Crash Site

Synopsis: A married couple on vacation finds more terror than relaxation when their jeep crashes in an isolated location and they have to fight their way back to civilization, in spite of injuries, snakebites, and the vicious animals that surround them.
90 min

you try this time.

So how did they do it?


They piggy-backed a program on

a social networking download.

I've seen Lisa on those

internet dating sites

during office hours.

I'll talk to her.

I reinforced

the accessed ports.

We should be good.

[telephone ringing]

Hey babe, what's up?

Dad, it's me.

Where are you?

Sorry, Munchkin.

We had an emergency

at the office.

I'm going to be

a bit later.

Matthew is here.

We're waiting.

Did you guys eat yet?

Of course not.

Why don't you guys go ahead

and eat without me,

I'll be home as soon

as I can.

Okay honey?

Daniel, what could you

possibly be doing

that's more important

than this?

Just a few more minutes

and I'm on my way.

Just a few more minutes

and I'm on my way.

We had a serious problem

at the office.

You've got a serious problem

at home.

We got hacked today,

the first time ever.

I don't care.

This is not the first

family celebration

that you missed, is it?

Our livelihood is at stake.

Our marriage is at stake.

I will buy her

a trip somewhere.

I'll give her a weekend

shopping spree.

Sure, buy her off,

like you usually do

when you've missed something

important in her life.

Do you even hear me?

Yes, I hear you and I'm tired,

and I think you're overreacting.

Do you know our baby girl

has grown up

with an absentee father.

Her father bought her

a new car,

her father put

a roof over her head,

paid all her university expenses

and gave her a credit card...

She would rather have you.

I'm sorry, Rita.

I'm sorry I missed dinner.

And I know this trip to

the lodge is important to you,

but now is not a good time for

me to be away from the office.

Daniel, our relationship

has been dying for a long time.

And if you don't make an effort

to salvage it,

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