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Crash Point Zero (2001)

A scientist recovers a powerful weapon created by inventor Nicola Tesla in the early twentieth century. Now, the plane carrying the device and a disparate group of passengers crashes in the Canadian mountains. The battle to survive begins.

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Antiques collector Maurice Hunter and his daughter Nadia and their Russian guides are in Siberia, on a search for the legendary Tesla death ray. This weapon has the ability to vaporize entire countries in the blink of an eye, and is responsible for the destruction of a half million acres of trees in Siberia in the 1950s. The ray is found in a cave full of bats, the Russian guides turn on the Hunters in an effort to steal the ray. Hunter uses the death ray to vaporize the Russian guides. Having found the ray, it must now be turned over to the CIA. First, Hunter and Nadia must get on a charter flight from Moscow to Canada with a bunch of American celebrities. The airplane is hijacked by a group of terrorists led by a man named Beck, who want the ray to use in a planned attack. But the jet crashes in Canada, and the passengers are stranded in the mountains of Alberta. The survivors include Hunter, Nadia, and Hunter's girlfriend Barbara. CIA agent Jason Ross and his partner Alan arrive to... Written by Todd Baldridge

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Some of the action sequences of this picture had been taken at least from another 3 action films: The crash plane is from Cliffhanger (1993), helicopter and car chase from Narrow Margin (1990) and the final action sequence (truck crash and the bridge explosion) are from The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996). See more »

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Pointless Zero
22 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

The number of goofs in this movie almost had me laughing.

The fantastic doomsday device is "Tesla's Death Ray." In this movie, the device consists of some electrical apparatus and a set of headphones, which is crammed into a wooden box that can fit under an airline seat. After Tesla journeyed to a remote part of Siberia in 1908, to test his death ray, he found its destructive potential is so great that Tesla never spoke of it again, so say the characters in this movie.

Despite a wealth of information available about Tesla's inventions and his notes, the makers of this movie plod onward with this fantastic device and numerous goofs. A geiger counter is used to track down Tesla's electrical device, earphones are used to control and direct its destructive force, Tesla installed a self-destruct mechanism but hid the device in a cave, and Tesla tested the device on "the 13th day of June in the year of our Lord, 1908."

Unfortunately, the Tunguska explosion occurred on June 30th, 1908, (not the 13th). Anyone expecting any facts about Tesla, his death ray, or the Tunguska explosion should look elsewhere. This hodge-podge doomsday device is the only excuse for what follows, and with the exception of "Bongo the Bear," I must rate this movie a pointless zero, (no stars).


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