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The Spring (2000)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 16 January 2000
A man and his son stumble onto a modern-day fountain of youth while camping in the woods.

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(as David S. Jackson)

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Dennis Conway
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Sophie Weston
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Nick Conway
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Gus
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Josh Gamble
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Robert Lovell / Woodrow Lovell
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Megan O'Hare
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Caleb Dunn
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Emma Baker
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Dylan McLean
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Mayor Watanabe (as Ronin)
Camyar Chai ...
Vandipear (as Cam Chai)
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Molly Lovell (as Deni Delory)
Byron Lucas ...
Jack Pendergast
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Grace Pendergast
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Single father Dennis Conway is travelling with his son Nick. They stop in a small town where Nick has an accident and has to spend some time in the hospital. While Nick is hospitalized his father falls for the nurse who gives up the towns secret (a spring that has healing powers and is virtually a fountain of youth). Written by Les MacDonald at <mcmac@mb.sympatico.ca>

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A town has a secret so deadly, they're willing to kill for it. See more »

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and sensuality | See all certifications »
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16 January 2000 (USA)  »

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At Jack's birthday party, when Gus is in the fountain after he's been holding Jack's head under, the water is almost right at the collar of his shirt, and in the next shot, it's right around his waist. See more »

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Very bad but better than others
6 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

This movie was a confusing piece of garbage. You never knew what was going on. The characters were poorly written and for the most part they were totally unsympathetic except for Gus (played masterfully by George Eads). I hate this movie but compared to others (Dark Harvest, Dracula's Curse) it should have won an academy award. It was particularly sad to see a talented actor like George Eads in such a disgraceful and tacky film. Lifetime you have sunken to whole new low. Someone needs to make sure that this director never works in movies again. Also was this supposed to be a horror film because it was a lot more funny than scary. For shame Lifetime, For shame.


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