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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.
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.Read more ›
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This is becoming a trend, first they film a movie that almost never leaves the phone booth, then Man on a Ledge and now Freezer. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kenneth Harrigan
I really enjoyed this movie. I liked how the film kept me guessing what happened from the beginning. I also liked the twist at the end.Published on June 12, 2014 by kevin
Movie started off slow and but had a surprise ending. If you don't have anything else to do, then watch.Published on May 13, 2014 by Rudolph B Thompson, Jr
I think I'd actually give this movie 3.5 stars... It's an ok movie... the fact that it takes place in a freezer could be a turn off for a lot of people; but there are some twists... Read morePublished on April 25, 2014 by S. Arnold
This was a very good movie considering the fact that the entire movie was filmed inside of a freezer the whole time.Published on April 21, 2014 by Ed Morris