Pops isn't worried about the renewal of the lease for his ski lodge - the safety record is unblemished in spite of the crew of misfits who make up his ski patrol. But a scheming land developer has other plans and the ski patrol is thrust into a skiing showdown in order to save Pops' mountain.
- Category:Comedy, Action
- Stars:Roger Rose, Yvette Nipar, T.K. Carter, Leslie Jordan, Paul Feig, Sean Sullivan, Tess Foltyn, George Lopez, Corbin Timbrook, Steve Hytner, Ray Walston, Martin Mull, Rascal, Deborah Rose, Beirne Chisolm,
- Director:Rich Correll,
- Writer:Steven Long Mitchell (story), Craig W. Van Sickle (story), Wink Roberts (story), Steven Long Mitchell (screenplay), Craig W. Van Sickle (screenplay)
Some ski school instructors ally with an evil land developer Maris to try to sabotage the ski patrol and convince the forest service to cancel the owner's lease on Snowy Peaks ski resort. A group of faithful ski patrol members set out to save it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ski Patrol torrent reviews
(it) wrote: I can't even stress how unfunny this movie is. I want to cry in frustration but I won't because I wasn't stupid enough give up my hard earned cash to see this clusterfuck. Bryan Cranston needs to fire his publicist (but not before kicking them right in the chest Sparta style.) I gave it a chance and it disappointed far more than my first sexual encounter.
(it) wrote: Eccezionale, bellissimo.
(ru) wrote: On a cold afternoon, with snow on the ground, the high school band is practicing for the last football game. They hear shots. Flashback a few weeks before. Arthur is a high school student, bussing at a restaurant. Annie and Barb are waitresses there - Annie was Arthur's babysitter when he was little. She's now separated from her husband Glenn, who's on the wagon, starting a new job, praying to Jesus, and trying to prove he has his balance back so he can see more of their small daughter, Tara. Annie's seeing someone else, Arthur's parents have just separated, and Arthur is attracted to Lila, a new student at the high school. It's a small town, people's lives cross. [IMDb]David Gordon Green is in the list of my top ten favorite directors and this movie is one of the main reasons for that. As I said in my review for "Undertow", his films are like magic to me. There's a few exceptions here and there (Your Highness, The Sitter and Our Brand Is Crisis) but overall, I mostly love his work. George Washington, All The Real Girls and Snow Angels are some of the best movies I've ever watched. Hell, even Pineapple Express and Prince Avalanche are both two of my favorite comedies. The man knows film and also how to work his way into my heart. Thank you, David.I'm not a huge fan of Kate Beckinsale but this is easily the finest she's ever been. Her portrayal as Annie was some seriously impressive work; she held back at all the right moments and it really surprised me. Now here's an honest question: when the hell is Sam Rockwell ever bad in a film? He chews up the scenery with his performance here and his role further solidifies him as one of my favorite actors. Glenn is such a tragic character who we watch gradually fall into darkness and it's the highlight of the film. DGG knows when to be real and doesn't flinch in the face of authenticity.Snow Angels is a masterpiece drama that's filled to the brim with realistic depictions of relationships (On both sides of the fence), magnetic acting and a director who knows how to make tragedies a beautiful thing. This is one of DGG's top quality films and it's a brutally realistic drama that has a few shocking and brilliant moments that knock my socks off and elevate this film above what it could've been. If you're looking for a dark and depressing drama about the bad side of two separated parents, this is a must-see. It's a great watch and I couldn't recommend it enough. The ending is my favorite scene and it's worth watching just to see the outcome of these characters. One of my favorite dramas without a doubt. Highly recommended.P.S. S/O to Michael Angarano. I love you, man. Keep it up.
(kr) wrote: stop playing games lady's and just ask for what you want then give it up in return cause the rules are for those who follow them (sheep) wolf make that take that and give me sum more!!stacy dash , electra, fox trap ,bill send me the tape with sound !
(ag) wrote: "Swordfish" is talent, talent, and more talent, but nothing more sadly. Hugh Jackman, John Travolta, and Halle Barry are all enjoyable in their roles, taking every line of dialogue seriously, even though the script is the weakest part of the film. Starting the film at the end and working it's way back to that point worked for this particular story, but it was the ending that ruins the film, so it was deemed pointless in the end. As a team recruits a hacker (Jackman) to use state-of-the-art computers to hack into the government, there are some very intense moments driven by performances and the consequences of the multiple outcomes, but that all has no matter in the end. Going from small hacker-flick, to full on overblown action-flick by the third act, this film has no idea what it's identity is and it is all over the place. Confused in every regard, "Swordfish" is a promising story that is not very well executed. That being said, I enjoyed watching this story and some of the action was really fun. In the end, this is a very forgettable film.
(br) wrote: A terrific little film. If anyone wants to see a tour de force performance, just sit down in front of the TV and let Mark Ruffalo blow your mind away
(jp) wrote: definitely not fitting of the fearnet list i chose it from. interesting movie and cast. none of this mattered or affected me though, b/c as soon as i saw Alan Rickman and Norman Reedus in the same cast line up i declared, "woo!" and hit play.
(nl) wrote: Absolute waste of two hours. Every actor sucks except for Spock, Decker, and Bones. Every other person onscreen is emotionless. The pacing is way too slow for the story content, and while it can be argued that it's to spark nostalgia for the fans, but "for the fans" often equates to "horrible."
(nl) wrote: This is one of the many disaster films from the 70s and though it is far from the strongest from that era it still is solidly entertaining thanks to an all star cast, good cinematography, solid score by Jerry Goldsmith, some tense scenes and a disturbingly realistic train crash.
(nl) wrote: The biggest flaw is the lack of realism.