Faith and family review: Whiteout

Faith and family film review: Whiteout (R)
Catholic Office of Film and Broadcasting

Lackluster thriller in which a federal marshal (Kate Beckinsale) and a U.N. official (Gabriel Macht) investigate a series of murders in Antarctica, assisted by a government medic (Tom Skerritt). Though there are some suspenseful snow-blinded confrontations with the killer, logic is among the casualties in director Dominic Sena’s often grisly adaptation of Greg Rucka’s graphic novel. Frequent gory images, brief streaking scene with full male nudity, partial female shower nudity, suicide, a few uses of profanity, and occasional rough and crude language.  L — limited adult audience, films whose problematic content many adults would find troubling. (R) 2009.  Full review:
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