Out Cold

Theatrical Release: November 21, 2001
Out Cold


Jason Landon and Lee Majors square off in this raunchy comedy about snowboard bums trying to save their home mountain from ski resort development. Rick Rambis (London) and his friends work and drink in the ski town of Bull Mountain, Alaska. Town founder ‘Papa’ Muntz was famous for skiing down the mountain, mostly drunk, with his pants down. But now his son wants to sell the mountain to resort developer John Majors (Majors). Although Rick and friends get to keep their jobs with the ski resort, Majors turns the entire town into a yuppie snow paradise. But the last straw is taking away Papa’s statue. With the help of Majors’ rebellious daughters, Rick and friends plan to take back their mountain.

Dove Review

Although it includes some great shots of extreme snowboarding, the film is mostly filled with scenes of drinking to excess and sexual fantasies. The film opens with Rick and friends in a race, which requires skiing down the mountain at night with a glass of beer. The winner gets to the bottom with the most beer in the glass. Rick’s brother Luke (Zach Galifianakis) frequently drinks until passing out. He’s also seen in a hot tub with Majors’ daughter Inga (Former Playmate of the Year, Victoria Silvstedt). When she leaves, he gets unfortunately amorous with the hot tub drain. Crude language is also heard throughout, including numerous slang terms for anatomical parts and excrement. In the mindless vein of ANIMAL HOUSE, this film pits the bums against the yuppies. But it should leave audiences OUT COLD.

Content Description


Company: Touchstone Pictures
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Paul Bicking