Snowman's Pass

  • Rex Piano (2004)
  • Can / US
  • 96 min
Film Review
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1 out of 5

There's barely a shred of realism in this badly paced and unconvincing action adventure. Instead Marc Singer's dodgy industrialist chews the scenery to unintentionally hilarious levels, as he and his two half-witted sidekicks lure a bereaved climbing guide (Nicole Eggert) to a perilous mountain range under false pretences. Once the gang's true purpose emerges, the cat-and-mouse game that ensues is neither suspenseful nor particularly eventful, making the handsome landscape the main point of interest. While Singer behaves like a movie villain from a children's movie, the similarly miscast Eggert confuses earnest facial expressions with a credible performance. Poor effects and a paper-thin script compound the mess, leading to a rushed finale that's just plain daft.

Plot Summary

Action adventure starring Nicole Eggert and Marc Singer. When kindly industrialist Curt Seaver offers to help bereaved mountain guide Diana Pennington locate the body of her fiancé, Diana is delighted. But Curt's benevolence hides a sinister motive.

Cast and crew

Cast

Diana Pennington
Nicole Eggert
Curt Seaver
Marc Singer
Tyler
George Stults
Hugo
Mike Dopud
Ed
Bruce Dawson
Brian
Garvin Cross
Eugene
Joe MacLeod

Crew

Director
Rex Piano

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Categories
Drama

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