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Sub Zero (2005)

A device that controls a powerful Russian-made satellite weapon is stolen by Russian terrorists, who try to escape by flying out but are shot down. The device is now on top of K2. The ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Deckert
Kelli Paris
Soloman Davis
Michael Sunczyk ...
Mike Foster
Mike Frazier
Pete Tanner
Sasha Mirov
Dr. Petrov Jenko
Zoran Vukelic ...
Ivan Salatka
Michael Ryan ...
General Martin Cook
Michael Ryan ...
Major Martin Cook
Lt. Charles Brill
Officer McCoy
President James Jordan
Sec. TJ Stocker


A device that controls a powerful Russian-made satellite weapon is stolen by Russian terrorists, who try to escape by flying out but are shot down. The device is now on top of K2. The device is still active and where it will strike is indeterminable. The good guys have to get to the device and deactivate it. Only trouble, it's winter and it'll be difficult to climb K2. A few of the best mountain climbers in the world are recruited to take techs who can deactivate the device to the top of K2. However, before the climbing party leaves, a team member dies, and it might not be natural causes. The group who stole the device might have someone on the team. But they still go on. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The fate of humankind is only a slip away. See more »

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

6 September 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bajo cero  »

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Linden Ashby was previously in the Mortal Kombat movie, which included a character named Sub Zero. See more »


The "Major" at the base camp is wearing the rank of an E-9 and ordering a 1st LT around. See more »

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K2 North Face in WINTER for a neon Rubik's cube .... really? REALLY?
22 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I direct you to the plethora of reviews that point out the hilarity of the script, plot lines, acting, and stunts, the absolute impossibility of the political implications, horrible technicals in climbing (gear clothing, physical fitness, NO Sherpas, the EMP, ad infinitum) ALL add up to a totally ridiculous jaunt up a mountain chasing a glow in the dark Rubik's cube upon which the fate of the world rests.

All that being said NUMEROUS times, there is some magnificent footage of the mountains, avalanches, breathtaking, sweeping vistas that will either excite you, kick your death wish sporting sense into overdrive, make you wonder how on God's 3rd rock from the sun ANYONE considers mountaineering FUN BUT will across the board make you feel small and leave you awe struck.

If you go into this with a coupla joints, a bucket of salty buttery popcorn, a Big Gulp and absolutely nothing else to do on a cold rainy day you will not feel like you've been robbed of 90 minutes of your life -- It is what it is - a piece of straight to DVD B grade fluff made to entertain, not educate you on WMDs, mountain climbing, global political relations, or American clichés (and there are 85 minutes of clichés) - if you are looking for American Oscar worthy films, BAFTA contenders or even Golden Globe potential -- MOVE ON. if you like a train wreck of a film that will, if nothing else, entertain you - it's worth a watch... and ladies, you gotta admit the guys are HOT.....

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