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At Theaters: 4/28/2000 On Video: 10/31/2000
Rated: PG-13 Length: 1 hr. 57 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 169906
Studio: New Line Cinema
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John Sullivan would undo the events of October 12, 1969, when the out-of-control Bruxton fire took the life of his father, a heroic firefighter. Ever since he was a kid, John has dreamed of being able to stop the tragedy of that fateful day, which set into motion the anger and loneliness that have haunted his adult life as a cop in the 1990s. Now John may get exactly what he wished for . . . and much more than he bargained for.

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Sci-Fi Thriller - Audiences of all ages may enjoy this warm-hearted science fiction thriller, in particular men, who could relate to the film's father-son theme. Die-hard sci-fi fans may be disappointed, and those with an aversion to sappiness should steer clear.
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Cast and Crew Heading
Dennis Quaid ANY GIVEN SUNDAY, THE PARENT TRAP, SWITCHBACK
Jim Caviezel THE THIN RED LINE
Andre Braugher CITY OF ANGELS, GET ON THE BUS, DUETS
Elizabeth Mitchell MOLLY
Dir/Prod: Gregory Hoblit PRIMAL FEAR, FALLEN
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About The Production
Frequent Time Travelers
Fire, Crime and Time
Two Movies In One
The Locations
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PROFANITY: Occasional use of mild profanity.
SEX/NUDITY: None.
VIOLENCE: A couple of fist fights; some bloody shootings.
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Very frequent alcohol use and some cigarette smoking.
ACTION: Fight scenes and gunplay.
COMEDY: Only an occasional line here and there.
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The science fiction thriller Frequency asks a number of questions, a few of which are showcased in its trailer. "What if you could reach back in time?" "What if you could change the past?" "What if it changed everything?" The most important question, however, is left uncovered: "What if you had an interesting premise and then went about it all wrong?" The answer to that query is the disappointing film itself, which proves that having an inspired idea--father and son, 30 years apart, magically bond over a ham radio--is only half the battle in making a good movie.

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Based on an Exit Polling of 122 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
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Many
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Movie To Friends
13-19Teens (M/F)
16
Very High
100%
20-29Yg Adults (M)
16
High
94%
20-29Yg Adults (F)
8
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100%
30+Adults (M)
41
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100%
30+Adults (F)
41
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100%
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One day before the anniversary of his father's death, in the midst of the spectacular sky storm known as the aurora borealis, John Sullivan discovers in the house he inherited his father's old ham radio and begins to play with it. Through the electrical static, he finds himself talking to a man who claims to be a firefighter and who appears to be awaiting the World Series of 1969. Is John really talking to his own living father on the very same day, in the very same house, but exactly three decades ago?

At first neither can believe it, but soon John is carrying on an all-night conversation with his young father (Dennis Quaid), sharing for the first time his deep love and regret over his future death. Yet John realizes that now he might be able to change all that. By alerting Frank to the mistake that cost him his life the first time around, John saves his youthful father from dying in the Bruxton fire.

On October 12, 1999, John Sullivan discovers that he now has photographs on his walls of his father as a gray-haired man. By changing the past, the Sullivans have forged a new present. John is ecstatic with his new memories of his father - until he discovers other things have been altered. Subtle changes caused by his father's survival have led to a string of unsolved serial homicides, including the grisly murder of John´s mother. Now, Frank and John must race against the clock - divided by three decades and connected only by a radio - to prevent a murder that will seal their destinies. And each time Frank changes something in his universe, John wakes up to a whole new reality.

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