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Cee Cee Reicker is a woman whose love must be earned, not bought. However, even when her husband Keith wins a prize of 23 million dollars, Cee Cee isn't sure if she can repair her unstable marriage. Without agreeing, she accepts to fly with Keith and her son to get the prize. The flight has a fatal ending, and the plane is forced to land somewhere on a snowy mountain. She discovers that their plane crash isn't really accidental.Written by
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To call this film 'formula' is truly understating the case. To put it in the Action/Adventure category is almost a joke. Why do 8-figure lottery winners venture out in a Cessna to claim their prize? For a million, you could build a team of gold robots to build you an airport, then charter a jet to come in and fly you out. Shannen Doherty gives yet another unmemorable performance, James Marshall looks bored most of the time. Our supervillains with high-powered rifles and snowmobiles are reminiscent or Judge Reinhold and Helen Slater in Ruthless People. Or am I thinking of Romancing the Stone? These are parodies, caricatures from movies of the past. The moral? When running for your life, *always* go back for your gear. If that means diving through a window while on fire, or getting shot at while pulling a massive, heavy sled, so be it. You must never forget - you must *always* go back for your gear. And we're in North America, right?
Why does the generator put out "...about 220..." volts to run household lights? Don't quit your day jobs, guys.
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