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Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (2012)

PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | June 2012 (USA)
A group of travelers descends on The Park to witness one last Firefall. They come from different backgrounds and walks of life, but their paths will crash together in hilarious ways, as a ... See full summary »

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Frank Bird
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Ranger 2
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Fay Bird
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Jay Bird
Christina Lyons ...
Tori Bird
Gregory Tharpe ...
Stanford James
Chase Ford ...
Sammy Stuart
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Dora Armstrong
Michael R. Tweedy ...
Hugo Armstrong
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Pretty Pink Princess
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Zoe Krotchnibler
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Raldy
Troy Ruff ...
Ranger 1
D.T. Carney ...
Father Killian
Stephanie French ...
Cecelia Studebaker
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A group of travelers descends on The Park to witness one last Firefall. They come from different backgrounds and walks of life, but their paths will crash together in hilarious ways, as a film crew document (Mockuments) their crazy antics. The characters comprised of: Scottish "Free" Climbers, a disgraced outdoor survival television host and his nephew, a former welter-weight bodybuilding champion who's let himself go, a dysfunctional family in denial, Park Rangers, a hiding hippie who has been living in The Park for years, and a Mutant Bear will experience amazing, terrifying and hilarious situations as they discover their true character and values on their way to the final Firefall. Written by Matt

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Rated PG-13 for some crude humor and innuendo
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Family, Comedy
12 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

I always look for movies that preteen, teens and adults will find humorous and that I don't have to be embarrassed by overt language or sexual tones. This movie is very funny, as well as clean! The story had a redeeming quality and we enjoyed the interaction of the characters. In this day and age where so many movies are remakes or unoriginal ideas, it's great to see creative and unique storytelling on the big screen. A variety of travelers descend on Yosemite National Park for one last Firefall, where burning logs are pushed over a cliff in a beautiful, burning waterfall. These travelers find more than just burning embers as they take on the "Big" wilderness, life-changing family dynamics, and one grumpy Beast of a Bear. You will find yourself belly-laughing as you relate this adventure to some of your own family vacations. There are lots of very funny moments throughout this delightful film!


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