Frequency (Blu-ray) PG-13

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Blu-ray Disc Features:

  • Rated: PG-13
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 58 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: July 10, 2012
  • Originally Released: 2000
  • Label: Warner Home Video
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Note: Commentary by director Gregory Hoblit
    • Commentary by writer/producer Toby Emmerich and actor Noah Emmerich
    • The science & technology behind frequency
    • 4 animated solar galleries
    • Music-only track with commentary by composer Michael Kamen
    • Deleted scenes
    • Theatrical trailer
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.39
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English, Spanish
    • DTS HD Master Audio - English, Spanish
    • Subtitles - Spanish

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Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh70%

Total Count: 125


User Ratings: 135,843
Why gripe about a few minor inconsistencies? Just relax and enjoy the show.
Houston Chronicle
Jul 21, 2005
This ambitious but frustrating timeshift thriller never quite manages to jam together two distinct stories. Full Review
Time Out
Jan 26, 2006
Rating: 3.5/4 -- Gregory Hoblit's best film generates Spielbergian fascination with temporal drama of twisting timelines, infused with personal conflict and situational tension. It blends "Back to the Future's" rush with "Backdraft's" firefighting and a dash of "Zodiac." Full Review
The Film Yap
Sep 25, 2010
Quaid's buoyant earnestness complements the stunning, low-key performance by Caviezel, whose close-ups give new meaning to the idea that still waters run deep. Full Review
Chicago Reader
Jun 6, 2007
...[FREQUENCY] engrosses and entertains, and is surprisingly rich with interesting ideas and visual flair...
Total Film
Jul 1, 2000
Rating: 2.5/5 -- A film that works for virtually all of its running time on a scene-by-scene basis, but also completely fails to work as a holistic object. Full Review
Alternate Ending
Sep 5, 2019
Rating: 3.5/4 -- It's an appealingly out-there premise that's employed to perpetually captivating effect by filmmaker Gregory Hoblit... Full Review
Reel Film Reviews
Aug 15, 2016

Product Description:

An inspiring, hopeful psychological thriller, FREQUENCY features two standout performances by Quaid (D.O.A.) and Caviezel (THE THIN RED LINE). Caviezel is John Sullivan, a 36-year-old police officer who has never quite gotten over the early death of his father, Frank (Quaid), a firefighter who lost his life while on the job. When John discovers that he has begun to miraculously communicate with his father over short wave radio, circa 1969, he tries to warn him of the impending disaster, changing history in the process.

Plot Synopsis:

As the Amazin' Mets compete in the 1969 World Series, John Sullivan, in October 1999, talks to his father, who has been dead for 30 years, over a ham radio, trying to rebuild a past that a tragic fire took away from him. Director Gregory Hoblit has fashioned a thrilling suspense film built around a time disturbance brought on by the reappearance of the aurora borealis over New York City. John Sullivan, a lonely, despondent cop, is suddenly given the ability to change his family's past--but not without consequence. Every change affects the future, each time denying John the dream of reuniting his family.
Hoblit, a successful television director and producer (Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law) who made a splash with PRIMAL FEAR, never lets up the tension as changes made back in 1969 instantly alter what is happening in 1999. Echoing BACK TO THE FUTURE, John refers to a constantly changing photograph of his family to tell who is alive and who is dead, based on how he and his father have changed the past. The two time periods collide as John and Frank struggle to catch a killer--and to save their family.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: April 28, 2000 (national).
  • Early in the movie, an episode of Hill Street Blues can be seen playing on a television; FREQUENCY director Gregory Hoblit won an Emmy as co-executive producer of that popular cop show.
  • Brian Greene, who is seen in scenes from both 1969 and 1999, served as the physics consultant on the film.
  • Former New York City detective Bill Clark served as a consultant on the movie; he has also served as a consultant on Hill Street Blues and NYPD Blue.
  • Brian Greene and Dick Cavett re-create an interview they did in 1969 so the interview can be seen both in the past and the present.
  • Noah Emmerich, who plays Gordo, is the brother of Toby Emmerich, the screenwriter of FREQUENCY.
  • The official movie Web site,, offered the services of in order to help people find long-lost friends and relatives. Surfers could also attach a memento for inclusion in a time capsule that would be secured for 30 years.
  • Jack Matthews of the New York Daily News named FREQUENCY one of the 10 best films of 2000.
  • Garth Brooks and Jenny Yates were nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song--Motion Picture for "When You Come Back to Me Again."

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  • UPC: 794043156175
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