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Incident at Deception Ridge (1994)

Add Ray and Dell are professional extortionists who make their living kidnapping rich men's wives for ransom. However, this time an unhappy marriage turns their plans awry. As they try to ... See full summary »

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Jack Bolder
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Jack Davis
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Helen Davis
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Natalie Harris
Colleen Flynn ...
Lianne Melrose
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Del Hayes
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Sam Bates
Tom Glass ...
Bus Driver
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Middle-Aged Man (as Alan C. Peterson)
D. Neil Clark ...
Bootcamp Marine
Morgan Brayton ...
Waitress
Lucinda Nielsen ...
Mrs. Bates
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Homeless Man
Roman Podhora ...
Hiker
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Add Ray and Dell are professional extortionists who make their living kidnapping rich men's wives for ransom. However, this time an unhappy marriage turns their plans awry. As they try to salvage the situation and recover their money, a busload of strangers gets in their way. These ordinary passengers on a trip to Seattle--an ex-con, his sister, an asthmatic kid, and a blind woman--prove extraordinarily resourceful when their survival depends upon it. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

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Drama | Thriller

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15 September 1994 (USA)  »

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A rettegés útja  »

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Reasonable Sunday afternoon B Movie
22 May 2004 | by (Panama) – See all my reviews

The plot couldn't be simpler but the acting is reasonable to good, and the nature scenery (British Columbia come Oregon) is beautiful. This is an entertaining action movie with some character development and a bit of romance (good and bad) that didn't take a lot of effort to follow. None the less the film keeps your attention because the scenes change so rapidly.

There is no gratuitous foul language, but a bit of silly shooting.

It is not overly clear or credible why the larger group of burdened pursued, keep managing to outrun their fleeter-footed pursuers. And it is never clear why the pursued didn't try to deceive their advantaged pursuers.

5.7 / 10 on my scale


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