Frequency is a 2000 American science fiction thriller drama film starring Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel.
Directed by Gregory Hoblit and written by Toby Emmerich, it was distributed by New Line Cinema. It co-stars Shawn Doyle, Andre Braugher, Noah Emmerich, and Elizabeth Mitchell.
The plot follows John Sullivan, a homicide detective in New York City who accidentally discovers a cross-time radio frequency on his late father's ham radio, which allows the two to speak to each other across time.
The film was produced by Gregory Hoblit, Hawk Koch, Toby Emmerich, and Bill Carraro and was released on April 28, 2000. It grossed $9 million during its opening weekend and $68.1 million worldwide, against a budget of $31 million. It received positive reviews and has a 70% approval rating based on 125 votes on Rotten Tomatoes.