Cool as Ice

Cool as Ice

Johnny, a freewheeling, motorcycle-riding musician, rolls into a small town with his band, and meets Kathy, an honor student who catches his eye. Meanwhile, Kathy's father, after being in the Witness Protection Program, is finally found by the two corrupt cops he escaped from years ago, who claim he owes them a lot of money.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   surrealism,   fight,  

Johnny (Vanilla Ice) is a rebellious rapper whose ice-cold heart thaws when he sets eyes on Kathy (Kristin Minter). Meanwhile, Kathy's father, who is in witness protection, is found by the corrupt police officers he escaped from years ago. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cool as Ice torrent reviews

Nicole P (fr) wrote: this is the greatest movie EVER. Kevin Zegers is so Hott!

Lluis A (ru) wrote: This is an amazing film with the incredible Judi Dench

Tristan M (it) wrote: This movie was terrible. The plot is good enough, but it was poorly done it was just wierd and over the top on so many levels. Like that fat guy who sits at home and controls real people who he makes into hookers or whatever it is he does? I don't know what's happening, the movie sucked, it's confusing as hell and I am now scared for life

Divvya S (us) wrote: a supernatural husband wife war flick.. loved it

Shane P (us) wrote: A cute movie that worked best when it wasn't trying so hard. But, in the end, there's some really great points brought up by Ben Stein and Robert Reich.

Tasos L (es) wrote: Pretty good , it could have been better though..

Devilish G (kr) wrote: I think this movie is mo liu but funny... is my taste really bad? Some of the dialogues about love are quite witty!

Tawseef R (us) wrote: started off with a thrilling promise but somehow the whole thing got quite poor. expected a hell more from Crowe and Meg.

Michael D (ru) wrote: I'm a big fan of Auster so was somewhat disappointed with this. Even so, the direction isn't bad but it's the narrative that let's the film down, which is odd seeing as Auster, when he is good (as a novelist) is very, very good indeed with story. This is, at best, Kieslowski-lite - if you want to see a really good film about missed destinies watch 'blind chance' or 'the double life of veronique' instead.But one last word about Sorvino - in this she is absolutely stunning. Keitel is good too but her performance is nothing short of revelatory and she just exudes unnaturally natural beauty and charisma and i fell in love with her after about 10 frames of this film. I had no idea she was THAT good.

Alex W (br) wrote: Oliver stone is the last person i would expect to make a football movie. This feels like he is simultaneously glorifying the sport while criticizing it. Maybe the first part is just a show so he could sneak in the second. I still don't think the multi cut sudo stream of continuousness style that was more present in natural born killers works. Cameron Diaz dosen't feel right. Jim Brown really surprised me actually, you don't expect a former pro football player turned actor for a career of mostly B movies to be good but i though he was great. I have lots of feeling on this average movie.

James R (us) wrote: The final movie in the Batman & Damian trilogy that the DC Universe animated films have been following. Starting with Son of Batman (2014), followed by Batman Vs Robin (2015) and now Batman: Bad Blood (2016). This time around Batman (Jason O'Mara) is reportedly missing after an explosion happens at a facility where Batwoman (Yvonne Strahovski) is fighting a super villain gang consisting of Firefly (Steve Blum), Tusk (John DiMaggio), The Mad Hatter (Robin Atkin Downes) and a mysterious man that is wearing a Batman like mask. Batwoman survives, but fears for Batman. Two weeks goes by and Nightwing (Sean Maher) decides that if criminals are aware Batman is gone then Gotham City will be wrecked by all the criminals like a kid in a candy shop. So, Nightwing takes on the mantle of Batman and along with Robin (Stuart Allen) tries to figure out what happened to the real Batman. Along for the ride this time as well is Luke Fox (Gaius Charles) who uses Waynetech to become Batwing. I really enjoyed this movie. Although, it is light on any kind of character development the action is really well done and the inclusion of Batwoman and Batwing for the first time on a DC Animated film is really cool. The movie has a twist you can see a million miles away, but overall, if you're a fan of the series check it out. One final note too finally Robin/Damian Wayne isn't annoying in this one. The previous two films I couldn't stand him, but he takes mostly a back seat in this one! Overall, fans check it out and at the least give it a rent.