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Chill Factor

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Hugh Johnson
Produced by James G. Robinson
Written by Drew Gitlin
Mike Cheda
Starring Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Skeet Ulrich
Music by Hans Zimmer
John Powell
Cinematography David Gribble
Editing by Pamela Power
Studio Morgan Creek
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) September 1, 1999
Running time 101 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $34,000,000 (estimated)

Chill Factor is a 1999 action/thriller film, directed by Hugh Johnson and starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Skeet Ulrich. The film centers on two unwitting civilians who are forced to protect a deadly chemical weapon from the hands of terrorists.



Two mismatched men, Arlo (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) an Ice Cream truck driver, and Tim (Skeet Ulrich), a convenience store clerk, are forced to team up, and get on each others nerves, when through a series of circumstances they find themselves in possession of a top-secret bio-warfare weapon. The weapon detonates with enormous force when heated to only 50 °F (10 °C).

They have to outwit a disgruntled former U.S. Army officer who had been unjustly imprisoned as a scapegoat, and his team of alienated former Army soldiers-turned-terrorists. The ex-soldiers want to use the weapon against the government for covering up its existence and making them the scapegoats years earlier for their handling of the weapon.

With time running out, and the outdoor temperature rising, Arlo and Tim must outwit their pursuers and try to find a way to dispose of the weapon before they both become dead.



Most of the film was shot in Liberty, South Carolina and parts of Utah.

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