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G.P.S. (2007)

College friends embark on a GPS treasure hunt in search of money. Instead of finding buried treasure, they find a buried coffin that contains photos of a kidnapped woman and GPS coordinates... See full summary »

Director:

Eric Colley
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Magill ... Andrew
Paul Proios ... Bob
Nicola Anderson ... Becky
Danielle Arnold ... Rachel (as Danielle Renee)
Artine Tony Brown ... Travis (as Artine Brown)
Erika Swan Erika Swan ... Allison
Jeff D. Howard ... Gavin
Hallie Shepherd ... Frankie
DJ Perry ... Sam
Christopher Shine Christopher Shine ... Park Ranger
Donnie Stallman ... Shep
Lauren Nuebling Lauren Nuebling ... Angela
Eric Colley ... Newscaster
Taymour Ghazi ... FBI Agent
Yorgos Naidas Yorgos Naidas ... Sergio (as Georgio Naidas)
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Storyline

College friends embark on a GPS treasure hunt in search of money. Instead of finding buried treasure, they find a buried coffin that contains photos of a kidnapped woman and GPS coordinates that lead deeper into the forest. Are the photos real or part of a game? Written by EMC

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Taglines:

The Hunt Is On

Genres:

Mystery | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 August 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

G.P.S.: The Movie See more »

Filming Locations:

Gig Harbor, Washington, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

There was no road for Production Vehicles to travel on in order to reach the waterfall location seen in the opening of the film. The crew had to hike the equipment a mile through the forest to the waterfall. See more »

Quotes

Andrew: What are you doing with a gun?
Bob: We're in the middle of nowhere. I'm a boy scout. Do the math!
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Soundtracks

Not Dead
Written by Chris Shinn
Produced and Performed by Chris Shinn
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Great Twists and Turns
31 March 2008 | by spectordanSee all my reviews

I really enjoyed seeing this movie in Houston, Texas. The movie very well-written, well-produced, and well-acted. The script is a really unique idea, taking the well-traveled idea of a scavenger hunt and infusing it with modern technology. And like every good adventure story, the plot unfolds with lots of unexpected twists and turns. I actually found myself gasping at several key moments.

Generally the movie reminded me a little of "Blair Witch Project" with a few significant differences: better script, better production, and better acting. The starring duo of Magill and Proios really had great on screen energy; I particularly enjoyed Proios's Jack Black-like antics in the front half of the film.

You will have to see the film to appreciate its awesome surprise ending. You will never guess where it is headed!


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