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CRASH SITE: A FAMILY IN DANGER is honestly one of the worst films I've sat through in a good while. It's even worse than a typical Asylum movie, and the reason for that lies with the scriptwriter, who contributes the dumbest story imaginable. I looked up his resume and saw he also scripted PAPARAZZI PRINCESS: THE Paris HILTON STORY, which goes some way in explaining his ineptitude.
In any case, the viewer is caught up in the lives of an annoying family (boring father, chatterbox wife, obnoxious teenage daughter) as they go on vacation in the sticks. Unfortunately for them, the father's business is being attacked by hackers, men who will stop at nothing to steal his secrets, and they're willing to sabotage the trip to achieve their goals.
What follows is a mix of crime thriller and survival story, but every aspect of the tale is a huge embarrassment. It all screams fake and trivial, and as a bonus the acting is completely horrid. Worst of all is the character of the wife, played by ageing BUFFY actress Charisma Carpenter. The writer thought it would be a good idea to make her the most annoying character ever: constantly nagging, arguing for the sake of it, never giving her husband a chance. This goes on for the whole film and incredibly some moments seem to have been played for laughs, but it's just excruciating. As is this film in general.
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