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Okay. Soo I'm watching and somewhat enjoying the flick till the part where they're stranded and they have to call the base for help. Naturally in a National State Park things could go wrong, to say the least, and you occasionally have to call for help. That's why we have Rangers. The Rangers are there to save the day. But who saves the Rangers? Well, these Rangers in particular. They have radio(s) and they work just fine. But of course no one is gonna BE at the base for help. Why? Because duh, THEY'RE ALL THERE. It's a "State Park" for chimps sake! Why would all three personnel on the WHOLE mountain/park go out on a call together and leave the place unmanned? Aye chihuahua! Hey, I am aware they needed high action drama...but thats plain ...stoopid. It's a helluva plot (sink) hole that just annoyed me to the point that I just had to tell SOMEBODY! So here I am.
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