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Iron Ridge

2.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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When two friends from the city, William Price (Stu Brumbaugh) and Jake Munro (Casey Anderson) go deep into the back country of Montana for a once in a lifetime hunting trip, They find themselves right in the middle of one of the worlds most rugged and hostile environments. When one of the young men finds himself lost in the mountain terrain of the Big Sky country unprepared and unequipped, he will have only his instinctive skills and the dedication of a determined semi-retired forest ranger to save his life. With a bad winter storm rolling in and the search being called off, it is just a matter of time before the lost hunter realizes that his chances of survival are hopeless, especially when he learns that a bloodthirsty grizzly (Brutus the Bear) is tracking him. Now, with life-threatening injuries he will attempt to do the unthinkable, even if it costs him his life. With the history of the area and the vast forest system of the Iron Ridge mountain range it will be a miracle if he makes it out alive. (Starring Casey Anderson and Brutus the Bear from the hit show "Expedition Grizzly" on the National Geographic channel.)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Stu Brumbaugh, Randy Barrett, Casey Anderson, Brutus the Bear, Jadi Stuart
  • Directors: Stu Brumbaugh
  • Writers: Stu Brumbaugh
  • Producers: Stu Brumbaugh, Randy Barrett, Joana Beeson
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Yellow Wood Films
  • DVD Release Date: January 12, 2009
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001PIHP2M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #229,539 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Iron Ridge" on IMDb

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This film made me reconsider my current life path. I only wish I had seen it sooner. Thank you, Stu Brumbaugh.
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Worst movie ever all the bear scenes were different. Fat man should have been eaten first. Worst bear mauling ever and man should have died. I almost died watching this film from laughter on how big of a joke it was.
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I went into this movie expecting a low budget film with maybe some decent action scenes. It was a low budget film. The two that played the hunters were somewhat believable at times. Could a couple of guys go into the wilderness completely unprepared? Sure. People do stupid things, and need to be rescued. If you aren't careful, the Montana backcountry can be a dangerous place. The storyline made some sense in that respect. What didn't make sense was one of the main characters. The actor that played "Carl" stretched the limits of believability, and his waistband throughout the entire movie. In several scenes, the act of standing in an office is enough to make him sweat profusely. I half expected him to pass out mid sentence during one of his monologues. We're supposed to think that he could hike in the Montana mountains with a pack for any distance at all? I'm inclined to believe that riding a desk would max out his physical ability. But in all seriousness, Carl was super fat.

Some other thoughts? Why would you make a movie that prominently displays a grizzly on the cover art, and includes it as a major part of the storyline, when the bear appears in maybe 2-3 minutes of the film? Also, it didn't show up until you're an hour into the film.

Keep your expectations low, and you might like this as a "background" movie. I made the mistake of giving it my undivided attention.
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Sorry this is my kind of movie scenery and wildlife. However it wasn't very good. Independent and cheaply made. Scenes didn't flow and made you feel as if you had stepped out of the room and come back having missed something. Montana is my favorite state but because it was so poorly made you couldn't really enjoy the beauty. Sorry Casey love the wildlife stuff you do usually but this wasn't very good.
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This is a story of two men, one near the end of his life and on at the end of a troubled marriage. How their lives intersect in the Montana mountains
is the basis for the movie. The scenery is breathtaking, the acting less so but overall a good movie. It is unclear why the bear didn't eat the main character or at least do a creditable job of mauling him.
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By Joe Piteo on November 27, 2015
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Junk. I think you have to work especially hard to make something so poorly. I've suffered through videos of my neighbor's vacation that were better.
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By fourtwits on November 23, 2015
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Very beautiful scenery. Very bad acting. I thought you would see more wildlife and more of the Grizzly bear in it. Disappointed there. Overall though very good story.
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