Jack Frost

Jack Frost

Director: Troy Miller Cast: Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Mark Addy
3.8 8

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Jack Frost 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful story, well acted with great music. Perfect for young and old.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is written wonderfully! The first time I saw it I cried!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie is amazing everone can relate 2 charlie.charlie loses his dad in a car accident and because is dad made promises 2 him that he never kept charlie is really upset.this movie is a family friendly movie i loved it and u will love it 2.
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Movie Jack Frost is an enjoyable movie for any time of the year. Good Story line, good characters, good Tech and good for any age.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm really into film, all genres. People ask me what my favorite movie is, and that's a tough question, but every once in a while someone will ask me what's the worst movie I've ever seen and that one's easy. JACK FROST. Now there are thousands of direct to video pieces of crap, but 9 times out of 10 those films know exactly what they are and are lame attempts to milk a dime from the video renting public. Jack Frost however, oh where to begin. The plot: after a man dies an untimely death he's brought back to life in the form of a snowman, at which point he seeks out his family so he can put things right with his son. Now I lost my mother at a very young age, and even as a child had I seen her return to me in snow-woman form, well it would have destroyed me mentally for, I'm sure, the rest of my life. The kid in this film is startled...for about 2 seconds, then he embraces his frostypop. Plotholes abound, the most glaring, why doesn't anyone notice this snowmans mobility. Yes there is a brief scene where the wife says something to the effect of " wasn't that snowman on the other side of the lawn 5 seconds ago?" and then quickly shrugs it off. The snowman can also make snowballs from his body and chuck them at bad guys. I could go on and on but I'm not even going to bother. Watch the movie once, if just to see how not to make a movie. So if you want bad dialogue, the worst CG effects, and horrible acting buy Jack Frost today. Did I mention when the snowdad is reborn the whole scene is scored to Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide". Shudder.