Two brothers' lives are changed forever when they hit the road to a snowbound Alaskan village. Brother Ray and Pete had been feuding for years. So, when their ailing father asks them to drive a semitruck full of gifts and supplies from California to the isolated Alaskan village of Willow Creek, they agree ---- reluctantly. Along the way, they pick up trouble when they're joined by Jessie, who is Ray's estranged wife and Pete's ex-girlfriend. Then, a blizzard strands the truck deep in the Alaskan wilderness. Miles from help, with time running our fast, they realize only a miracle can save them. But, as they are about to be reminded, Christmas...is the season for miracles.
Writer:Peter L. Keys (suggested by material by), Michael Norell (teleplay), Michael Norell (story), Andy Siegel (story)
Willow Creek, Alaska, is going through a depression because the local cannery has shut down putting many of the residents out of work. Ray and Pete are truck-driving brothers, different as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
mikey s (gb) wrote: GIVE'R AGAIN Funnier then the first one and better then the first one
Johnson Y (kr) wrote: Started out well but became predictable halfway through
Gome A (br) wrote: Good film, shows a lot of dedication from the parents and also the passion of the scientists and also shows the bloody bureaucracy of the big medical companies ...
Red L (ag) wrote: One can't but feel sorry for Hanna - who's whole reason for being is to avenge her mother's murder.
Jon B (gb) wrote: For fans of trash-o-rama style films, it's just great to see a vampire with a Southern drawl.
Rodney E (br) wrote: Good early 70's movie about a positive role model mistakenly gunned down by the fuzz. A pre Apocalypse Now Laurence Fishburne is one of Cornbread's friend's affected by his loss and along with his mother has to clear a police cover up. You've got Bernie Casey and Moses Gunn in the mix too. The music is cheese fun. Gotta love the song that goes "He's Cornbread."
David A (gb) wrote: Definitely the weakest "Star Trek" film I saw. It's too simple and Christopher Lloyd feels out of place. It's slow and at times boring.
Dillinger P (us) wrote: An emotional and gritty look at immigration in Britain, still spookily resonant over 10 years from its release. Audrey Tatu is a joy to watch, a brilliant indie flick