takes place in an American scientific outpost in Antarctica.
There's a few times it had you the edge
of your seat, but most of the sequences were virtually impossible
to follow and tell who's who or where they're going in many of
those hard-to-see-through blizzard fight scenes.
To be fair, there's no supernatural or
sci-fiction scary creatures whatsoever.
When the film finishes, you'll say to yourself,
"Is that it?"
Then the mystery falls apart the moment
you think about it.
The Antarctic is a lonely, desolate place,
so when a murder happens, what's a Marshall to do?
Well, get off her duff and take plane trips
from one desolate outpost to another. And answer these three
-- Who's fighting whom out there in the
-- When will these ridiculous flashbacks
-- And does anyone really care?
The movie Whiteout is a gory murder
mystery set in Antarctica.
The problem I had with this film is that
the tale itself is lacking in the script and everything takes
place in such a cold, barren atmosphere that it seems to chill
any possible sense of fear or excitement.
The four screenwriters have discharged
a large amount of nonsense with laughable dialogue.
The bottom line is you can't tell the good
guys from the bad when everyone involved is wearing big, puffy
parkas with furry hoods and goggles.
This is one wicked arrangement of bad weather
conditions in the blind, whirling snow.