Wyvern: It has a substantive cast including: a recognizable good guy (Nick Chinlund who often plays a detective); two really good old guys (Barry Corbin is an ace and the late Don Davis is well known as the general from the Stargate series); and two attractive young women (both Canadian I believe) including the very pretty Tinsel Korey who seems to be Native American. The CGI created monster is extremely well done. The plot has no spurious countdown timer to artificially bolster tension; no excessively stupid acts by the cast to increase it, letting the evil creature doing evil things create the necessary pulse pounding; heroic deeds by the protagonists; and a reasonably realistic terminal event. On the downside, I'm not sure that "the land of the midnight sun" is all that green and snow-free, and the solstice should come in the middle of the daylight period, not at the end as the script implies. However, this was really quite well done, and acceptably enjoyable as these things go.
|Ratings:||IMDB: 4.7/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||January 13, 2009|
|Director:||Steven R. Monroe|
|Actors:||Barry Corbin David Lewis Don S Davis Elaine Miles Erin Karpluk John Shaw Karen Austin Nick Chinlund Simon Longmore Tinsel Korey|
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