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Numb (2015)

Not Rated | | Mystery, Thriller | 7 February 2017 (USA)
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When a couple in financial distress discover GPS coordinates that promise to lead to stolen gold they must partner with a pair of mysterious hitchhikers to enter the remote winter wilderness to recover the coins.

Director:

Jason R. Goode

Writer:

Andre Harden
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Cast overview:
Jamie Bamber ... Will
Marie Avgeropoulos ... Cheryl
Aleks Paunovic ... Lee
Stefanie von Pfetten ... Dawn
Colin Cunningham ... Loner
Paul McGillion ... Pete
Gina Chiarelli ... Officer Stevens
Veena Sood ... Dr. Reese
Craig Erickson ... Officer Alvin
John Hainsworth John Hainsworth ... Cormac Leith
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When a couple in financial distress discover GPS coordinates that promise to lead to stolen gold they must partner with a pair of mysterious hitchhikers to enter the remote winter wilderness to recover the coins.

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Mystery | Thriller

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Canada

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English

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7 February 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El tesoro de la montaña See more »

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Filmed in Vernon, British Columbia. See more »

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When Will picked up the hitchhikers, his SUV was covered with a film of dirt and mud, When they stopped for gas a little later, the SUV was completely clean and shiny. See more »

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The Escape
Written by Peter La Grand
Performed by Peter La Grand
2005
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Definitely worth watching... just don't expect too much!
3 August 2017 | by mksa-1See all my reviews

Briefly, the movie is way better than I expected. Not a masterpiece, nothing special but worth watching. I have no deeper analysis. Period.

Except one 'detail' bothering me. I know it bothers very few of us, so please don't take me too seriously, just because I could not take the movie seriously. I happen to be a Finn, who has survived in frosty forests for the most of his miserable life.

The sub-zero conditions are hilariously unrealistic in the movie. There has to be a reason for this, right? There must be cold somewhere in Canada in winters. Maybe the production was late or something. I don't mean movies should always be realistic, but come on...

It is obviously very cold season, if not exceptionally cold winter. Characters get severe injuries of cold. Kind of damage not being possible without roughly -20°C (or -4°F) and strong wind. But as there is seemingly not that windy, it would be -40°C (or the same in °F) if not even under that. Without proper clothing you go NUMB in that environment. Then it knocks you out for good. Quickly. Before you become a half-frozen zombie.

Eyebrows seem to collect heavy ice layer, but breathing is hardly visible in most of the scenes. The ice layer usually builds up of moisture of your own breathe. Snowing looks like a rain. Because it is so warm it is practically raining.

The structure of snow around looks like it is wet and melting. Winterly rays of sun are too weak to have any effect on ice. The forest looks more like how it could look like in June in Finland... It must be around +5...10°C.

In Finland we call that summer. We go out and celebrate those rare moments of warmth, preferably naked. Well... just being honest, just paid attention to these facts, relevant or not :)


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