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Frozen (2010)

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When three skiers find themselves stranded on a chair lift at a New England ski resort that has closed for the next week, they are forced to make life or death choices that prove to be more perilous than staying put and freezing to death.

Director: Adam Green

Release Date: 2010-02-05
Status: Released
Run time: 93 min / 1:33
Revenue: $3,065,860
Production Companies : ArieScope Pictures, A Bigger Boat
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2010-02-05
Status: Released
Run time: 93 min / 1:33
Revenue: $3,065,860

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Casts

Emma Bell
as Parker O'Neil
Shawn Ashmore
as Joe Lynch
Kevin Zegers
as Dan Walker
Ed Ackerman
as Jason
Rileah Vanderbilt
as Shannon
Kane Hodder
as Cody
Adam Johnson
as Rifkin
Chris York
as Ryan
Peder Melhuse
as Driver

Crew

Directing Adam Green Director
Writing Adam Green Writer
Production Peter Block Producer
Production Cory Neal Producer
Production Tim Williams Executive Producer
Production John Penotti Executive Producer
Sound Andy Garfield Music
Camera Will Barratt Director of Photography
Production Michael Hogan Executive Producer
Production Nancy Nayor Casting
Costume & Make-Up Barbara Nelson Costume Design
Art Bryan McBrien Production Design
Art Richard T. Olson Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Edwin Matsu Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Robin Michelle Patrick Makeup Artist
Crew Chris Hanson Makeup Effects
Art Russell Evans Construction Coordinator
Crew Wray Featherstone Property Master
Sound Bryan Pennington Dolby Consultant
Crew Phil Lee Sound Recordist
Sound Sean Rowe Foley
Sound Joe Barnett Sound Editor
Sound Steve Bartkowicz Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Mathew Waters Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Crew Dean W. Miller Special Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Micah Gallo Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Tyler A. Hawes Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Kane Hodder Stunt Coordinator
Crew Brian Sullivan Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera Brian Wilcox Camera Operator
Camera Fred Hayes Still Photographer
Camera Natalie Cass Still Photographer
Lighting John Farr Gaffer
Costume & Make-Up Brooke Westberg Set Costumer
Crew Barry Tuttle Transportation Coordinator
Directing Suzanne Bingham Script Supervisor
Production Carole Fontana Location Manager
Production Amanda Essick Burrell Co-Producer
Production Jason Richard Miller Co-Producer
Production Mark Ward Co-Producer
Production Meredith King Executive Producer
Production Raymond Sleeman Executive Producer
Production Don Schain Line Producer
Crew Greg T. Moon Makeup Effects
Sound Katherine Rose Foley

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  • Audience Reviews for Frozen. ½ Everyone's children's favorite film works for grown-ups too. Mostly. There is a lot of singing and some of the songs are great, others feel a tad forced, though.

  • Read Common Sense Media's Frozen review, age rating, and parents guide. Wintry Disney musical is fabulous celebration of sisterhood. Read Common Sense Media's Frozen review, age rating, and parents guide. Skip to Content. For Parents ... Frozen has catchy, show-stopping musical numbers, ...

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  • "Frozen" just happens to be reaching theaters as Thanksgiving and the holiday shopping season are arriving. The marketing possibilities are mind-boggling. And in the tradition of the superior "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Little Mermaid," surely "Frozen: The Musical" will be headed to the Broadway stage soon. The songs – which are lively ...

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  • Frozen is a legitimately great film but also a flawed one. First, let's look at a few flaws, then admire its successes. Frozen's biggest shortcoming is in not making Elsa, its most interesting character, the main protagonist and main heroine of the movie. As it is, she is a co-protagonist, but Anna is given far more screen time.