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.
 
IMDB:
3.4
TV-MA
Year:
2011
90 min
8 Views

[distant howling]

[distant howling]

[snarls]

[snarls]

Go on!

[snarls]

Go on!

Get away!!!

[viscous barking]

[viscous barking]

Data Hold currently

manages computer systems

for America's largest

financial institutions.

We're talking thousands of

terabytes of data storage.

Back-ups if you will

for their most important files,

all completely secure.

Information is gold

and we're Fort Knox.

Impressive.

And your employees

are well-screened?

Of course.

Thorough background checks.

We only hire the brightest

data analysts

We have our own proprietary

security software.

Excuse me, Mr. Sanders?

When you get a second,

I just have a quick

question for you.

Just a second, Nathan.

Nathan just joined

our security team,

he's a go getter.

Your data will be safe

with us, Mr. Tanaka.

Sir, I really need to speak

with you.

Excuse me?

I noticed our internet

was choppy,

then I found a suspicious

software upgrade...

I don't know how, but

we're being hacked...

We have a leak.

Disconnect the internet!

Copy.

Just a second.

Just a second.

How much did they get?

We caught it early;

five percent.

Customer accounts from

three separate banks...

Luckily they're

all scrambled.

Mr. Tanaka, I know

how this must look

but we've never had a hack

get past our fire walls...

And you call this

security bulletproof?

I don't know what

to say.

Well I do.

For the sake of

your customers,

I hope you

"fix your leak".

Good day.

Good day.

Our entire foundation has

just been compromised.

I want a report on exactly

how this happened!

Yes, sir.

It's unfortunate

the upload failed.

Now we're forced to get

a little more personal.

Move on to plan B.

Thank you so much

for coming.

Lovely to see you.

Hi honey.

I really wish you would change

your mind and come with us.

Mom, there's nothing

for me to do up there.

Come with me.

Frances, you're 21.

You're going back to university

in the fall.

This will probably be

the last time as a family

that we go to the lodge.

Now you're being

melodramatic.

No, I'm not.

And there's plenty for us

to do together.

Like what?

I'm not into the nature thing

like you are

and I'm definitely

not interested in

listening to Dad talk on

his cell phone all weekend.

It'll be different this time.

No, it won't Mom.

Go do your thing.

I'll be fine.

That's probably your

dad now...

Nope. It's Matthew!

Hi!

Hey, for my grad girl!

Matthew...

And for your lovely

mother...

Wow!

It's been a long time since

a man gave me flowers...

They're beautiful.

Where did you get them?

A little shop down the street

by my apartment.

Matthew has a great place,

very classy.

Where?

Right on the corner

of Bute and Superior.

Funky, new little area.

Nice.

Well, come in.

Let's get you a lemonade?

Sure!

Missed you...

Missed you too...

Mr. Sanders home?

No. He's late, as usual.

He's not the only one

I'm a little perturbed with.

She's trying to get me

to go away with

them this weekend.

Four days stuck

in the wilderness

staring at trees.

Tell her trees are boring.

I think you should go.

Honestly, once you start

your MBA

you'll be so busy.

She will be wishing she was

looking at trees.

You're supposed to be

on my side.

I am,

but I think that

family's important.

See.

Okay, all right already,

I'll go.

But on one condition.

I would like Matthew

to come with us.

Uh-uh...

Well...

we have a spare bedroom.

You're welcome to join us.

That would be great

Mrs. Sanders,

I'd really like that.

Wonderful.

So it's settled.

So let's track down

your dad.

Actually, why don't

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