Miami family visits Alaska in December as climatic cold cyclones are poised to destroy to Northern Hemisphere with cold waves that are cold enough to freeze and crack marble in Italy but not cold enough to harm people in a refrigerator truck.
This has the basic Asylum style formula of reunite family, save the world etc. Man made climate change is to blame. The film claimed they were in Pemberton, Alaska while it was filmed in Pemberton, British Columbia. Note the spelling of "Health Centre." The characters were bland. Roger, while speaking into a tape recorder claimed it was December 21...the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year and yet it was light out for much of the day while most of the town was snow free with a green park. Now that was not the most unconvincing part. At one point Roger decides to protect himself from the cold blast and digs himself a spot in the snow. That was okay, but when you close up the entrance with snow and light a candle to stay warm....it also burns up your oxygen rather quickly.
I bought this in the US with the title "100 Degrees Below Zero" not to be confused with the superior Asylum film (It pains me to say that.) The frozen stature of liberty, helicopter falling out of the sky, and a man on a rope hanging from a helicopter was not in the film....but if you manage to make it all the way through, there is a helicopter.
Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.