A favourite in these parts, South Korean director Kim Ji-Woon is the sort of genre-hopping director reminiscent of Danny Boyle or Gore Verbinski, his horror film A Tale of Two Sisters ranks amongst the best Asian horror movies to come out in he last 20 years, and his Gangster film A Bittersweet Life as sumptuous and magnificent as his kimchi-western The Good The Bad and The Weird is manic and kinetic or his serial killer satire I Saw The Devil was gory. For his English language debut, he has got the ex-Governator himself as the lead in a gun ‘n action picture. Schwarzenegger plays the sheriff in a small town that is the last stop before the Mexican border. He and his inexperienced staff have to stop a very well armed drug cartel from making the crossing. What is a pretty swanky collection of character actors, Forrest Whitaker, Harry Dean Stanton, Luis Guzman, Eduardo Noriega, Johnny Knoxville and Peter Stormare are on support in a movie that has a lot of guns, vehicles and explosions.