The Ice Harvest – Filtered

Theatrical Release: November 25, 2005
DVD Release: February 28, 2006
The Ice Harvest – Filtered
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Synopsis

A guy (Thornton) teams with a strip-club proprietor (Nielsen) and a dim mob lawyer (Cusack) to steal money from Kansas City’s mob boss (Quaid). Little does the lawyer know that he’s in for some serious double-crossing and Christmas chaos.

Dove Review

“The Ice Harvest” had some big names, but that certainly doesn’t make for a good movie as it was about murder, larceny and cover-ups. There was too much violence, even in the filtered version, to come close to being a good family-centered movie. There’s a reason “The Ice Harvest” was “frozen” at the box office!

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Dead woman with pool of blood by her head, guy shoots a man trapped in a box, guy shoots another guy, guy shoots a woman, guy gets shot in the foot and near his face so he has burns on his face, dead body wrapped up and dumped in the lake.
Sex: Man and woman kiss.
Language: None
Violence: Dead woman with pool of blood by her head, guy shoots a man trapped in a box, guy shoots another guy, guy shoots a woman, guy gets shot in the foot and near his face so he has burns on his face, dead body wrapped up and dumped in the lake.
Drugs: Guy smokes, guy is drunk most of the movie, drinking and driving, guy drinks in a bar.
Nudity: Low-cut shirt, cleavage, short skirt, female dancers in bras and underwear, woman in robe, drunk guy’s pants fall down several times.
Other: None

Info

Company: Focus Features
Director: Harold Ramis
Producer: Albert Berger
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 80 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor