Communication is the key for the survival of nine strangers who have been kidnapped by a masked gunman and told that one of them will die every ten minutes until they discover why they are ... See full summary »
Melissa Joan Hart,
William Lee Scott,
Based on the true-life story of Deborah Scaling Kiley, an experienced sailor who survived the sinking of a sailboat she was helping to deliver down the Atlantic coast of the USA in 1982. See more »
Jason and my mom were both trying to teach me the same thing. There's nothing wrong with needing people. That's what makes us strong. That's what makes us human. And that's why I'm alive today.
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I sat down and watched this movie yesterday out of pure boredom. I am not a fan of Melissa Joan Hart, so it was hard for me to watch the entire thing. I am, however, a fan of Jonathan Brandis. I had the pleasure of watching his career from beginning to end. Since we are the same age, it's almost as if I watched him grow up as I did. I miss him and will never understand. But, enough of that, on to the movie. While Brandis' best performance, in my opinion, is a toss-up between his character on Seaquest DSV and his role in Stephen King's It, this performance was pretty top notch for him. He delivered well, considering the poor script and terrible, childish acting from his co-star Melissa Joan Hart. As far as survival movies go, this one is pretty lame. The movie on the whole is not worth one's time unless you just happen to be a fan of Jonathan or Melissa(ugh).
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