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In 1980s Louisiana a police detective (W.Dafoe) arrests a contract killer (M.Dillon). To be with his wife (Amy Smart) and newborn, he becomes an informant and assists in taking down the crime ring boss etc. FBI, blood and revenge follows.
When Baton Rouge police detective Bud Carter busts contract killer Jesse Weiland, he convinces Jesse to become an informant and rat out the South's most powerful crime ring. So when the syndicate orders Carter's death and Weiland's ID'd as a snitch, the two team up to take down the mob and the crime boss who ordered
A movie like this doesn't deserve a name like Bad Country. The directing is all over, the acting is bad (even that of Willem Dafoe is a bit over-the-top) and lighting and music just doesn't do it for me.<br/><br/>This movie makes me feel that I'm watching a world full of depressed people. I just had to stop watching the movie when Lynn Weiland, played by Amy Smart, were having a conversation in a prison over those prison-telephone gadgets with her husband, played by Matt Dillion (of whom I'm not really a fan). The whole atmosphere of that scene was too fake: all the way from Amy Smart's shockingly bad acting to the what-is-this-noise excuse for music.<br/><br/>So, nope, rather not...
Bad Country, or Whiskey Bay as it was originally titled, is an overlooked tale of pulpy bayou set crime moodiness, with an exceptional cast, and despite being a direct to video, anonymous addition to the stream of films of its ilk that nobody gives a chance because they're not garnering any buzz, it's a really committed, well made flick, and based on a true story as well (how closely, I couldn't tell ya). Willem Dafoe gives zest and enthusiasm, playing Louisiana detective Bud Carter, a roughneck who makes an undercover arrest which leads to Aryan hard ass criminal Jesse Weiland (Matt Dillon), who might just be the key in bringing down an entire crime syndicate based in the area. Dillon, who's been keeping a low profile as of late, is excellent as Weiland, a nasty ex con with a violent streak who's informing for Bud to protect his wife (Amy Smart) and newborn son. Up against him and Bud is psychopathic southern dandy crime lord Lutin Adams (Tom Berenger). Berenger is an old pro and plays Adams to the hilt, giving us an evil Colonel Sanders with an unsettling Cajun accent and simmering nastiness. Neal McDonough is a slimy lawyer, and Bill Duke, and Don Yesso provide solid support. Dafoe and Berenger have a nice Platoon reunion moment in a bloody fistfight. It's a dirty, unglamorous look at the sad life of criminals and the men pursuing them. It's got a bleak, unrelenting tone of misery, but sticks to its guns, follows through with its story and provides solid entertainment.