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The Freezer 2014 R CC

3.2 out of 5 stars (30) IMDb 5.2/10

Dylan McDermott stars as Robert, an everyday guy who must fight for his life after Russian thugs trap him inside an industrial freezer, demanding he return millions of dollars.

Starring:
Peter Facinelli, Dylan McDermott
Runtime:
1 hour, 22 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Action
Director Mikael Salomon
Starring Peter Facinelli, Dylan McDermott
Supporting actors Yuliya Snigir, Andrey Ivchenko, Rafael Petardi, David McNally, Markus Parilo, Milan Malisic
Studio Anchor Bay
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Robert (Dylan McDermott) wakes up in a freezer in the very first scene. The Russian mafia has him held there and they want their money. Robert claims he is a mechanic and offers his wallet, which is missing, and to take them to an ATM. The Russians are not amused. He has their money, the Russians don't make mistakes.

Robert is very chipper for a guy facing death. He is beat up and cold tortured, but nothing overly severe. You can figure out the first twist, and there are more to follow, none were really unexpected. Just as the film slows up, it introduces another character or twist keeping you engaged, but not overly entertained.

It isn't bad for a movie where 99% is filmed in one room as one might expect. The action/thriller aspect is more old school action/drama/thriller. Normally this is something I would love, except the characters didn't give me a convincing performance, nor was Robert a decent protagonist whose character we got to know late...i.e. it failed to hook me.

Makes for a rental.

Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity.
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Format: Blu-ray
"This is the rat. I'd bet my life on it." Robert (McDermott) wakes up in a freezer with his wrists and ankles cuffed together and no idea why. When a gang of Russians come in they tell him he owes them 8 million dollars and won't let him go until they are repaid. When he realizes he isn't alone he is forced to make life and death decisions with every move he makes. This is a movie that although the idea has been done over and over still had potential. What it turned out to be was basically a version of the original Saw (without the gruesome chopping people up aspect). Man wakes up alone with no idea how he got there and must figure out who put him there and why. He sees someone else with him and must decide what to do next. The main difference is that this one has people coming in and out and more things happen but that is still the best way to describe it. The twist is both unexpected and predictable, when you watch it you will see what I mean. Overall, nothing amazing but not horrible either. A less horrific Saw type movie. I give it a C+.
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This movie keeps you hooked from the start! Stepan (Milan Malisic) the main Russian mobster keeps scared for Roberts (Dylan McDermott) life. You never know what's going to happen next! Dylan and Milan keep you on your feet through out the whole movie and give you an amazing surprise ending!
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This movie was one of the worst I've ever tried to watch. Thank goodness I rented it from Redbox for just $1.28. I have to admit, I didn't make it to the end so maybe there is a surprise ending or something that would improve my rating. I just couldn't get past the point of the main guy being faced over and over with death but being a smart-a__ and cracking unfunny jokes. It was just awful!!
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With the terrible temperatures we've been having this winter of 2014 my guess is most people would be hard pressed to rent or purchase a movie with a title like FREEZER. I'm hoping that isn't the case because this movie deserves to be seen. It's a tense thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end.

Dylan McDermott is Robert, a young man who wakes to find himself in a walk in freezer with his wrists and ankles strapped and no idea what is going on. Eventually two Russian mobsters come in and start asking him questions. Unhappy with his replies Robert turns into a punching bag for a while. It boils down to something they want, $8 million that they say he has and that they want back. Telling them he has no idea what they're talking about, that he was at a restaurant and went to use the bathroom only to wake here they leave him to consider what they want with the promise that they'll be back.

Robert frees himself from his bonds and begins to try and find a way out. The door is locked and the vent in the ceiling too small for him to fit through. The mobsters go back and forth, trying to convince him to give them the money. The second time they enter they bring along Alisa (Yuliya Snigir) and threaten her as well. Without the information or money they seek, Robert still can't help them.

The mobsters leave once more and Robert is soon startled to find someone else with him in the freezer, Sam Gurov (Peter Facinelli), the man the mobsters were looking for. It seems that Sam is an undercover policeman who infiltrated the Russian mob. Shot in a gun battle with the mobsters, he's severely wounded and in need of attention. He lets Robert know that the woman isn't another hostage but the girlfriend of the head mobster's son.
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This movie has you believing everything that is happening. You feel sympathy for Dylan's character as he seems to be truly suffering in the cold. The Freezer has a few plot twists throughout the movie to keep you guessing. It is a real thriller because the end turns out completely differently than you imagined and leaves you pondering and questioning everything in the movie. You almost have to watch it again to catch what you missed the first time.
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Being locked in a freezer is life-threatening enough without the added complications of communications barriers and the threat of bodily harm. Bad guys willing to torture, along with inceasing environmental perils, keep the tension high, while plot twists keep the story interesting and evolving as the audience seeks to discern the truth. Not 5 stars because: 1) the ending seems hurried after the long build up, 2) dropping temperatures produced ice-coatings but never any visible breath, and 3) an obvious, plentiful supply of insulating cardboard resources that ought to have supplemented clothing goes unused. These detractions, however, were not enough to take away from the enjoyment of a different kind of suspense thrill ride that takes place almost entirely in a walk-in freezer.
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