For burned-out Seattle cop Daniel Pruitt, a camping trip turns hellish when his wife, Jessica, is savagely attacked in the forest. En route to the hospital, the Pruitts collide with a semi,...
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For burned-out Seattle cop Daniel Pruitt, a camping trip turns hellish when his wife, Jessica, is savagely attacked in the forest. En route to the hospital, the Pruitts collide with a semi, and Jessica identifies the driver as her assailant. Enraged, Pruitt pummels the man. Once at the ER, however, she changes her mind and names a male nurse as her attacker. But before Pruitt can make amends, he learns that his victim, the son of Sheriff Morgan McKenna, is dead. Written by
Seattle cop Daniel Pruitt (Johnathon Schaech) is getting away from it all. While camping out in the woods, his wife Jessica (Elizabeth Lackey) is attacked. On the way to the hospital, they nearly crash into a semi-trailer. Jessica claims that the driver is her assailant. Daniel beats up the man and locks him up in the trailer. Then in the hospital, she claims the male nurse is her attacker. Daniel realizes his mistake, but before he could fix it, sheriff Morgan McKenna (James Caan) turns up at the hospital and reveals that the truck's driver is actually his son. He's been killed and they found Daniel's gun at the scene. The sheriff assumes that the attacker was at both crime scenes picking up the gun in the woods and dropping it by the trailer. The sheriff takes along Daniel on his investigation.
The concept is set up for a better thriller. However it needs to be more exciting. Johnathon Schaech is not a compelling lead. He needs to show the tension wearing on him better. He's not a good enough actor. The movie loses steam after a promising start.
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