Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Joseph Cross, Mark Addy, Andrew Lawrence
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Mild Language, Mild Violence
The up and coming blues player Jack Frost is happening with everyone but his own family. With tours and one night stands
at cheap dives his family gets pushed to the back burner. But Jack promises that he will be there for Christmas. A promise
he has trouble keeping when he dies in a tragic car accident.
Heartbroken Charlie stopped building snowman, until one day the urge possess him to build one snowman. Which becomes
the vessel for Jack's spirit. Now Jack is able to keep his promise and spend one more magical Christmas with his son.
Where to begin on this Jack Frost, you all know how I feel about the scary horror movie JACK FROST, but this is a magical
family movie full of love and laughs. Michael Keaton plays Jack and he does do a great job. Of course some parents may object
to the fact that Jack dies in the movie to become the snowman and some smaller children around five or six might have issues
with that too. But older kids eight and up will shouldn't have a problem with Jack Frost. The effects are very impressive,
it looks like the snowman is really alive and with new next Snowman technology is FROSTY THE SNOWMAN live version that far
behind? That's the skinny on Jack Frost the family classic and I give it...9 STARS.
Again I agree with Zedd, I liked Michael Keaton, I liked the whole cast and all the characters. The story works and the effects
were incredible. I would highly recommend it to families with kids over six. I also give it 9 STARS.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ CHARACTERS (The whole cast of characters were well written.)
+ CAST (The cast does a fantastic job.)
+ EFFECTS (The effects work.)
+ STORY (The story is fun and touching for anyone over six.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- NOT FOR KIDS UNDER SEVEN (Kids under six might have a problem with Jack dying early in the film.)