Bone Dry (2007)

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Luke Goss and Lance Henrikson star in first time writer/producer/director Brett A. Hart's unforgiving tale of a vengeance pitting a mysterious man with a dark past against a sadistic tormentor intent on pushing his prey to the limits of human endurance. Eddie (Goss) is a family man who had just pulled off the highway for a quick cup of coffee when he was confronted by master manipulator Jimmy (Henrikson). Armed with a high-powered sniper rifle and a pair of walkie-talkies, Jimmy will now force Eddie to take the longest walk of his life. The setting is the Mojave Desert, and Eddie must walk north. Should Eddie turn in any other direction, Jimmy will put a bullet in his brain without hesitation. But this is no ordinary stroll in the sand, because along the way Eddie will be confronted with a series of ambushes and traps designed to wear away at both his dehydrated flesh and increasingly fragile psyche. Later, as the pair confront one another at their final destination - an open grave - it becomes painfully obvious that the men who once seemed polar opposites share more in common than appearances may suggest.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Sweat Equity Productions

Cast

Luke Goss
as Eddie
Dee Wallace
as Jo-Anne
Julia Self
as Connie
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Audience Reviews for Bone Dry

½

Vengeance in the desert. A character driven film whose back story is revealed in flashbacks that slowly explains the relationship between the characters. All is not as it appears and the desert provides a great vast empty landscape for the story twists to play out and the suspense to build. Good psychological thriller and a great role for Lance Henriksen.

John Wagner
John Wagner

Bone Dry is basically Gerry meets Saw. I heard this film was under rated; I heard wrong. You can't just stick two people in a life and death battle and expect me to care about either one of them without ANY character development at all.

FanGirl Browncoat
FanGirl Browncoat

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½

Appropriately titled thriller is only fair. It's too slow moving and too much is not explained. The acting isn't bad. Fairly suspensful, but it didn't hold my interest at all times. It sure does make you thirsty!

James Higgins
James Higgins

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