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Landslide (2005)

Manhattan fireman Mark Decker visits, for the first time, his Steven in his ex Emma's new apartment in one of her dad Donald Richardson's development estates, at the foot of Diamand-back ... See full summary »

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... Mark Decker
... Emma Decker
... Steven Decker (as Luke Eberl)
... Donald Richardson
... Ginger
... Stewart Hancock
... Harold
... Danny Santiago
... Nicole
... Maria Santiago
... Jack Zane
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Manhattan fireman Mark Decker visits, for the first time, his Steven in his ex Emma's new apartment in one of her dad Donald Richardson's development estates, at the foot of Diamand-back Mountain. But Don's ambitious executive Stewart Hancock, who dreams of his own firm, has been cutting too many corners, at the expense of safety, causing a landslide. Mark gets trapped with Steven and the new concierge Harold, who knows everything about an additional danger: rattlesnakes awoken early from hibernation. Now Mark discovers artistic, nerdy Steven only did 'manly' stuff in the city because dad-son time is so rare. While they soldier on, landscape architect Emma discovers the truth and counters Stewart's plan B to literally cover it up. Written by KGF Vissers

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The world is collapsing. See more »

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Drama | Adventure

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Rated PG for disaster peril and some thematic elements | See all certifications »
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29 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Buried Alive  »

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1.33 : 1
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bad. bad. bad.
2 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

i love disaster movies; the carnage, the struggle for survival, the bonding between victims, all of it. however, the biggest disaster with this film is that it got made. the plot is completely predictable after the first five minutes, the acting is hammier than a pig farm, and there is nothing special about the special effects. any shots of destruction look like they were filmed using a set made of Lego. i can't possibly say just how bad this film is, because a word has not been invented yet to do the job. if you have nothing to do for 2 hours, read a book, go for a walk, organise your shoe collection, anything. just don't watch this film. life is too short to waste a second on this garbage.


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