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The Spring (2000)

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While on a vacation in the Pacific Northwest, widower Nick Conway (Kyle McLachlan) and his son Dennis (Joseph Cross) are involved in a car accident. Dennis is rushed to the hospital in a strange, remote village called Springdale, where all the residents seem unusually youthful and attractive. As he slowly falls in love with the nurse caring for Dennis, Nick comes to the realization that the town harbors a secret fountain of youth--and that there is ultimately a terrible price to pay for being eternally young. Based on a novel by Clifford Irving, The Spring aired January 16, 2000 on NBC, reportedly as the pilot for a never-produced weekly series.
Rating:
PG-13 (adult situations/language, violence)
Genre:
Mystery & Suspense , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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In Theaters:
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PM Home Video

Cast

Joseph Cross
as Nick Conway
Kyle MacLachlan
as Dennis Conway
Alison Eastwood
as Sophie Weston
Zachary Ansley
as Woodrow Lovell
Kendall Cross
as Megan O'Hare
Robert Moloney
as Caleb Dunn
April Telek
as Emma Baker
Andrew Francis
as Dylan McLean
Ronin Wong
as Mayor Watanabe
Deni Delory
as Molly Lovell
Byron Lucas
as Jack Pendergast
Stacy Grant
as Grace Pendergast
Cameron Kirkwood
as Gravedigger
Stacy Louise Turner
as Young Woman
John B. Destry
as Joe Tichenor
Lisa Jayne Stewart
as Cleaning Woman
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Not too bad horror film, most certainly far fetched but it was interesting. The cast helped. Alison Eastwood and Kyle MacLachlan both do a good job. The plot is an interesting concept.

James Higgins
James Higgins

The only reason this has a three is because of George "Nick Stokes" Eads. The movie was rather pointless.

John C
John C
½

5.5/10. Not too bad horror film, most certainly far fetched but it was interesting. The cast helped. Alison Eastwood and Kyle MacLachlan both do a good job. The plot is an interesting concept.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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