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I remember I had a great time in the cinema watching this "Fire and Ice" sequel. I certainly knew what I was about to see; Willy Bogner did the ski stunts in several Bond movies (remember For your eyes only). And that is exactly what we get here for two hours NONSTOP. There is everything: parachutes, skiing, cars, bunjee, rafts, skating, .... If this sounds good to you then go see this stunt show at a theater near you.
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