Snowman's Pass (2004)

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Snowman’s Pass: Directed by Rex Piano. With Nicole Eggert, Marc Singer, George Stults, Mike Dopud. Still struggling to accept her fiancé’s death in a rock climbing accident, mountain guide DIANA PENNINGTON gratefully accepts industrialist CURT SEAVER’s offer to find the body using a new satellite imagery technology his company has developed. But while traversing the legendary “Snowman’s Pass” with Curt and his companions HUGO and TYLER, Diana is horrified to discover the search for her fiancé is a decoy; they are in fact hunting for a fallen spy satellite, property of an enemy foreign power. Barely escaping with her life, Diana finds herself pursued through the cold and threatening mountains in a deadly cat and mouse game, with only a backpack full of climbing gear and her instincts to defend herself against the dangerous, and increasingly desperate men.

“Black mass is a decent flick, but by no means is it anything more than decent. Nothing stood out at all; the acting was fine, the story was fine, and the soundtrack was terrible in my opinion. The music sounded like it belonged in a Bourne movie. All of the u0026quot;plot-twistsu0026quot; that were supposed to feel surprising didnu0026#39;t feel very surprising. It was completely obvious when something bad was going to happen to someone, unlike other gang movies like Goodfellas or Godfather. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf your not too picky and want to watch some decent gang action and drama then you will likely enjoy this movie, but if your a movie snob like me I would recommend passing on this one.”


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