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|Release Date The Iceman May 3, 2013 Limited Genres The Iceman : Mystery & Suspense,Drama|
|Total Vote User The Iceman : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Iceman : 3.8|
|User Percentage For The Iceman : 73 %|
|User Count Like for The Iceman : 9,668|
|All Critics Ranting For The Iceman : 6.2|
|All Critics Count For The Iceman : 88|
|All Critics Percentage For The Iceman : 68 %|
Actors For The Iceman
|Michael Shannon,Winona Ryder,James Franco,Ray Liotta,Chris Evans,David Schwimmer,Robert Davi,Danny A. Abeckaser|
The Iceman Movie Review
|Shannon gets at his character's pent-up torment as well as his efficient disconnect. When his two worlds start to converge -- on his daughter's sweet 16th birthday, no less -- you feel for him. |
Lisa Kennedy-Denver Post
A true-crime thriller directed with grit, gristle and punchy energy by Ariel Vromen, The Iceman is never less than fascinating, even if things get a little ham-fisted here and there.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer
As the body count mounts, the movie begins to spin out of control, but Shannon and Vromen don't let it derail. Their focus keep things from melting down.
Adam Graham-Detroit News
Michael Shannon is an overpowering actor, and in The Iceman, the best that he can do is wrestle the movie around him to a stalemate.
Adam Nayman-Globe and Mail
It's a fascinating subject - the beast that lurks inside the family man - but the movie blows it.
Ty Burr-Boston Globe
It's often mesmerizing, primarily for Shannon's performance as a man who's a master of compartmentalizing ...
Moira MacDonald-Seattle Times
Riveting. Michael Shannon nails this one. Rarely does a movie end leaving me wanting more.
Gary Wolcott-Tri-City Herald
Shannon conveys the contract killer's utter detachment from humanity, providing a mute but menacing presence that wastes few words or emotions.
Jeff Meyers-Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
The main selling point here—and it's a considerable one—is Shannon, who shows new shadings in the role of Kuklinski...
Peter Canavese-Groucho Reviews
It is a good character study by Michael Shannon but, in the end, "The Iceman" was just not satisfying as a whole.
Robin Clifford-Reeling Reviews
That The Iceman is a film eminently worth seeing is a tribute to Michael Shannon.
Andrea Chase-Killer Movie Reviews
A brooding, neo-noir portrait of a psychopath who balances an apparently normal family life with a career as a cold-blooded hit-man.
Frank Swietek-One Guy's Opinion
[Shannon] almost convinces us that the Iceman's humanity was real.
Matthew Sorrento-Film International
Nobody would think to call The Iceman a romanticized version of anything, but when compared to the real-life story of Richard Kuklinski, this excessively brutal film comes off almost as gentle and dreamy-eyed as a Nicholas Sparks adaptation.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
As ultra-efficient as its sociopathic subject, The Iceman knows exactly when to pull the trigger.
James Mottram-The List
There is an enormous amount of effort put into this film which at its end just seems like noise, wind, and dust.
Louis Black-Austin Chronicle
A world-class, no-frills crime yarn.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
Getting to see Shannon boogie to Blondie is enough to warrant a stay of execution.
The Iceman delivers a discernible chill in depicting the double life of a man who committed cold-blooded murder by day and served as a warm-hearted family guy by night.
Al Alexander-The Patriot Ledger
Shannon's chilling performance paints such an uncompromising portrait of Kuklinski that the movie's confused attitude toward the character is even more confounding.
Mark Dujsik-Mark Reviews Movies
It's not a feature that lingers after it concludes, but considering the cliches available to the production, it shows some taste when it comes to goombah happenings.
Shannon's approach to Kuklinski as a total brick wall -- refusing to give anything back to his co-stars -- is a fascinating performance choice, but even that can't juice up this dull slog through Mob-movie clichés.
Norman Wilner-NOW Toronto
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