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Top Customer Reviews
As far as the plot is concerned, there isn't all that much to describe. In fact, it can all be summed up in one sentence: At a mountain resort, three college kids struggle to survive when they're left stranded on a ski lift. Everything depends on how the plot advances, and this includes character development, which is surprisingly strong. Dan (Kevin Zegers) and Lynch (Shawn Ashmore) have been friends since the first grade. Because of Dan's new girlfriend, Parker (Emma Bell), Lynch now feels that their friendship is in jeopardy; their skiing trips have traditionally been a Guys Only thing, and yet here she is, tagging along. For the first twenty minutes or so, Lynch repeatedly tells Parker, as nicely as possible, that she's in the way.
Hoping to get in one last hill before the ski lift closes for the night, the three smooth-talk their way onto the ski lift. Unfortunately, there are two lift operators, and the second one doesn't realize that the three skiers who have just descended are not the same three currently ascending the mountain.Read more ›
"Frozen" is a surprisingly sophisticated drama despite its very simple premise. The terror is understated and real (not at all what I was expecting from the director of the middling horror/comedy "Hatchet"). Kevin Zegers, Shawn Ashmore, and Emma Bell do a fantastic job bringing this unpleasant experience to life. From joking bravado, to quiet desperation, to regret and recriminations, to acceptance and action--you really feel tapped into the emotions and fear of the protagonists. That's why "Frozen" is so disturbing and so great. The middle third of the film is so intense and memorable, it will definitely stick with me as one of the most horrifyingly bleak things I've seen this year! And while the film does strive for a "scary" payoff with a bigger action sequence at the finale, the palpable sense of danger of the film's quieter moments is never equaled.
I truly think it is a disservice to market "Frozen" strictly in the horror category.Read more ›
Next time leave out the wolves who wouldnt come near you, especially to rip you apart and eat your entrails. lol
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Uneventful movie...story was bad, acting was pretty goood. Not worth $5Published 2 days ago by Justin Orr
a very good "campy" film. a bunch of 'no name' actors do a pretty good job of scaring the crap out of you.Published 4 days ago by kcat
It's a huge tear jerker but it's three kids against mother nature. Their friendship, love, dedication, will for survival, and luck depends on the choices they make. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Lydia
Many would consider this a "B" movie. As a longtime skier, I loved it! It's one of my personal "cult classics" now. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Stephen B.
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The same thing happened to me...twice. At first I thought I just had a bad copy, so I had it exchanged at Best Buy. When I tried the new copy, the same exact thing happened: it plays perfectly through the previews and goes black when it gets to the menu.
Nov 7, 2010 by Melissa | See all 5 posts