Crash Point Zero (2001)

R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama


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A scientist recovers a powerful weapon created by inventor Nicola Tesla in the early twentieth century. Now, the plane carrying the device and a disparate group of passengers crashes in the Canadian mountains. The battle to survive begins.


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17 August 2001 | Memlets
Everything but the kitchen sink
If it's variety you're after in an action flick, this is the movie for you.

We've got the CIA; avalanches; diabetic Dads; gullible train conductors; Christmas parades; ludicrous doomsday devices.

Exploding helicopters, exploding trucks, exploding airplanes, exploding cars, and exploding bicycles. (Okay, not bicycles, but only because the producer had already filled the movie's quota of exploding transportation.)

White mountain goats; beautifully appointed vacation houses with working phones out in the middle of nowhere; internet rumors.

And Bongo the Bear.

We also have CIA agent Treat Williams merrily wisecracking all through the film, no matter how many people are slaughtered right in front of him. The CIA obviously gives some of their agents happy pills before every assignment.

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