Cold Pursuit

A snowplow driver seeks revenge against the drug dealers he thinks killed his son. Based on the 2014 Norwegian film 'In Order of Disappearance'.

Title : Cold Pursuit

6.2
IMDB: 6.2/10 22951 Votes

Runtime :  n/A

Views :  11391

  • rwwildone

    Well. not a very good Liam vehicle but not his fault-script adaptation, Direction and casting are to blame.On a side note, I learned why there are so many Horror movies added to the site, but that’s ok cause it’s still a good site. THANKS UB

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  • Flicker2013

    Wow!!! Liam rocks period and this is supposed to be comments about the film not to attack him publicly about something he said.
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    I WILL watch anything Liam does!! He’s a brilliant actor but he picked a stinker this time.
    Sure it had great cast and great possibilities but it fell short for me. sowwy Liam.. 🙁
    I was bored until 1:25 minutes hoping it would get better then for the last 20 minutes, but nope it fell short.
    Sad though could have been a keeper from the trailer. I never expected a film to be this off. Also I did not like how they left it is all I will say… Just my opinion.
    But Liam rocks period and he did his best with his script as always and is an upstanding human being IMHO. Cheers… 😀

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  • bighill4231

    In the first place, I thought this was set up to review the movie not be a character assassination of the lead actor. Secondly, you people are so just plain too sensitive. I was raised in the south, not the deep south, in the fifties and sixties. Kentucky, the brother against brother state in the Civil War. Up and until 1963 the good white people of my lovely city dressed up as black people and held mistrels and sang songs like Mammy, Swanee River, and Ol Black Joe. They used the stage at the local Tab theatre to raise money for the Local Chanber of Commerce. To add insult to injury, the Tab theatre was the movie theatre where the black folk were allowed to go see movies. They were not allowed to attend the other movie thatre in town. White people got pissed when the Federal Government outlawed minstrels. The good towns people said it was just “good clean fun.” Now you all want to condemn a man for saying something forty years ago. Before you all get on me, my best friend growing up was black and I took plenty of shit for that from my own race. I told people they needed to grow up and get over it then and I am saying the same thing now. Things are changing. Maybe not as fast as some would like, but they are changing. And maybe not to the extent they should, but they are changing. Takes a long time to erase over to erase three hundred years of bigotry and wrong-minded thinking. One thing is for certain, getting upset at UB for not placing the movie “If Beale Street Could Talk” on the featured is uncalled for. And for the record, I did not like Beale street movie any better than I did this movie.

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  • sunshinedaydreamz

    This is an excellent, thought provoking movie in lots of ways. It boils down to love, and what we all would do to protect the ones we love if push comes to shove. But always remember when you travel down the road of revenge, dig two graves!

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  • KingKilmonger

    Awwh man Liem Neeson was my dude and I was waiting on this but it is what is and I won’t be seeing it or any other Neeson film, damn Liam. This is thing for me, the fact that Liam Neeson can vehemently say that he is not racist, probably because actually believes that. The fact that he can say it the statement bothered him and he mediated/power walked it away or whatever, is very problemactic and really reflective of the dangerous world that we live in. That is not nor should be a normal reaction to anything, what he said he in that interview. Anybody saying that it is or dismissing it is very troublesome. A normal reaction would be to get angry(of course) to feel all these emotions swirl and rise up and be on the verge of taking over. Though not healthy you can understand that. What is not cool at all is that you religate a criminal act, a gruesome criminal act, committed on one individual, in one location, by one individual to this very broad and generalized idea of taking out your frustation on any black person you saw? Stop for a second and think about that. The way in which he said and actually used the words, “black bastards,” was very creepy. That is not okay and something that if you had a reversal of roles would not fly with the same people who are trying to give him a pass. This again speaks to the state of the world we live in and the fact that so many people(and I am talking black, white, whatever race) do feel empathy, we know because they can have a host of it for their own. Their own kind, their own family, etc. People to feel empathy or a measure of it but can turn it on and off ant their will. I tells me a lot about this site that this film can go in the features but my statement about, If Beale Street Could Talk, was never addressed adn why that film never made it into the featured section. UB this you here, thats on you, but as for the other stuff, only god will be able to deal with that.

