|Starring:||Noah Emmerich, Elizabeth Mitchell, James Caviezel, Shawn Doyle, Andre Braugher, Dennis Quaid|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Collections:||100 Cops & Robbers, It's About Time|
|Run time:||1 hour 54 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Dec 2000|
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Edge of your seat stuffBy Catchag from Whyteleafe , 15 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I had never heard of this movie prior to hiring it in 2000. 4 of us sat watching it and it is one of those movies which sucked us in straight away and had us shouting at the screen.
The direction is fast paced and moody, the acting is good, story is great.
It's not the best movie of all time, but damn worth seeing - in my opinion.
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Great fun!By a customer from Dorchester , 12 May 2009I really enjoyed this film and the sentiment behind it. I know it was fantasy but the way that the two different eras of time was put together , across the airwaves, worked very well.
I was rooting for both Dennis Quaid and his son and it was fascinating how the past events kept changing the future history at such a speed.
In the final few scsenes I was swept up in their battle against time and their plight. If you want something a little different then go for it!
FrequencyBy druGeliuks9 (157 reviews) from London , 12 Mar 2009Its ok, wasnt the best move I ever seen,however, its ok to watch it when got spare time
A real gemBy a customer from Dorset , 24 Feb 2009A friend recommended this film to me and I was definitely not disappointed. I can't believe I'd almost missed out on this little gem.
If you like Supernatural Thrillers then this is definitely right up your street, especially if you liked films like White Noise and The Butterfly Effect.
Little Known but Really GoodBy a customer from Swindon , 13 Feb 2009I remember seeing this film at the cinema and it was just as good the second time round seeing it on DVD.An exciting film with a good twist at the end.
FrequencyBy GMac1965 (7 reviews) from Belfast , 11 Feb 2009this is a great film, not toomuch violence but a good all round entertainment. try it u might like it