Sugar Mountain is an American thriller film directed by Richard Gray and written by Abe Pogos. The film stars Cary Elwes, Jason Momoa, Drew Roy, Haley Webb, and Shane Coffey. Filming began on March 10, 2014 in Seward, Alaska and ended on April 18. The film was released in the US on December 9, 2016.
Dec 09, 2016 · Directed by Richard Gray. With Jason Momoa, Cary Elwes, Melora Walters, Anna Hutchison. Two brothers, down on their luck, fake a disappearance in the Alaskan wilderness so they'll have a great survival story to sell, but the hoax turns out to be more real than they planned.
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Despite some weaknesses in the script, miss opportunities, and Elwes' seeming incapability to deliver any lines without smugness, "Sugar Mountain" is actually a pretty good and entertaining film ...
- drama, mystery and thriller
Dec 09, 2016 · Sugar Mountain is a dark thriller about life in small-town America; with fine character acting and tension building, it's a unique hit.
Dec 09, 2016 · It's a promisingly cynical idea: Two brothers, deep in debt, plot a hoax in order to sell their survival story. Miles (Drew Roy), the dashing daredevil, will "disappear" on an Alaska mountain.
Billed as a wilderness survival thriller, “Sugar Mountain” is in fact more of a potboiler involving a romantic triangle and ill-conceived fraud scheme.
In SUGAR MOUNTAIN, brothers Liam (Shane Coffey) and Miles (Drew Roy), and Miles' girlfriend, Lauren (Haley Webb), are trying to run a boating business in Alaska, but they've come on hard times. The reckless Miles cooks up a desperate plan: With help from his more knowledgeable brother, they'll stage Miles' disappearance in the wilderness.
- Jeffrey M. Anderson
Sugar Mountain" is a song by Canadian folk rock singer and composer Neil Young. Young composed the song on November 12, 1964—his 19th birthday—at the Victoria Hotel in Fort William, Ontario (now Thunder Bay), where he had been touring with his Winnipeg band the Squires. Its lyrics are reminiscences about his youth in Winnipeg, Manitoba.