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Sheriff Lyndon Harris
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Audrey Harris
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Riley Muir
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Cassidy Harris
Doug Abrahams ...
Ditwaller
Tom Heaton ...
Zeke Gillman
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Jared Wylie (as Chris Lovick)
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Farmer Norbert
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Lyndon's Father (as Patrick Currie)
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Lyndon Harris - aged 7
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Deputy Slim
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Sissy
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Nadine
Ralph Alderman ...
Doc Kearny
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Sheriff Lyndon Harris of a rural Washington town tries hard to smoothen life for his people, while shark mayor Ditwaller is out to acquire property after bank foreclosures. Lyndon also has an ex who presses for divorce and two kids, who need his help, especially son Dylan, who is easily lead astray by champion imp Jared Wylie. After noticing a Mexican truck with bee hives and several unusually aggressive bee attacks, Lyndon take doc's advice to consult entomologist Riley Muir, who concludes it's the northernmost-ever case of Latin American killer bees. Despite more bee attacks, the mayor refuses safety precautions, giving sole priority to closing a deal with a distributing company at the honey festival. Written by KGF Vissers

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Yet Another By The Numbers Bee Movie
7 January 2005 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

It wasn't until after watching this that I suddenly realised something

  • That movies featuring bees on the rampage are totally self limiting


in concept and structure . I've seen several of these type of movies and they always play out like this : A figure of authority ( usually a doctor or law enforcement agent ) finds the body of someone who's died under unknown circumstances . The audience are always one step ahead of the authority figure so know fine well how the victim died ( Usually by a camera being thrown in their face or something resembling bees superimposed over the camera lens ) so in order for the plot to go somewhere the running time is taken up with the authority figure meeting a beautiful doctor/scientist/vet so we get a romantic subplot , then about 2/3rds of the way through the movie after the authority figure has consumated the relationship it's then he realises people have been getting killed by cameras being thrust in their face/ rather poor animation and then races to save the local population against superimposed bees

There you go , another by the numbers thriller with deadly bees . the important number here is two . As in two out of ten


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