Snow Angels
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 47 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Released: September 16, 2008
  • Originally Released: 2008
  • Label: Warner Home Video
  • Packaging: Keep Case
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33

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Entertainment Reviews:


Total Count: 112


User Ratings: 6,695
Impressive for the mood it creates, the film may not totally satisfy, but the characters are richly depicted and reflect the snowy winter chill that surrounds them Full Review
Urban Cinefile
Oct 25, 2008
So when the film's moment of horror arrives, it's not with suspense but instead the sort of dully anticipatory inevitability that drains as much energy from the story as from the audience. Full Review
Feb 2, 2009
SNOW ANGELS has an open-eyed curiosity and dread, with each scene punctuated by fresh psychological undercurrents. -- Grade: A
Entertainment Weekly
Mar 14, 2008
Once again turning his lens on the casualties at the edges of society, writer/director David Gordon Green uses his camera to manage emotion....The cumulative effect is meditative and devastating.
Box Office
Mar 1, 2008
[Snow Angels] is aching with cross-purposes and shimmering with flirty jokes. Full Review
The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
Aug 22, 2017
3.5 stars out of 4 -- SNOW ANGELS applies Green's impressionistic style to a complex narrative of small-town love and loss and horror...
Mar 22, 2008
Yes, it's painful, but Snow Angels is so full of rich performances and characterizations that even gunshots can't kill its power. Full Review
Arizona Republic
Apr 3, 2008

Product Description:

Director David Gordon Green (GEORGE WASHINGTON) adds another carefully sculpted drama to his resume with SNOW ANGELS. Green deposits a strong cast in a snowbound Pennsylvania town for his fourth full-length feature, which revolves around the troubled teenage life of young Arthur (Michael Angarano). Arthur divides his time between working at a Chinese restaurant and dealing with the break up of his parents. His endearing lack of self-confidence is tempered when new-girl-in-town Lila (Olivia Thirlby) shows a romantic interest in him. Meanwhile, Arthur's co-worker and former babysitter, Annie (Kate Beckinsale), is trying to raise her child alone after the failure of her marriage to the unhinged Glenn (Sam Rockwell). Annie also embarks on an unwise affair with Nate (Nicky Katt), who happens to be married to her best friend. Green's central characters try to make the best of their modest lives until a major incident, dropped halfway through the movie, raises the tension between Annie and Glenn to breaking point.

Beckinsale, Rockwell, and Angarano all deliver consummate performances, and they are joined by a strong supporting cast that includes Griffin Dunne and a rare straight role for comedian Amy Sedaris. Green's style, so often compared to that of Terrence Malick, takes a slightly different turn here as the director delivers a relatively straightforward thriller. But the change suits him, and SNOW ANGELS contains enough edge-of-your-seat tension to keep audiences curious as to where the director is going to take them.


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