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  • Summary: Robert (Dylan McDermott) is an ordinary man who is faced with extraordinary circumstances. He is locked in a meat freezer by Russian thugs who believe that he owes them 8 million dollars. Robert soon discovers that he is not alone in the freezer. Sam (Peter Facinelli), a stranger, is also locked in with him, and it becomes a struggle to survive the cold and the forces that are against them. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Annlee Ellingson
    Jan 16, 2014
    Freezer is a snappy action flick that makes good use of its close confines.
  2. Reviewed by: Mike D'Angelo
    Jan 16, 2014
    For all the scary refrigeration on view, this is a concept that’s long since gone stale.
  3. Reviewed by: Peter Labuza
    Jan 23, 2014
    Freezer is a mediocre work built on a flimsy, nonsensical premise that squanders its modest potential with a cornucopia of bad plot twists.
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  1. Mar 14, 2014
    Not a bad thriller. Dylan McDermott is likable as the lead and there is plenty of tension in the interesting plot. The movie even throws in some funny moments here and there. It can be a little slow and maybe even a little cheesy at times, but overall I enjoyed the movie and it's plot-twists. I give it a 7.5/10-Good. Expand
  2. Jun 15, 2014
    Freezer is about a mysterious character named Robert, who wakes up trapped in a freezer. The does not add anything new to the genre of movies similar to Hours (2014) and Buried (2010) which both have the same formula of waking up not knowing where you are and that's in Buried and Freezer, but stuck in a hospital in the case of Hours. This movie however, is a complete snooze fest, it doesn't build up tension, the actors are obviously forced to do this project and apparently do not want to be there, the whole story is a cardboard cut off with no character development but a twist that I honestly saw it coming. So grab a hot chocolate milk shake, with some brownies, bed sheets and get ready for this complete snooze fest, or just don't watch it and same those 81 minutes. Expand