Thin Ice

Thin Ice

A dishonest insurance salesman's life quickly disintegrates during a Wisconsin winter when he teams up with a psychopath to steal a rare violin at the home of a reclusive farmer.

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Mandi S (br) wrote: Just lovely. A wonderful story. The main actor's portrayl was reminiscent of Buster Keaton. I just fell in love!

Ricky C (ag) wrote: Really good movie reminds you of alot like Crash - was worried seeing Dane in such a serious role he nailed it

Rupa B (gb) wrote: It had a lot of the elements of Korean film, in terms of storyline, which I'd usually get tired of pretty fast, but it went well with this plot. Recommended for those who like the G/L genre.

Ashley H (fr) wrote: King of California is a decent film. It is about an unstable dad who after getting out of a mental institution tries to convince his daughter that there's Spanish gold buried somewhere under suburbia. Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood give good performances. The script is slow in places but still held my interest. Mike Cahill did an alright job directing this movie. I liked watching this motion picture because of the humor and drama.

John Eric D (ca) wrote: wow are they still making crap like these?

Jessica L (mx) wrote: I'm not a huge alien/sci-fi fan so this is just so-so in my books. It's pretty funny though.

Rebecca S (mx) wrote: Part two of my accidental early Natalie Portman double feature. Her parts of the movie are terrific. The rest is pretty standard high school reunion life crisis fare.

Catherine N (nl) wrote: Liz Taylor and Katherine Hepburn tackle overripe roles in this Tennessee Williams play that thuds around the issues of homosexuality. Montgomery Cliff does his best to keep up with two megawatt stars.

Steve G (mx) wrote: I love the brilliance Holmes conveys in trapping the murderer. But what was that socialist tirade at the end?