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    • Dime

      Since no one else will say it to you. Dude, this is a movie site. These comments are for what you think about the MOVIE not the person. If you do not like him, them keep on moving along. No one cares, nor wishes to hear your thoughts about the person doing the acting. Plus, from your long winded post, I can tell you know how to read and write. So try reading the rules you agreed to by coming into this site.

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    • Gator

      I’m sure he’s really going to be broken up that you won’t stream anymore of his movies for free.

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    • roland_falworth

      All that and not a single word about about the movie itself except to say you won’t be watching it . I have seen the trailer and when a good copy comes out I know I will watch it

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    • GeminiSaga

      I believe it was a normal human reaction and pretending otherwise is arrogant. What’s exceptional is that he opened up about it and admitted to being wrong while most people wouldn’t even admit it to themselves had they reacted that way. So who are we to judge him?

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    • KingKilmonger

      Arrogant? Exceptional? Really? The only thing that can be given him him is that he spoke on himself and it not revealed in some leaked email or something, but there is nothing exceptional about a horrific idea or thought, no matter who or how it is revealed and further more the only arrogance here is from Liam Neeson who seems to think that because of his privilege he can just declare himself fixed by his own understanding and hand and then everything is okay. As so many have pointed out it was years ago and apparently in that time he has hand no other incident or thought or feeling of that nature according to him so why even bring it up? Why feel like you are that guy enough to share this and not have any backlash from it. The arrogance of white people sometimes really blows my mind and thank god I know and grew up around enough honest and good hearted people to have a realistic grasp on life and understand that this is indeed not all white people just like not all black people are criminals and you can feel its okay to just say I was searching for some black bastard. REALLY, WOW! So arrogant that he can go on to say hey if were a some other race I would have felt the same way as if that makes it okay. Like I said in my original post, for those who do not in the least bit find his words problematic, no matter when the incident happened something might be wrong with you.

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    • sunshinedaydreamz

      That is so stupid, people are so uptight about his feelings about 40 years ago that he got into, when making a movie about revenge, people are going crazy. His friend was violently raped. Your making a past thought of revenge he had about who he is as a person. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Get over your uptight moral compass. Like you never thought anything negative about another person before.

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    • KingKilmonger

      Its truely amazing to dissect the words people use when talking about a subject. You are obviously irritated over the fact that people are calling him out for this, it irks you. So you use moral compass, and clearly talk about 40 years ago, his past thoughts, every thing relating to him, but never mention the words he used, not 40 years ago but the words he used recently in that interview. I am not racist, but I searched for a black bastard, I am not racist, but I immediately asked my friend what color the person was, I am not racist because I purged myself of those thoughts. And what if he had, in his anger, bumped into a black man, say a father and husband on his way home from the supermarket, in a hurry, maybe frustrated who decides he doesn’t like Liam Neeson’s atitude. Somebody who has done nothing but decided to defend themselves against an apparent angry person. Hahaha, wow. People just dont get it. Its this type of thinking that contributes to innocent kids getting shot in the street by cops. Its this type of thinking that puts innocent men behind bars for years YEARSSSS having committed no crime. See Neeson is just an actor, that makes millions of dollars and has a lot to lose and can afford to keep himself and a distance from people he hates, black, brown, whatever. We live in a society though that doesnt allow for most to do that, and so they carry that hatred and anger, unwarranted hatred and anger into the office, the factor, the hospital, the police force, etc. I recently read and article that talked about how like over half the medical school students going into their first year as a doctor(white students) still believe outlandish stereotypes about their black patients. They feel less pain, they can’t get certain illnesses and disease. This atitude, the same one that would allow for Liam Neeson to say in his mind,” Damn it black people, one of you is going to pay for this, because no investigation is needed and maybe my friend was scared and saw wrong, maybe the guy had a darker tone and was Italian or Indian or Latin but it doesn’t matter I heard black and that set me off.” that atitude has been a problem for far to long and if you would take a second to reflect on that you would probably understand why people are a little up in arms about this.

