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,... See full summary »
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
The ME says the marks on the body came from a pistol whipping and identifies the gun as a 9mm. Gun frames for various calibers are the same, so a 9mm would leave identical marks as a 40 or 45 caliber gun from the same manufacturer. See more »
I enjoyed this TV movie, but something about it kept irritating the heck out of me. Not enough to make me quit watching, though.
This is one of those movies made with American stars in New Zealand or Australia, but the action is supposed to be taking place somewhere in the United States. In this movie, it's the American Northwest.
However, the rest of the cast are actors from New Zealand or Australia, so they have to fake an American accent. Some actors are better at this than others.
Often the faked American accent fails when the actor is required to yell a line. Whatever, it's really, really distracting.
Just a complaint, that's all. As I said, I enjoyed this movie nevertheless.
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