In the beginning of the movie we see Joe Bill “Rack” Racklin (Toby Keith) an Oklahoma Deputy Sheriff, in Greer County which is known as the Crystal Methamphetamine center of the region.
Rack works with his best friend Lonnie Luther Feldman (Rodney Carrington) who is funny, but equally a few bricks short of a load. The change in his pocket is probably a higher number than his I.Q. score.
It didn’t seem to bother Rack as looked down at the uneaten celebration food on the table; he took a drink of beer and said, “It looks like Daddy needs to buy another lawn mower.”
Rack heard that his high-school sweetheart, Annie Streets (Claire Forlani) is back in town. Annie came home to take care of her mother who was ill or so Annie thought at the time.
Rack goes to see her at her step-father’s ranch. Her step-father Buck Baker (Barry Corbin) is anything but a father to Annie. Buck is a man who is for himself and his crooked dealings, because all he cares about is money.
I like it when the Sheriff Wilson Landry (Tom Skerritt) gives the toast—Whiskey for my men, and beer for my horses.
Another deputy who is simply in his own orbit is Skunk(Ted Nugent) one reason is his badge is tattooed on his chest, and he carries two guns stuck in his belt—no holsters.
Charlie (Willie Nelson) is a guy they met on the way to Mexico to rescue Annie. Charlie helps them repair Luther’s truck, because Luther went off the highway looking at a girl when she pulls her t-shirt up to show her breast.
This movie is worth every minute one spends for about 1 ½ hours of enjoyment.
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