"Frequency" is a GREAT movie. It offers thrilling, emotional, and funny experiences throughout the film. Dennis Quaid is back at the top of his game after real good turns in "Any Given Sunday" and "Savior". Jim Cavaziel of "The Thin Red Line" shows why he should be around for a while, and Andre Braugher of "Homicide" gives a solid supporting turn. What irritates me is that this movie probably will be hailed by critics, because it is an enjoyable experience, but my guess is it will strike out at the turn stiles. You know Box Office capabilities are not high when the movie can't sell out Sneak Previews. This is the best movie I have seen in a Sneak Preview since "There Is Something About Mary". "Frequency" is truly enjoyable, a CAN'T MISS, and I give it a 10.
A movie with Brandy and Diana Ross. An untalented, horrible actress coupled with a has been. Brandy looks more like a canine than a human, and her voice has no range. A horrible movie. This movie was horrible. We get to see rich divas whine and cry about how their lives are so hard.
Without a doubt,the best movie of 1997. Why this did not receive more Oscar consideration is beyond me. Russell Crowe definitely should have been nominated for Best Actor. He portrays the sense of having bottled rage that can explode at any minute better than any other actor I have seen on the screen. Kevin Spacey gave another monumental performance yet received no Oscar nomination. I guess having back to back to back great performances will do that to you. You cannot find a better trio to play these three cops. White(Crowe) is the veteran cop who loves to use violence to get the job done. Exley(Pearce) is the straight as an arrow rookie who prefers to use his smarts and mind games in place of violence. He is kniving and has no reservations to stab you in the back to ahead. These two characters are perfect because they are complete opposites of each other. Vincennes(Spacey) is a medium of the two. He used to be like White but is what Exley is striving to become. His transformation throughout the film to amend his wrong actions give his character in this film the most credibility. The one thing I did not agree with was Kim Basinger's win of Best Supporting Actress. She seemed quite dull and did not give half the performance as Crowe or Spacey. Also, if you watch this movie, watch out for the funniest moment on screen this year dealing with Exley insulting the "Lana Turner hooker."
First of all, let's look who is in this movie. The cast is packed with great actors. Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Steve Buscemi(ugly as ever), Chris Penn(fatter than ever),Quentin Tarantino, and the great Michael Madsen. The movie is defined by Madsen's performance. When he got killed, the movie went down a rollercoaster till the explosive ending.