Jan 25, 2011 · Greg Kinnear as Mickey Prohaska Billy Crudup as Randy Alan Arkin as Gorvy Hauer Lea Thompson as Jo Ann Prohaska John Paul Gamoke as Man at Coffee Shop David Harbour as Bob Egan Jennifer Edwards-Hughes as Sherri (as Jennifer M. Edwards) Scott Crouch as Casino Emcee Peter Moore as Phil Peters Michelle Hutchison as Judy Vandenhoevel
- Jill Sprecher
- Comedy | , Crime | , Drama
Thin Ice (2011 film) Thin Ice (originally released as The Convincer) is a 2011 American comedy-drama film directed by Jill Sprecher and starring Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin and Billy Crudup.  Contents 1 Plot summary 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Re-editing controversy 5 Reception 5.1 Original cut 5.2 Thin Ice 6 Release 7 References 8 External links
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The movie showcased Sonja Henie's skating talents. After winning gold in the 1928, 1932 and 1936 Winter Olympics, Henie became a professional film actress in 1936. The film also features Tyrone Power in the beginnings of his career. Reception. The movie was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Dance Direction for the 'Prince Igor Suite'.
Feb 22, 2012 · Back in Kenosha, he calls on a possible client, a farmer named Gorvy Hauer, played by Alan Arkin as a man wandering in the fog of his own befuddlement. Gorvy needs insurance on his TV so he can call a guy to get it to work; Mickey observes that it's not plugged in, but signs him up anyway for a high-priced package.
Feb 17, 2012 · The cheesehead noir “Thin Ice” presents Greg Kinnear in a role that’s almost too easy for him: He’s a morally flexible Wisconsin insurance salesman for whom honesty is the least-likely ...