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First Snow (2007) Movie Information

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Mark Fergus


Guy Pearce
Steven Michael Quezada
J.K. Simmons
Piper Perabo
Rick Gonzalez
William Fichtner





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A sleazy Albuquerque salesman on a business trip kills time with a fortune teller. The revelation of his impending death leads him on an adventure of redemption and eventual resignation to his apparently inevitable fate.

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lpd381 06/12/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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This movie was just nothing. It wasn't so bad that it was fun to make fun of but it wasn't good enough for me to actually recommend it to anybody. The acting was solid and it did a good job of building it's self up to the climax. But the issue was that by the time you get to the climax you just don't care. The main character just isn't likable and the rest of the cast just isn't worth caring about. If you get the chance to watch this movie for free then you might watch it but otherwise avoid it. please read a longer review of this and other movies at

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goodfellamike 09/11/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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An engrossing thriller weighed down by incredible coincidences and a tacked-on ending. FInal Grade: B-

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bwill 04/28/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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This film takes a little work to get through. It may be a little slow but the themes and lessons are worth your 101 minutes. It's capably written and directed. Both Guy Pearce (Memento, LA Confidential) and J.K. Simmons (Law & Order, Juno) deliver terrific performances. The themes are well executed, especially those of redemption and fate. These two writers have certainly not faltered in their career, having gone on to be nominated for an Oscar for their co-adaptation of Children of Men. Their next work comes out this Friday - Iron Man.

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Franz Patrick 01/11/2008 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

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It did not pay off. Fortune-telling storylines could go a million directions but this film chose the tedious path to nothingness. At first I thought it was just taking its time to set everything up but when I finally got tired of its slow pacing, I looked at the clock and it was halfway through the film. It seriously made me wonder what it was up to so I expected a little bit of a twist to happen... but it didn't. By the time the credits rolled, I couldn't believe I saw an entire film but it felt incredibly empty. Avoid this one if you can, if you don't end up being annoyed by its scattered ideas, you'll fall asleep due to its lack of progress.

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