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Disappearance (2002)

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This eerie cable-TV movie begins as married couple Jim and Patty (played by one-time L.A. Law costars Harry Hamlin and Susan Dey), accompanied by their children, drive through the Nevada desert in their SUV. Through an unfortunate set of circumstances, the family finds itself marooned in a deserted (and uncharted) town called Weaver. Or is it truly deserted? The spectral images encountered by Jim and Patty may be the spirits of Indians interred in a local burial mound, or they might be the hideously misshapen victims of a botched nuclear test. Whatever the case, it is what the audience doesn't see that induces the goose pimples. Filmed in Australia, Disappearance originally appeared over the TBS cable service on April 21, 2002.

Cast

Harry Hamlin
as Jim Henley
Susan Dey
as Patty Henley
Jeremy Lelliott
as Matt Henley
Basia Ahern
as Kate Henley
Ian Boyce
as Old Man
Robert MacPherson
as Assistant Deputy
Nikki Fort
as Ice Cream Waitress
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Critic Reviews for Disappearance

All Critics (1)

The last time I saw a movie this boring it turned out I was watching the oven.

Full Review… | August 16, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Disappearance

½

This was a cool movie, I saw it when I was a kid around 15 years ago, and just finished watching it for the 2nd time. I forgot how good a thriller movie this was. The movie has some creepy and eerie moments and the ending included a good twist. I also liked the fact the movie didn't rely on blood/violence to thrill, It did a pretty good job without it. Also the acting was decent, especially for a TV movie. Worth watching if your in the mood for a thriller.

Paul Atkinson
Paul Atkinson
½

It has some creepy moments but just can?t overcome that made for television quality and look. Still, there is undeniable suspense and I never lost interest. The acting is pretty good. There are a few too many cliches though. Good effort.

James Higgins
James Higgins
½

58/100. It has some creepy moments but just can't overcome that made for television quality and look. Still, there is undeniable suspense and I never lost interest. The acting is pretty good. There are a few too many cliches though. Good effort.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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