Range Runners

 (3,145)1 h 51 min2020X-Ray13+
A woman hiking an isolated trail runs into trouble when her pack is hijacked by two men hiding out in the woods, desperate and on the run. Now, stranded and left to fend for herself, she has a choice: crawl back to her normal life in defeat, or strike back and retrieve what was stolen from her.
Directors
Philip S. Plowden
Starring
Celeste M CooperSean Patrick LeonardMichael B. Woods
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SuspenseHorrorAction
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English [CC]
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English
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Supporting actors
Tiffany Renee JohnsonSarah ChariparCarl Clemons-HopkinsMariah Gordon
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Christian CrockerChristopher GanzeRoseMary Prodonovich
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Uncork'd Entertainment
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ALCReviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
All that groaning
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Good movie and cast, but the film would have so much better without all the nonstop groaning every time she was injured. My husband even came in the room because he thought I was watching porn. Despite that it was enjoyable, just fast forward when she starts groaning.
19 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good movie with strong actress lead
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Lead actress was really strong and carried film well. I liked seeing a strong black female lead who was believable. I also appreciated that they didn't have to cheapen this film by resorting to physical abuse sexual assault or nudity while she faught her way through to the end. Good solid movie to enjoy on a Sunday afternoon.
16 people found this helpful
mlReviewed in the United States on October 11, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Common Sense Lost
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No plot... Not suspenseful... Just a girl with mental problems. It was over for me when she put her hands in the fire to burn the shoelaces off of her tied hands. She could have untied it with her teeth or even gotten the knife that was thrown into the woods. This girl had NO survival training yet she went into the woods for days at a time to run and with a day pack. I think she had PST from her track coach pushing her too hard. Oh, and the faces she kept making... This could have been such a good movie but fell VERY short. "Are you going to tell people you fell down once and gave up?" Ugh! I never want to hear that again...
14 people found this helpful
Sandra L. GulliverReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Worth the price of admission
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This is a great scary story with the inevitable twist at the end. I think all the actors were spot on with their roles and gave believable performances. Because it's an indie film, I had to wonder if they all did their own stunts, because some of them required some sure fire athleticism. Good job on that! There was one string left untied at the end, and it didn't cross my mind until a few days later, and for that matter doesn't alter the story any, but I wondered about the sister.
All in all, this is a top notch thriller story, and I feel it can compete with any studio production and proves that quality films can be made in Chicago, by Chicago producers and Chicago actors.
14 people found this helpful
Joseph FigueroaReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
All these ridiculous reviews
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I understand writing a review stating that you fell asleep from boredom, but these critiques where you obviously didn't watch or understand the movie are ridiculous. SPOILERS AHEAD. So you didn't like her coach, you mean her dad? It's revealed that that was her dad. Or how she should have just left the backpack - when she was in the middle of an eight day survivalist hike and it was her only source for food and water not to mention that it also contained her late father's ashes. Finally, to the ones who are like 'they took her stuff, tied her up, and didn't even rape her.' Wow, there's a lot to unpack there, consider for a moment that you didn't just think that, you actually felt the need to type it out as a possible plot hole.

That said it's an okay 3 to 3.5 stars. My problem was mainly her character, closed off and treating her family so poorly made it hard to like her. I didn't get the segue from Olympic hopeful to survivalist runner and the whole scene with the cop made no sense because the three of them already knew the drugs were long gone. Outside of that it was just okay, the acting wasn't bad, it held my interest, and it wrapped.
7 people found this helpful
Ian R HoweReviewed in the United States on October 29, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Don't waste your money. This is crap!!! This is ZERO star
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Nothing is believable. A girl in the forest, alone, gives her knife to 2 perfect strangers? What do expect to happen? The tough guy uses words like rustle, and speaks with perfect grammar in long monologues. Two guys never do anything sexual to the girl. She spits in the tough guys face and he gives her a stern look. Really?! That's your tough move? The tough guy is afraid to touch her breasts when he grabs her. The blood is so bright it almost glows. The girl moans and groans to make us believe she's struggling whenever she moves. People are out of breath when they aren't moving to make us think there's action. The only good part of the movie is the scenery. Don't waste your money. This is crap. Spend your money visiting a park and hike.
11 people found this helpful
Original Toe KneeReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Bizarre
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I was really looking forward to an intelligent "revenge" movie, one where the lead character makes intelligent choices after being wronged and gets a solid vengeance. In this one, you will be ripping your own hair out wondering how SHE, our lead character instead keeps making the situation worse, not because she is ignorant, but because the writer of this film are.

Spoiler Alert.
Her hands are tied, but her feet aren't... why didn't she just run away? Rather than placing both her hands in a fire to burn paracord off, she wouldn't instead find a sharper rock and exert a little patience? Separated from her pack, she dumps he only water within 20 miles, over her burning hands???? later, with open wounds, she washes them in a creek that potentially will infect her and eventually create sepesis? On and on... silly stupid mistakes ... When she is lashed to a post by a belt, there is enough slcak for her to slide down and sit, but she doesn't just move the belt around the post and unbuckle it?

Meanwhile, we are to believe a person such as she doesn't enjoy the wilderness, just a little?

When faced with adversity and just the tiny beginning of a little pain she has to scream over and over, with her attackers within earshot? and when she is holding a kilo/2 kilos or whatever heroin/coke or whatever, she does have leverage to get her pack back... but she instead rips the kilo open and thereby creates a war not any intelligent person would ever want to create. The writers have written a character who is stupid, and I feel insulted they didn't write a better film for this excellent actress.

and for the two white guys whoI guess had recently escaped from prison, they are an unlikely team at best, no repor between them... and the one who has a bullet wounded arm walks around like he actually has a pretend bullet wound, and later when it is so infected each move of that side of the body should produce pain he saunters around like he in fact is on a day hike at Disneyland OR is just an actor without any idea the part he was hired to play.The director thought this was ok? wow.

You see what I mean, this is a lousy written film... cannot be believed. It is definitely too easy to make a movie these days... the foundation for the movie makes no sense... the young girl is being taunted by her coach or father to exert stamina against pain, to get used to being drenched fully in a monsoon, while he is taunting her in the rain, he is standing inside an umbrella?! What? preposterous. Later on, as an adult, she seems to have learned nothing about ability to go beyond pain, at every slight difficulty she is screaming... makes no sense. Writers created a character that makes the audience cringe, if they can think at all, does not match the idea central to a movie like this which MUST BE CONSISTENT. It certainly is not.

A good idea/central theme, but just not worth watching.
5 people found this helpful
Alba GonzalezReviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best thriller I've seen in a long time!
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As young Mel struggles to keep her father's demand, she'll soon realize he has given her the tools necessary to survive.
A definite rollercoaster of emotions, this thriller will keep you hooked from beginning to the end.
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