Alive

Alive

The amazing, true story of a Uruguayan rugby team's plane that crashed in the middle of the Andes mountains, and their immense will to survive and pull through alive, forced to do anything and everything they could to stay alive on meager rations and through the freezing cold.

The movie details the true story of a Uruguayan rugby team who were involved in the crash of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, which crashed into the Andes mountains in 1972. There, the survivors were forced to turn to cannibalism to remain alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tara S (it) wrote: A pretty perfect modern western. Great story, wonderful filming and Ben Foster was robbed of a nom. Watch Jt. No. You'll be glad you did.

Carole T (us) wrote: This film totally shocked me to my core...how could this have truly happened? Everyone must watch this film and show America that they will not stand for their bullying tactics anymore. A truly insightful, inspiring and yet devastating film.

Vampiress Nakamura Miharu (ru) wrote: I liked the ending a lot :)

Melissa D (jp) wrote: Doesn't really explain itself but good for a bit of a scare

Cade H (ca) wrote: This film spins together multiple different genres but never really fully commits to one. That is not a bad thing however, because the movie is enjoyable and Minnie Driver and Cusack together are great. John plays a contract killer who comes back to his hometown to attend his 10 year high school reunion. His girlfriend from high school who he left suddenly after graduation is still there and they reconnect. The whole reconnection thing was a little weird because you never get to see the two really fall back in love, they are already because of high school. It was fun to see the main character have to explain to people what he does for a living and the stereotypes of people at the reunion. There are some action scenes as well which are rather bland but they work and provide that change of pace in the movie that is needed at times. The movie is rather predictable but fun and how can you not like the amazing Minnie Driver. Guys looking for a bit of romance with some comedy and action to watch with their girl, this film will work for you.

Terror A (ca) wrote: An absolutley terrible 80's low-budget horror film that is complete shit on every level. Ughh!

Karsh D (kr) wrote: Harryhausen with his usual high quality fx is the real star of this sinbad film.

George B (ru) wrote: I didn't really care as much for this, all the elegance from the first movie is gone.. The effects are terrible, especially the scene with the house in the flood. I did very much enjoy that the film takes place in New Orleans,though.

(au) wrote: A great movie from political director Ken Loach. Half fiction and half documentary, shows in a discrete manner the situation in Nicaragua in late '80s, through the three heroes, Robert Carlyle as the Scot bus driver, Oyanka Cabezas as Carla the Nicaraguan refugee and Scott Glenn as the x-CIA American activist.All performances are superb. Robert Carlyle who does his debut with this one along with Trainspotting same year, and now considered one of the most promising British actors, shows a great transition from having the power to completely loosing it over the course of their journey to Nicaragua, till he finally changes and accepts it. And all this in a very subtle way.Oyanka Cabezas's performance is also unique even though she is non an actress and this is the only movie she ever played in. She is completely the opposite. She starts as totally helpless, even attempts to commit suicide, to finally become healed, stronger, and stay there to continue the revolution.Scott Glenn's character is the deeper and most complicated one and Glenn handles that extremely well. He is angry to what he has done and he punishes himself. When he meets George, another western person, he targets his anger towards him to realize in the end that he is not the enemy but a friend and to make up with him and maybe with himself.

Panayiotis P (es) wrote: Old school panta teleies taineies :)Apolausi!!!