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Frozen Impact (2003)

A plane, carrying the liver destined for a child's transplant, crashes in a hailstorm.

Director:

Neil Kinsella

Writer:

Scott Brown
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ted McGinley ... Dan Blanchard
Linda Purl ... Dr. Christy Blanchard
Stacy Keach ... Pete Crane
Myles Jeffrey ... Jason Blanchard
Nicole Paggi ... Marie Blanchard
Leigh-Allyn Baker ... Nurse Debbie (as Leigh Allyn Baker)
Kenneth Kimmins ... Stu (as Kenneth Kimmons)
Keith Robinson ... Camera Man
Ben Feldman ... Paramedic
John Lavelle ... Michael
Jim Frangione Jim Frangione ... Pilot
Colleen Porch ... Reporter
Joshua J. Masters Joshua J. Masters ... Edward the Orderly
Grainger Hines ... Hunter 1
Bruce Perkins ... Hunter 2
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Storyline

In Rutland, Vermont, Forestry Service supervisor Dan Blanchard and his wife Dr. Christy Blanchard hope life will return to normal now a transplant liver is expected for their brave son Jason (12). Daughter Marie was ordered to bring Jason to perform magic on Pete Crane's big car auction, but she sneaks off to go mountaineering with friends. The violent hail storm Medusa causes the small jet to crash in the forest. When Dan gets there, the brave paramedic, who unlike pilot Tom survived, urges him to take the liver and rush back, it's only good for a few more hours, but the storm rages on. Written by KGF Vissers

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Nature's Fury Unleashed


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All the shots of the twin-engine airplane flying left-to-right are reversed in the print; check out the registration number. See more »

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Please Don't
Written by Wes Wingate and Phil Dubnick
Performed by The Dubnicks
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A very poorly written story
7 July 2007 | by Gonzolo99See all my reviews

This was simply awful. The production values were fresh out of 'Plan 9 from Outer Space'. The casting of an aging Linda Purl with young children was ill-advised. The dialog was contrived and the story itself had too many lapses in logic.

What were these writers trying to convey? There is the environmental angle. There is the heartless hospital administrator. There is the greedy capitalist willing to risk lives for money. There is the ringing endorsement for organ donation. There is the dedicated doctor trading patient billing for patient care, ala HMOs. There is the clueless and narcissistic TV journalist. Oh, I forgot, the rock climbing young GIRL (we must erase the stereotype of the weak female).

Please avoid this movie, it's awful.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 October 2004 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Cataclysme See more »

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Stereo | DTS | Dolby Digital (5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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