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Sugar MountainWith help from his girlfriend (Haley Webb) and brother (Shane Coffey), a young man (Drew Roy) fakes his disappearance in the Alaskan wilderness so they'll have a great survival story to sell. However, the hoax turns out to be more real than they planned.
Actors of "Sugar Mountain"
Characters of "Sugar Mountain"
Directors of "Sugar Mountain"Richard Gray
Creators of "Sugar Mountain"Abe Pogos
Critic Reviews of "Sugar Mountain"VarietyDecember 10, 2016
Polished without ever achieving much in the realm of suspense or emotional involvement.Globe and MailDecember 09, 2016
The plot twists we get are not the ones we want. They look like complications, but they don't deepen the story or connect it to any wider ideas.Los Angeles TimesDecember 09, 2016
Pretty but oh-so-dumb, "Sugar Mountain" is the cinematic equivalent of a himbo.Toronto StarDecember 08, 2016
Despite a shaky premise, an engaging cast and a sinuous storyline make Sugar Mountain a moderately diverting adventure.Common Sense MediaJanuary 19, 2017
This ridiculous thriller centers on just about the dumbest scheme ever invented for a movie, yet the filmmakers don't show any awareness of the plan's absurdity; it's played dismayingly straight.Cinemalogue.comDecember 16, 2016
Beneath the picturesque snowy Alaskan landscapes, there's not much suspense in this hollow thriller.Under the RadarDecember 16, 2016
Sugar Mountain isn't flawless ... but, if you're willing to go along for the ride, it's an unexpectedly entertaining, gratifying 106-minute adventure.Film InquiryDecember 09, 2016
Gray directs this entertaining thriller with plenty of heart, which shows in just about every aspect of the production.We Got This CoveredDecember 09, 2016
Sugar Mountain isn't total rubbish, but narratively, it's all over the place and hamstrung by iffy lead performances.Film Journal InternationalDecember 08, 2016
An engrossing, visually stunning crime thriller.Blu-ray.comDecember 04, 2016
Early promise for a ripe inspection of brotherly unrest is quickly dismissed by limited actors and a helmer who never seems to know what he's doing.
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