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A family divided, a relentless storm, and a killer on the loose. What starts out as a week-long boat trip to save a troubled family, dissolves into a savage fight to save their lives. An obsessed stalker has tracked Jill Dunne, her husband Sean and daughter Olivia, miles down a treacherous river. His desire is to claim the Dunne family as his own-but first, he must get rid of Jill's husband. As darkness falls and the storm rises, the killer approaches with ghostly precision-igniting a deadly confrontation between the hunter, the hunted...and nature's fury. Written by
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When Mrs. Dunne (played by Mitzi Kapture) goes to the hotel to check on the credit card charge, she shows a NY State ID card to the clerk. It lists her height as 6'0". Mitzi Kapture is listed as being 5'5" on IMDB. See more »
[after getting interrupted while trying to get it on with Jill at the hotel]
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I watch most movies that Nick Mancuso is in because, frankly, I love the guy, even though as he ages he is typically cast as the baddie (long-time fans should note that he is for some reason blond in this flick). It's a fairly familiar movie in terms of plot (but then most movies these days aren't exactly original), but Rick Roberts is appealing as the imperfect husband, Martha MacIsaac is equally appealing as the daughter, and Mitzi Kapture does a good job, if that was her goal, of being angry and sometimes pretty hard to like. Nick has still got it in terms of being able to demonstrate both charm and psychosis. However, too much of the plot takes place off-screen -- like motivation, prior behaviors, good times and bad times -- and things that seem apparent to the characters never quite make it to the audience (i.e., me). The final scene leaves everything to be desired in the "but what about..." category, and overall, I can't say that I cared much about any of the characters. That being said, it was what it was -- a reasonably entertaining way to spend the afternoon -- and I still like Nick.
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