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David Blaine: Frozen in Time (2000)

Street magician, David Blaine, attempts to freeze himself within a block of ice for 72 hours. The hour includes pre-taped footage of Blaine's preparation for the trick and his entry into ... See full summary »

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Roger Goodman
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Credited cast:
David Blaine ... Himself
Kevin Spacey ... Himself - Guest Appearance
Lenny Kravitz ... Himself - Guest Appearance
Michael J. Fox ... Himself - Guest Appearance
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Richard Roles Richard Roles ... Spectator
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Street magician, David Blaine, attempts to freeze himself within a block of ice for 72 hours. The hour includes pre-taped footage of Blaine's preparation for the trick and his entry into the icy hangout, as well as segments of Blaine stumping pedestrians with his hip brand of sleight of hand and trickery. Written by Marcus Lomeli <ZooBeZooBe@aol.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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29 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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David Blaine: Frozen in Time See more »

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Patrice Productions See more »
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Edited into David Blaine: Fearless (2002) See more »

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Entertaining, but not nearly as impressive as Blaine's other TV specials.
3 October 2002 | by CowmanSee all my reviews

FOX produced this TV documentary about acclaimed "street magician" David Blaine's latest stunt: encasing himself in a huge block of ice for 72 consecutive hours with only water for nourishment. Does the trick look impressive? Absolutely. Was Blaine REALLY 'frozen in time'? Not likely, although he did a great job fooling the masses.

The few intercut scenes of David performing his amazing magic tricks on the streets of urban North America are much more exciting than the whole freezing bit. You'll be entertained, but you won't have that feeling of baffling disbelief that "David Blaine: Magic Man" and "David Blaine: Street Magic" leave you with. Still, if you're a fan of Blaine and his one-of-a-kind style (as I must admit I am), this is a worthwhile viewing.


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