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    • Coyotebleu

      Btw, he asked his friend for a description first..

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    • Coyotebleu

      Well now…. You OBVIOUSLY didn’t listen to the interview in it’s entirety. I will try to find the link. I think he waa on Good Morning America….Guess what… I was violently raped by an overweight white man. For years, I hated heavy white men. I was afraid of them, avoided them…..get Off your highhorse…You tell me truthfully, you have NEVER had any racist, bigoted, pre judgment of anyone. NEVER EVER behaved in a way that makes you cringe today? Never ever felt remorse? Never regretted your actions? The whole thing was taken out of context by the media and people that flew to the worst conclusion, including myself at first….then I did my own research..What he was trying to talk about was how he was raised, and how he isn’t that person anymore… BECAUSE HE GOT HELP! and how wrong it was, and still is when people raise their children to hate other people that aren’t like them

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    • sunshinedaydreamz

      See I was so upset I made little sense in my comment. My point is, he delved into his personal experience to make a movie about revenge. It was 40 years ago. He is not a racist man. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Trust me, he doesn’t need your money anyway. People are too uptight. It’s getting ridiculous .
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    • saltydawg067

      your first comment made complete sense! i agree… we can be pretty uptight and it’s happening more and more lately.
      going after someone for something s/he did 40 years ago means you think no one ever changes, grows. ever. that’s rare.
      what’s happening more and more often though is all the silly name calling.
      that makes no sense to me.
      you may or may not know the person you’re calling an idiot but, how is it relevant or helpful? it’s really not

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    • ub_kma

      The Beale street movie didn’t go to featured because I had never heard of it and the actors didn’t jump out at me. Once something is posted, it is done. You will never see something up for more than a day and then added to featured. Even if it were it wouldn’t be in the first spot, it would be positioned according to its original add date. I still have not watched it. Simply because it isn’t the kind of movie I watch for entertainment. At least I don’t think it is. I watch action, horror, and sci-fi. Mostly horror tho. Even then I don’t watch many movies.

      I did see your comment about it not being in featured, but wasn’t aware you wanted a reply. A pm would be best for that. If I had been contacted the first day it was up I might have obliged.

      As far as this movie being featured it is because of the actors and hype. I heard of it. I know nothing about what ppl are accusing Neeson of either and usually don’t concern myself with the personal antics of actors. A lot of them make unfortunate descions and statements like Mel Gibson, for instance. It has little impact on how good a movie might be. Now if a movie is racist or insulting it might still be here, but I doubt it would be featured. I haven’t watched this movie either and it isn’t currently on my list. Neeson is kind of a one trick pony recently. The only film he wasn’t a tough guy in that comes to mind is Nell. Also Family Guys peortrayal of him kind of took away his luster. Lol, ask him to pee in your hands.

      Anyway. I am far from all knowing and really don’t pay attention to most current events. I am ignorant to a lot of more contemporary history also. I can tell you what color Thomas Jefferson’s hair was, but not about Beal Street

      I have been known to remove a real dog from featured on occasion, but that is very seldom. Kind of a once decided, it is done. I have not and probably won’t watch most of them and I’d have to watch before removing. If it is ever important to anyone that a film be added to featured the best way is to pm me ASAP after it is posted.

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    • KingKilmonger

      Fair enough I guess UB, I mean if you say so. I know this much Beal Street is a Oscar nominated film and has been buzzing a lot and so has Roma another good film which I have not even see show up here. I would just ask this, Who is the well know star in I Still See You, because I do not recognize any one in that film and it was in the features. Hey though its your site and you can do what you want I am just asking questions. Barry Jenkins is the director, he won best picture last year but you say you dont watch those kinds of film, so I probably wont see you comment on other Oscar nominations like The Favourite right?

