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Jack Frost (1998)
Michael Keaton stars in Jack Frost, a fantasy adventure about a man who becomes a real father to his son\nafter returning to life as a cooler guy than he'd ever imagined possible - below freezing, to...  View more >

Starring Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Mark Addy...  View more >

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Jan 25, 2000
This movie was very heart-warming. A movie for the entire family. Filled with laughter. A movie for all of those who love winter and winter sports. A must see. Don't forget the kleenex.

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Jan 25, 2000
I was unbelievably surprised that this movie had made "worst movie of the year" in one reviewer's ratings. Perhaps this person could not handle a family movie which didn't contain references to sex and the ever popular explosions which seem to proliferate on the big screen. Jack Frost is a great Family movie, especially for families with kids between 5-11 years of age. The sound track is fantastic and really adds to the movie. There are some very touching moments, which if you have kids will make you hug them. Yeah, there is a bit of corniess in some of the hockey scenes, but so what! Michael Keaton is great as usual and you can't beat mom's looks. If you have kids, don't miss this movie.

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Jan 25, 2000
This movie was a phenomenal movie with love, laughter, and sadness in it. It's just right for a family, children, or a couple to go and see. I should know since I went to see it four times. I took my mother to see it on her birthday, three of my best friends (separate times), and myself. This movie has a special beginning, middle, and ending of a love of a father, son, and a mother. I would deeply recommend everyone to see it in theatres now.

May 6, 2003
Few good moments in \"Jack Frost.\" Michael Keaton plays a blues singer who dies than come back as a snowman. There is less joy in this movie. Keaton should have been given more to do, but he\'s stuck inside the snowman doing voices off a lukewarm script.

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