After Chris's grandfather took a nasty fall down some stairs he was sent to an old folks home. He did not want to be there so he took Chris on a trip without asking his dad first. His dad went through a lot of trouble trying to find them.
At the the Killington ski resort something has gone awry. Evil terrorists led by the sinister Greig have taken the resort hostage with a stolen nuclear device. It's up to Ski Patrol bum Matt Foster to save the day... and his fiancé.
Arnold, a school kid with a vacant stare and hair sticking out, takes the bus to school. He sits idly through lessons. Then, it's time for band, where he plays the piccolo. He daydreams ... See full summary »
From the quite fertile minds of "Hey Arnold!" comes a fresh, new film..
It would appear for a while to the masses that the genre of the Old West and the pioneers is quite old and unoriginal. Those people are right; the theme is fairly old and not very glorified. It seems highly unlikely that the Old West could relive its former glory as the genre which is largely in demand. Luckily, with this film, the genre of the Old West is revived and made entertaining in form of a tale of misfits, treasure, and a plot greater than most people of the time could imagine. The tale starts of with a young man who does not wish to live life according to what many say and so he heads off to parts unknown, where he is found by some misfits like himself who all team up with him and make the most of life in the times. The jokes in the film are very witty, at times somewhat grotesque, but aside from that, very funny, and the dramatic moments seem to do the film, frankly, little justice. This film, all in all, is very enjoyable for anyone in short, who enjoys a good film about not fitting in back in the older days...
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