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Sedona (2011)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | 19 February 2011 (USA)
Visitors to the mystical town of Sedona encounter eccentric characters and a series of calamities that lead them to unexpected miracles.




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Matthew J. Williamson ...
Denny (as Trevor Sterling Stovall)
Rand Schwenke ...
Robert Shields ...


Soul-searching drama depicting the profound personal transformations experienced by a powerful advertising executive and a stressed-out lawyer over the course of one life-altering day in mystical Sedona, Arizona. Successful ad woman Tammy is driving from Portland to Phoenix to meet a big potential client when she's run off the road by a small airplane making an emergency landing. At first infuriated by the eccentric locals, she gradually begins to suspect that she may have ended up in Sedona for a reason as she waits for the local mechanic to repair her car and faces her difficult past for the very first time. Meanwhile, amidst the towering red boulders, workaholic lawyer Scott, his partner Eddie, and their two sons embark on a hiking trip that turns unexpectedly tense when seven-year-old Denny disappears into the sun-scorched landscape. As Scott searches frantically for his missing son, he realizes that his priorities have somehow gotten all mixed up and he begins to put his life ... Written by Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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a new charming inspirational quirky feel-good magical mystical adventure about finding miracles


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Great film but I felt that it was missing something...
24 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I truly enjoyed this movie but thought something was missing. I'm from NYC and was visiting Sedona during the film festival. Sedona is such a beautiful and relaxing place! We stayed at a resort nearby the movie theaters and our local friends, well not that "local" since they came from Flagstaff to meet us but you get the point, invited us to watch this film that was the main attraction at their film festival. Being a film festival junkie myself (I go every year to most film festivals in NYC), I did not want to miss this one. Since we arrived in Arizona, we encountered so many Hispanics. In our resort, most of the employees were Hispanics; at the spa, there were many too. In the restaurants, the shops, everywhere! No wonder, Arizona was part of Mexico until February 12, 1912 when it became the 48th US state. So when I saw that the movie title was "sedona" I thought it would include such an obvious part of that magical place. It did not. There was no one Hispanic character in this movie. This is the same thing that happened with that movie called "New York I love you" which did not include us "Newyoricans" (Pto. Ricans born in New York) and it also ignored the gay community (there were none in that movie). How can someone do a movie about NYC without including those two groups?? I felt similarly when I saw Sedona, The Movie. There were not Hispanics (if there were, they did not have any lines or assigned roles). The movie itself is great, the views (breathtking!), the scenery, the plot. Very engaging and leaves you with that "feel good" sensation. I was glad to see Christopher Atkins (from Blue Lagoon) acting again and Frances Fisher is such a joy to watch! Beth Grant and Lynn Shaye are two of the best actresses ever! And the little boy is absolutely adorable. But I really missed to see some of those Latino faces I saw in the streets of Sedona. After all, it was all about Sedona. Right?

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