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WHITEOUT – John Frizzell

September 11, 2009 Leave a comment

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Contrary to popular belief, Whiteout is not a film about man struggling to come to terms with his addiction to correction fluid, but is in fact a new action thriller directed by Dominic Sena and starring the comely Kate Beckinsale as a US Marshal who follows a murderer to the American-administered part of Antarctica, and must track him down before the sun sets for six months over the frozen wastes. The film also stars Gabriel Macht and Tom Skerritt, and features an original score by John Frizzell, his first mainstream work of this high a profile for quite some time.

I don’t quite know what happened to John Frizzell. When he first burst onto the film music scene in the late 1990s with scores like Dante’s Peak, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and Alien Resurrection, he looked destined to become one of film music’s major players Read more…