Cold Creek Manor

Theatrical Release: September 19, 2003
Cold Creek Manor
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Synopsis

In this drama thriller, Cooper and Leah Tilson (Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone) have grown tired of raising their two children, Kristen (Kristen Steward) and Jesse (Ryan Wilson), in the rat race of New York City, so they decide to move to upstate New York where life will be simpler and the pressure less intense. They purchase a foreclosed country estate: 1,200 acres of land, a sprawling home and all of its furnishings. As they are fixing up the place, they learn about the previous occupants and wonder about their abrupt departure. Dale Massey (Stephen Dorff), who grew up in the home and has just been released from prison, offers to help restore the home to its previous beauty. But they quickly learn that he is unstable and will do whatever it takes to protect the family secrets that remain at Cold Creek Manor. Cold Creek Manor was a bad real estate choice for the Tilsons.

Dove Review

And when it comes to seeing the film with its excessive use of profanity and occasional sexual/nude situations, Dove says “buyers beware.” This film cannot be awarded the Dove Family-Friendly Seal.

Content Description

Info

Company: Touchstone Pictures
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 110 min.
Industry Rating: R
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Ryan Wilson and Stephen Dorff
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Brian Hughes