When Jack (Edward Furlong) is in danger of missing a deadline, his manager orders him to take whatever measures are needed to complete his screenplay. Jack locks himself in a slaughterhouse freezer but discovers that his inner demons are keeping him company. Despite the cold, Jack's imagination is red-hot as he concocts the story of Frank (Furlong), a tow truck driver who's locked in a fridge with the dying victim of a serial killer.
Based on true events, BELOW ZERO is a thriller with a 'Fargo' feel. It is the story of 'Jack the Hack', a less than average, but once successful screenwriter who now faces writer's block. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Below Zero torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Very entertaining! I thoroughly enjoyed this movie from beginning to end.
(jp) wrote: Pleasantly surprised that I liked this better than the Jason Statham Death Race as this is a good bridge to that one, yet more enjoyable.
(nl) wrote: A good biopic and an excellent adaptation of a stage show. Meek was an amazing force in the early pop music industry so any film about him is bound to be interesting, even if rather sad.
(gb) wrote: I had gone to a party as a small boy in Bombay, and saw two girls there together. When I returned to Calcutta, I felt the same identical girls were in school, together, and I had a hard time convincing them, that they were in Mumbai. I had the same singular experience, when I thought that Meg Ryan was Jennifer Aniston, looking at this movie. I mean, how nice is that? I hope all friends are really nice.
(us) wrote: Lamer than a lame duck with a lame leg served with a lame sauce.
(ru) wrote: Everyone in the Tea Party needs to watch this
(gb) wrote: Not so bad for real. And is a movie you must rewatch if it makes you remember those awesome episodes of The Big Bang Theory (coz that's what came to my head) and also coz Star Wars Force Awakens (VII) is right aroung the corner...but please, don't be a freak (be a loyal fan, but not a fanatic). Just saying...
(jp) wrote: Not really a Lindsay Lohan fan but the film was bareable
(fr) wrote: The film does have a good cast but outside that there really isn't that much to like I just felt that the story is basically something you would see out of a television show and it didn't make that interesting viewing
(ru) wrote: I am an avid fan of the actors in this version of Stokers novel but I am afraid there were just too many liberties taken with the original for me to really enjoy it. Marc Warren can do creepy really well, Sophie Miles is a fine actress and David Suchet is excellent but not in this I'm afraid. The BBC did an excellent dramatisation in 1977 with Louis Jordan as the Count, but here they failed and by a long way. If you are not as precious about the original novel as I am then there may be much to enjoy here(the BBC do Victorian like no one else) but don't expect much Stoker. I give it 40% bcause I like the above named actors so much.
(mx) wrote: Very intriguing and one of ze great movies of my life.....
(jp) wrote: Brilliant. One of Oliver Stone's best.
(ca) wrote: A weak effort that compiles a few different and unrelated stories together. I feel that fans of the television series deserved a better movie than this. It doesn't quite have the feel of a major production. (First and only viewing - 5/12/2011)
(ca) wrote: I didn't like the format; but, it was very insightful.
(ag) wrote: Enjoyable but flawed by continuity. Dennis Hopper and Jodie Foster are a strange duo. Worth renting.