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The film is a road-trip, a story about the virtue of surviving and the right of each individual to choose their own ending. After traveling to Mexico with his grandson (Jeremy Irvine), a rancher (Robert Duvall) finds stolen money from a drug deal.
A Night In Old Mexico would be stronger if it acknowledged a bit more how tall a tale it's telling. But it's good to see Duvall demonstrate so forcibly that he has no intention of going gently into that good night.
Duvall can justify it all, he's just that kind of actor, but "A Night in Old Mexico" hasn't worked hard enough to give him a story worthy of his talents. In many cases, he is acting all alone up there.