Race To Witch Mountain

Race To Witch Mountain
Race To Witch Mountain

Year

2009

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

The 1970s supernatural Disney franchise gets a noughties update here, with bigger and better effects, exciting car chases and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson ramping up the enjoyment factor. Las Vegas cab driver Jack Bruno (Johnson) discovers alien teens Sara and Seth hiding in the back of his taxi and agrees to take them to a remote part of the Nevada desert (from where they hope to get back to their home planet). Soon, government agents - who have their own, very sinister agenda - are in hot pursuit.

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This film contains frequent mild action violence.

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