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Cold Creek Manor 2003 R CC

A family relocates to a dilapidated house in the country that was once a grand estate. As they begin to renovate the place, they discover their new home harbors secrets, conceals a horrific past, and may not be free of the former inhabitants.

Starring:
Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone
Runtime:
1 hour, 58 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director Mike Figgis
Starring Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone
Supporting actors Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis, Kristen Stewart, Ryan Wilson, Dana Eskelson, Christopher Plummer, Simon Reynolds, Kathleen Duborg, Paula Brancati, Aidan Devine, Wayne Robson, Jordan Pettle, Ray Paisley, Shauna Black, Peter Outerbridge, Karen Glave, Leslie Dilley, George Buza
Studio Touchstone Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Cold Creek Manor was supposed to be a shocking thriller with a great cast. It wasnt. This movie had no thrills, no chills. One lame jump that happens after you completly sink into stupidity.
Sharon Stone and Dennis Quaid were average with their roles. The real stars were Juliette Lewis and Stephen Dorff. Stephen Dorff perfectly embodies a crazed man who deperately wants his house back. Juliette Lewis is amazing as his ... girlfriend who keeps you begging for her presence to continue endlessly.
Cold Creek Manor tells the story of a couple who find that the city is destroying their lives and the lives of their children. One day they go searching for a home and stumble upon a fenced mansion, whose gate happens to open. They go inside the house and look around. A policewoman finds them and tells them they have to leave because they are tresspassing and if they go now she won't get them in trouble. They leave, but eventually buy the house. Dennis Quaid, who plays a documentary filmmaker, finds the previous occupants whole family history and decides this will be his next film, the story of Cold Creek Manor.
One day Stephen Dorff comes wandering through the house and Quaids sons tells. They ask what he is doing and he explains that it was his house and he lost it due to late payments. Later, Dennis and Sharon are talking about redesigning and Dorff asks if they'll hire him to help since he knows the place best. They hire him. Soon things begin to turn crazy as Dorff shows signs that he wants the house that belongs to him and he'll do anything to get them out. Quaid at the same time begins to investigate the mysterious happenings of Cold Creek Manor and is shocked by his research.
This movie is horrendously predictable and not a tad scary. I was hoping that this was going to be one of the best thrillers of the year, but that didnt happen. Wait for the video folks, this one, sadly, is not theater material.
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not a scary movie about stupid people.
the premise is absurd. an affluent Manhattan couple own their apartment and can afford to send their 2 kids to a private school; in a city where parents will practically sell their souls and go to ridiculous lengths to get their kids into a good Manhattan private school; provided they can actually afford to do so.

One child nearly gets hit by a car and the parents go bonkers and start carrying on about how they have to get out of NY.
Husband tells well paid corporate ladder climbing wife to take a leave of absence for a year; uh huh, likes they're really gonna hold that position open for her..........and like they're really going to take their kids out of an elite private school and send them to an upstate public school of.........lesser consequence.

somehow they're able to purchase a foreclosed estate, complete with baronial mansion (in excellent condition btw) , swimming pool, well over a thousand acres, the whole deal all for the low low price of $210,000. call now and well include a handy dandy weed whacker. I bet that property is worth between $3 to $5 million; no freakin way in upstate NY are you gonna touch a deal like that even in foreclosure for $210,000.00

the kids are smart, the parents are stupid, the wife is a completely clueless idiot.
the painfully transparent low class, ex-con, conniving bs artist son of the previous owner worms his way into their home with great ease because the parents are incredibly stupid, but the kids are hip to his s***t and hate him.

father finally wakes up to reality and the con man quits knowing he'll get fired sooner than later.
mother doesn't understand, maybe she's got the hots for bronzed, chiseled and sweaty pretty bad boys.
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By A Customer on September 11, 2003
I was bored with it. Went to a free advance showing without knowing the plot and thinking that it was a ghost story. It's just another"Family-moves-into-a-house-and-is-stalked-by-a-madman" movie with all the cliches included. Quaid and Stone's characters have got to be the dumbest couple on earth! Would you invite a creepy guy who broke into your home to dinner? Believe me, you will be rolling your eyes at a number of dumb things they do.
If you have something better to do with your time than to see this movie, by all means, do it.
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File this one under, people in thriller movies make dumb decisions. Aside from the, "Why the heck would you do that?" aspect of the movie, it's actually well acted and pretty intense for a thriller.
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I really wanted this to be a great movie. I was soooo looking forward to it. I counted the days till it was released.
Well, the only thing scary about it was my devotion to it.
My devotion was not completely wasted. I did get to see Sharon on screen again. That was worth it, but nothing else was.
Like everyone else has said, forshadowing was the key force in the movie. Everything that was going to happen was handed to you on a silver platter many scenes before it did. Not only was everything foretold, most of the story was completely unbelievable anyway.
First off, there is this huge run down mansion out in the country. It comes with 1200 acres and all the contents of the house, which include numerous antiques and personal family momentos. It comes with a pool, horse stalls and what appears to be a guest house. The house is in move in condition, but requires a bit of work. They buy all of this for $210,000. WHAT? In New York? I don't think so. It is also unbelievable that they would move from their affluent New York life to become hillbillies. Well, maybe a little bit believable, but not very. They also move to a place that seems to be millions of miles away from New York. Everyone there acts like this is the first time they have seen big city people.
When you first see the house and its interior, it is obvious that it was a showplace. It is obvious that whoever lived there had money and knew how to spend and show it. It is obvious that the family from which the house came was affluent.
You then meet the last person to live in the house from the family and it is obvious that they were white trash. They were people who would have lived in metal trailer houses with tin foil over the windows. The house and the family do not match each other.
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