While on vacation in a fictitious African country, the young son of a US senator, his guardian and their guide must stop the corrupt local police chief and the shady owner of a local circus from capturing their new friend - a talking ape.
When her psychiatrist is killed in an auto accident, his mentally deranged patient and two of her even crazier companions hide out in a house in a rural area where, years ago, the woman had... See full summary »
Michael Moriarity and Sally Kellerman must have been desperate to be involved in this total disaster. There really are no redeeming qualities to "The Secret of the Ice Cave". The acting by all concerned is terrible, and the sophomoric script could have been written by a fifteen year old. People jump out of crashing planes, without a parachute, and are practically unscratched. Totally gratuitous explosions are everywhere, spider bites cause sleeping sickness, I could go on and on about the nonsense. To top things off, there is no treasure, and the cave has no ice. Avoid this like you would a rabid dog. - MERK
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