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Frozen Impact (2003)

A plane, carrying the liver destined for a child's transplant, crashes in a hailstorm.

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Dan Blanchard
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Dr. Christy Blanchard
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Pete Crane
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Jason Blanchard
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Marie Blanchard
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Nurse Debbie (as Leigh Allyn Baker)
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Stu (as Kenneth Kimmons)
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Michael
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Edward the Orderly
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In Rutland, Vermont, Forestry Service supervisor Dan Blanchard and his wife Dr. Christy Blanchard hope life will return to normal now a transplant liver is expected for their brave son Jason (12). Daughter Marie was ordered to bring Jason to perform magic on Pete Crane's big car auction, but she sneaks off to go mountaineering with friends. The violent hail storm Medusa causes the small jet to crash in the forest. When Dan gets there, the brave paramedic, who unlike pilot Tom survived, urges him to take the liver and rush back, it's only good for a few more hours, but the storm rages on. Written by KGF Vissers

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Nature's Fury Unleashed

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Action | Drama | Romance

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11 October 2004 (Hungary)  »

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Cataclysme  »

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All the shots of the twin-engine airplane flying left-to-right are reversed in the print; check out the registration number. See more »

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Please Don't
Written by Wes Wingate and Phil Dubnick
Performed by The Dubnicks
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STUPID
7 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

This has to be one of the most worst movies I have seen in a long time. It is predictable, the special effects are sorry and the acting isn't that great either. I think an 8 year old could write a better story.


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