Jennifer Lopez's true-story flick Bordertown will be seen solely on the video shelves, going straight to video.

The flick was only supposed to open in Dalls and El Paso Texas, but now it appears that distributor THINKFilm is pulling it from the theatrical release slate and will release it on DVD in February, about one year after it was booed during its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.

The movie, directed by Gregory Navar and produced by J-Lo and her Nuyorican prodco, is based on a true story about a reporter digging into a story about women being murdered in a Mexican town near the U.S. border.

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