When a couple in financial distress discover GPS coordinates that promise to lead to stolen gold they must partner with a pair of mysterious hitchhikers to enter the remote winter wilderness to recover the coins.
Jason R. Goode
A wealthy high powered woman suffers a horrible tragedy after which she descends into substance abuse,turning her back on her family. She later discovers that someone close to her may be behind her subsequent abduction and kidnapping.
A divorced father and his eight-year-old son are about to spend a somewhat predictable weekend together, nevertheless, when a valuable toolbox gets stolen, the search for the thieves will soon turn into a true family bonding.
While trying to get their lives back on track after the loss of their four year old son, Bryn and Paul Shaw move to the charming old Beacon Apartments. Bryn begins seeing a ghostly little ... See full summary »
David Rees Snell,
Brooks Caldwell, (Cary Elwes) an erudite and handsome lawyer, seems to have it all: wealth, social status and a red hot career. His success is, in reality, a product of his marriage to his beautiful, socialite wife, Amanda, (Terri Polo) a wealthy timber heiress. Unlike most, who would remain content to enjoy a life of luxury and privilege, Brooks continues to risk everything by having extramarital affairs. Brooks' philandering, in addition to humiliating Amanda, has driven her to the point of a mental breakdown. Having been pushed over the edge, Amanda orchestrates a just and elaborate plan to bring her husband down. When Brooks leaves for a weekend romp with his latest squeeze, (Agnes Bruckner) his life quickly descends into a bizarre, nightmarish, downward spiral. Written by
So rare it is these days to find an original story in film. In most cases, it's all been done before. Here, we have something unique and very cleaver. Although I loved this movie, I think it is more of a feminist film. In the final analysis, it's about a no good bastard who treats his wife terribly and, in the end, the wife exacts her revenge in a most brilliant way! Cary Elwas renders his best performance that I have seen since he was in "Kiss The Girls." Teri Polo was in top form as the driven over the edge wife. Well acted and superbly written, this film is a must see! Also, the cinematography is fantastic. The film looks like it was filmed in the Pacific Northwrst and it look is beautiful!
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