It is Mr. Kinnear's slippery charm that keeps Thin Ice from sinking into the frosty Wisconsin slush toward which it seems to be heading from the start. show more
Writing with her sister, Karen, Jill Sprecher rigs up an elaborate cause-and-effect comedy of errors, with Kinnear's predatory protagonist as both perp and victim. I won't say more than that, but Thin Ice is deeper than it first appears. show more
This is a devilishly ingenious screenplay by the sisters Jill and Karen Sprecher. show more
Went to see this movie only because a friend of mine was in it. I believe she said she was in four walk on scenes. I never saw her, I was so totally engrossed in the movie. From the very beginning to the unexpected ending I couldn\'t do anything but follow what the actors were doing. She even pointed out the scenes she was in to our group. I didn\'t notice. At first, I was reminded of Fargo also but quickly forgot about that. Great movie. Great job by all the actors. Will buy it when it comes out on DVD. Evadsnave
I saw this movie 2 times and the first time it was so entertaining and extremly funny not a boring part in this movie just fun all the way through ....Good acting also by everybody especially greg kinnear and billy Crudup...... A must see movie
Wha happened?????????? A very good movie with a plot that had all the right twists and turns at the end, suddenly disappeared from the theatres. Maybe a re-release is coming.