The Ice Road (2021) 720p

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Genres:
Adventure | Drama
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
1002.58M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
103 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
MPR:
PG-13
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Directors: Jonathan Hensleigh [Director] ,


Movie Description:
After a remote diamond mine collapses in the far northern regions of Canada, an ice driver leads an impossible rescue mission over a frozen ocean to save the lives of trapped miners despite thawing waters and a threat they never see coming.

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Reviews

Liam Cage vs Nick Neeson.

Not sure who is my favorite from the 2. But both seem to love the 1-man-show kind of films which have absurd and nonsensical stories.

The Ice Road is...just another Liam Neeson movie. Obviously Nick Cage would have liked to be in this one, but Liam got there first.

Realism went for vacation here. Trucks and truckers after having seen this film are probably furious with these completely wrong and unbelievable scenes.

But, that's the Hollywood magic.

So folks this ain't a documentary but an action film set in cold Canada involving trucks, mines, bad people and ice roads.

In fact, it's an enjoyable action flick.

It needs to be seen with the right amount of patience, to go through all the silly dialogue moments and the unreal truck scenes.

Maybe the cinema experience helps too.

So, switch off and you might actually enjoy it.

5,9/10.

Not bad - suspenseful and interesting

I went into this screening with low expectations, because I had been told it was not a particularly good film. And, yes, some parts are just a bit hoaky, some characters are stereotypes, and there are some inconsequential goofs (dry clothing in the truck cab, after full immersion in the lake).

BUT, all that aside, the movie kept us on the edge of our seats for much of the time. It was an enjoyable evening / after-dinner movie! And, it is frankly much better than quite a few rather lame films that have come out, with thunderous publicity, in the last 18 months.

The plot involves a rescue mission, directed at saving workers in a collaposed mine. There are quite a few surprises (not outlined here, lest the comments become spoilers), so the plot is not particularly predictable. The all-too-common 'hyper-angst' that is frquently used in such movies is kept reasonably in check, so the action, and plot twists are at the forefront. Yes, there are several 'personal' storylines going on that form a backbone of the plot. But, they actually contribute to the suspense, rather than detract from it.

I Act White???

They are driving in the truck and the man asks the lady if she's hungry. She says, "you'll know when I'm hungry, it's very unattractive" He, says, "you get cranky?" She says, "worse, I act white". What does that supposed to mean?? Is this just another WOKE phrase that Hollywood is trying to push and stereotype all white people as bad??? The girl is talking to a white man and he doesn't do a double take and ask her why she thinks this way??? Soooooo bad!!
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