Chill Factor Movie Review 1999

Information and Film Reviews for Chill Factor the Movie

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Stealing every plot device and cliche in the action thriller genre, this is indeed one unoriginal cold turkey. After accidentally blowing up a platoon of soldiers while testing a chemical weapon codenamed "Elvis" and pinning the blame on cranky general Brynner (Firth), scientist Dr. Long (Paymer) moves to Montana to take up fly-fishing while continuing his research. He befriends diner clerk Tim (Ulrich), but only until the general is released from prison with a grudge to settle. The general has plans to sell the weapon to the highest bidder, but Long manages to get Elvis out of the building. The canister can't get hotter than 50 degrees, or Elvis will become a hunka hunka burnin' Armageddon. Tim hijacks an ice cream truck and its driver Arlo (Gooding), and the pair are chased and shot at until the movie is mercifully over.

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Not Yet Released

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 102 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Action-Comedy, Buddies, Boom!, Betrayal, Science & Scientists
Screenplay
Drew Gitlin, Mike Cheda
Cast
Skeet Ulrich, Cuba Gooding, Peter Firth, David Paymer, Daniel Hugh-Kelly, Kevin J. O'Connor, Judson Mills, Hudson (Heidi) Leick, Jim Grimshaw
Cinematography
David Gribble
Director
Hugh Johnson
Music
Hans Zimmer, John Powell
Producer
Warner Bros.

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