their duty to Celeste. Because if you’re going to do something, you might as well do it right.

The Baytown Outlaws

Meanwhile, Sheriff Millard is under heat from ATF agent Anthony Reese (Paul Wesley) for the string of violence committed by the Oodie brothers. As the trio continues to chase Carlos through the South, the sheriff will have to make a choice between loyalty to his adopted sons and loyalty to the law. Will the brothers be able to reunite Celeste with her kidnapped godson? And if they do, will they ever be able to set foot in their town again?

The Baytown Outlaws

Written by Barry Battles and Griffin Hood and directed by Barry Battles, this Phase 4 Films action/comedy will see a limited release on January 18, 2013. Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, and some sexual and drug content.



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