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The Ice Storm

Rated R for sexuality and drug use, including scenes involving children, and for language.

R 113min.
 
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Set on Thanksgiving weekend of 1973, The Ice Storm looks into the lives of a wealthy Connecticut family who are calm and civil on the outside, but whose lives are quietly falling into chaos. Read More
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Ben Hood
Elena Hood
Janey Carver
Paul Hood
Wendy Hood
Mikey Carver
George Clair
Jim Carver
Libbets Casey
Dot Halford
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July 08, 2010
drarthurwells
Focuses on two mildly dysfunctional, but relatively well-off financially, suburban families and their relationships between and within the families, in narcissistic America. Excellent movie worthy of 4 stars, but I gave it 5 stars to counteract the under-rating of another user.
September 24, 2009
BikerPilotPoet
This movie left me asking "Who ARE these people?" Supposedly, an entire neighborhood of upper middle class suburbanites in the early seventies, these people , young and old, are so hopelessly screwed up emotionally and so totally lacking in any semblance of principles that they are completely unbelievable much less LIKABLE. On top of that the script is fraught with so many

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