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Film Review - The Last Stop in Yuma County


With “The Last Stop in Yuma County,” writer/director/editor Francis Galluppi presents a slow-burn story of crime and conversation in the blazing heat of Arizona. It’s the feature-length helming debut for Galluppi and it’s quite the tale of suspense in a single location. The screenplay provides a varied cast of characters stuck in a hostage situation, using the inherent tension of the showdown to create numerous opportunities for confrontations and peril. While it has some overt Quentin Tarantino-esque touches, the endeavor has a terrific sense of escalation and a bit of a mean streak, with Galluppi not afraid to get a little ugly with the nasty business of violence and untested criminals. “The Last Stop in Yuma County” is sharp and straightforward, with Galluppi trimming most of the fat to deliver surges of screen tension and flavorful performances in this excellent picture. Read the rest at


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