A plane flight carrying a college football team crashes in the Himalayas. Surviving the crash was only part of their problem. Trying not to become a meal for the monster lurking in the mountains will be their greater challenge.
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Daredevil relic hunter brothers Jonas and Jace are called off a Spanish museum job the head a team assembles hastily by collector-tycoon Mills to rescue his other team, headed by Jonas's ex Villers, on Artic Canada's Monster island. Their initial target was a Chinese codex from a Victorian ship containing the only evidence on the Yeren, a Chinese version of the yeti. It turns out the bloodthirsty species is alive, and far more dangerous the polar bears, with a primate-like social life, yet Mills offers a fat premium to catch one alive, despite the rising body count, but his rival also has surprises in store.Written by
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Toward the end of the film, when the heroes are waiting for the helicopter, there is a shot of the building with the main door partially open. Yet, when the helicopter lands, the door is fully closed and the characters struggle to open the door as it is frozen shut. See more »
Is there any chance you can get the chopper here sooner?
If I had a Stargate, maybe...
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As far as SyFy original movies go, this one isn't too bad. Sure the acting is bad, but I have seen worse, sure the cgi is bad, but again, I have seen worse. I found the two main characters entertainingly ridiculous, and the whole movie had a very lighthearted feel to it that made it better than some others that try to be too serious for what they are. This movie knows it is a SyFy original and just has fun with it. The monster was interesting rather than just being another snake or crocodile, and the characters were entertaining rather than overly dramatic. Sure, it is a SyFy original, so it isn't some great blockbuster movie, but it is better than most of its kind. If you like SyFy originals, I recommend this one, if you don't, then yes, steer clear.
And to the other reviewer's comment on David Hewlett just doing a few scenes to add his name to the movie, maybe you should look at the director listed for the movie before you comment next time.
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