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    • ub_kma

      I Still See You, horror and I love Bella Thorne, although many don’t like her. Also many Netflix movies get featured and that was one. I just like their feel. Well known actors, and IMDB rating when the number of votes at posting are high are probably the biggest factors. Yeah, won’t be watching The Favourite. Although I sometimes comment briefly on something I don’t watch for one reason or another. I kind of do see I have a bias when it comes to featured as far as genre. Not racial, but preferential, and if advertising, etc…is biased that might play in unintentionally. I hate thinking this way – separating based on race, it is contrary to my normal mentality, but forcing myself I am pretty sure I have featured recent movies with “minority” (yuck to the label) actors and/or casts. I don’t usually look at nominations, etc…and apologize for my ignorance on that kind of thing. I will add Beale Street to featured this evening, and it will bump the movie to the main front due to re-saving (I’ll refresh it also just so it has all good links), but the featured listing won’t be bumped I don’t think. This will be a one-time thing tho – I don’t like bumping something unless I have to so as to not give the impression it is new here. Usually that happens only with a complete refresh or a poster change, etc…

      As far as Roma – durnit, I forgot why I hadn’t added it and tried again. The links crash the site backend for some reason. It is the only movie that has ever, ever done that.

      I also hope more people post an actual review of the movie! Such long discussions in the movie/show comments are contrary to my “vision” of the site, but I like to keep things as free as possible so am enduring it.

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    • KingKilmonger

      UB that is all I can ask for and I am appreciative, after all there are much bigger problems in the world than movies, and actors. I will cease and desist on this film and if you feel the need to delete my other comments then go for it.

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    • Coyotebleu

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn0hosTSzjM I listened to the original interview….
      and another one… where he explains how this was 40 years ago, and his mindset then.
      All of us have done, things that we regret. The worst was that he asked what color was he.
      I think even the most vocal anti racial advocates, often, have bigotry tucked into dark corners of their
      mind. At least he came forward, it’s not like he was found out.

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    • KingKilmonger

      That is true he did reveal this himself, and it was a long time ago. I am not saying that he should be crucified, after all he committed no crime. I would have felt a bit different if he had said he talked with someone, got some counciling or therapy. I just know him talking asbout how he was raised and his envirnoment, that that plays a big part in all of our pschye and is no that easy to just let go especially when you still have some ties to it, family, friends, etc. People can most definitely change but that kind of viseracl reaction you just can’t power walk away. I don’t know, everyone has to make their own decision, I think I will stick by my on this one.

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    • KingKilmonger

      I do however wonder what the reaction to would be if that had been maybe Will Smith, or Danny Glover, or some well know and well recieved black actor saying how he asked the color of the guy and walked around for a week looking for white bastard to kill. Would people be so forgiving? Would they say, “We know Will Smith is not racist…” “It was so long ago, give him a break.” I want to believe that some one as love as Will Smith might get that consideration but if I am being honest I am very doubtful that would be happen.

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    • Coyotebleu

      I completely agree with you, except for one point… This If Beale street could talk, is listed here. In fact, thanks for the reminder.
      I think I will watch it tonight 🙂

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  • Coyotebleu

    I’m going to watch the original. If I like it, then I will wait for better quality for this. Maybe

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  • bighill4231

    I must have watched a different movie than you all watched. I struggled to make sense of it and and to get through it. Thought it was disjointed and i just really did not like it.

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  • Precious

    That was so funny when he was reading to the kid.

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  • GeminiSaga

    Decent CAM job and an ok movie, have yet to watch the original. I just wonder if Liam Neeson’s whole life is a typecasting…

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  • Precious

    Loving this chill thriller on a cold Saturday afternoon! Never get tired of watching Liam doing what needs to be done. 🙂

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  • thunderbolito

    I want you to know I have special skills and I now play the same roll all the time with those skills so sit down and watch me once again with my special skills milk the cow until she is a rug in my living room………..thank god for streamdreams 🙂

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  • TX2Guns

    The media are nothing but jackals and spin doctors, before you listen to THEIR narrative, make sure you hear Liam Neeson’s FIRST.
    A remake of the Swedish thriller In Order of Disappearance with Stellan Skarsgard, although I like Liam Neeson, I suggest the original.
    https://streamdreams.org/movies/in-order-of-disappearance

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  • sunshinedaydreamz

    There truly is no such thing as bad publicity.

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