Megan Hughes and two of her coworkers' plane crashes on a business trip. They finds themselves stranded on an island. Now isolated from civilization, Magan embarks on a journey to discover what it means to be rescued.

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Megan Hughes and two of her coworkers' plane crashes on a business trip. They finds themselves stranded on an island. Now isolated from civilization, Magan embarks on a journey to discover what it means to be rescued.

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If you are Mormon, think....extended Seminary video. If not Mormon, just think...bad acting.
2 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There have been some really good movies made in the "Mormon Universe" the last few years (The Best Two Years, The Other Side of Heaven). There have been a few enjoyable films (The Singles Ward, Passage To Zarahemla). There have also been a lot of stinkers (The Home Teachers, Baptists at our BBQ).

This falls into the latter category.

Once again, a film maker has decided that it is okay to make a "moralistic, 90 minute seminary video" and pass it off as a feature length movie. Sorry, it didn't work for seminary (remember Tom Trails?) and it does not work here. It also didn't work for Out of Step or Charly or many of the other LDS films that try to take this approach.

Once you get the set up, you can always see the punchline coming. My wife and I sat there and told you what was coming next each and every time! "Now, she's going to pray." "When they get off the island, he's going to take credit for making the flares." There were also some big plot holes. Notice that she loses her flip flops when she almost falls down a cliff. 15 minutes later, she is wearing them again. Because of the ever changing beard growths, it is also obvious that this movie was shot out of sequence. The opening scene shows a city obviously on the ocean, but the scenes in the office show the Wasatch Mountains in the background.

I am being generous in giving this a two, and that is only because some of the scenery was pretty.


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