Stranded: I've Come from a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains
One of the most astonishing and inspiring survival tales of all time. On October 13, 1972, a young rugby team from Montevideo, Uruguay, boarded a plane for a match in Chile—and then vanished into thin air. Two days before Christmas, 16 of the 45 passengers miraculously resurfaced. They had managed to survive for 72 days after their plane crashed on a remote Andean glacier. Thirty-five years later, the survivors returned to the crash site—known as the Valley of Tears—to recount their harrowing story of defiant endurance and indestructible friendship.
Stranded: I've Come from a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains torrent reviews
Tim C (jp) wrote: Very French, in pace and subtle acting. Realistically romantic.
Michael V (mx) wrote: "An intriguing plot involving Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lynn Collins characters on flipping a coin at The Brooklyn Bridge and deciding what their future holds by taking two different paths: one is green: where they spend the whole day with Kate's (Collins) family on the 4th of July where everything is quiet & nice. The other is yellow: where Bobby (Gordon-Levitt) picks up a stranger's cell phone in a Taxi with Kate and gets into trouble & chased with a bunch of madmen in Manahattan.""Gordon-Levitt & Collins gives solid performances (not their best though). Olivia Thirlby (Juno, The Wackness, The Darkest Hour) has a small but good role as Kate's sister. The movie is interesting but it's slow, has pacing issues and you can get bored with it. While I liked the idea, I personally thought they could have stayed with the green path with Kate's family. The movie was much more interesting and just better with that story. That being said, Uncertainty is a interesting flick with solid performances from Gordon-Levitt & Collins but could have been better."
Richard H (jp) wrote: I am always fascinated by these fly-on-the-wall styled mumblecore films. This one's pretty good, and like pretty much all of those films, nothing really happens. At just under 80 minutes it's very short, which is good, because any longer and it would be pushing it. This one really reminded me of Medicine for Melancholy, except in New York instead of San Franciso.
Michael T (mx) wrote: Timely subject matter is played too low-key for its own good.
Lee B (us) wrote: I am a big Tsui Hark fan. And the wire work of Yuen Wo-ping is amazing. That said, I really wanted to see this remake, or reinvention or whatever it is. But I was greatly disappointed. It?s not even the valiant effort in the effects department. It?s just that it was a whole lot of stuff that was trying to be said and it was just a jumbled mess. You couldn?t get too into the action or the story. There were a couple of good scenes in the last act, but too late. This must have been a pet project for Tsui Hark because it just didn?t seem like anything special to me.
Johnny D (nl) wrote: Although the film gets somewhat carried away with itself, Natali brainwashes the audience in much the same way we see the lead character being brainwashed. Enveloped in Morgan Sullivan's life we get carried away until the final scene where the plot's veil is lifted.
MarcAlexander T (ru) wrote: I rarely give a comedy more than 4 stars, but this romantic romp about two gay men hooked up by their respective best friends really blew me over. I think what did it for me (as other reviewers have expressed) is that the movie doesn't beat you over the head with its gay theme. The characters (wonderfully and believably played by Dan Bucatinsky and Richard Ruccolo) are likable modern men with a few quirks and insecurities just like everybody else - theirs just seem to prevent them from ever actually hooking up with each other, which nearly drives ther friends over the edge (hilarious! Expertly played by Adam Goldberg and Sasha Alexander) and sets the stage for more than one catty rejoinder and some seriously heartfelt Herzschmerz. Some fabulous writing performed very well by some top actors. Loved it.
Jason K (ag) wrote: My Dad Hates this movie so Much
Frank G (de) wrote: Robert Downey Jr. is the Iron Man.
Semmi A (kr) wrote: Hall Pass is funny shit so far
Tim M (nl) wrote: The Australian 'Last Cab to Darwin' is living proof that great movies can fly well under the radar of mainstream moviegoers. Michael Caton plays Rex, who has terminal stomach cancer. He's joined on his journey of death by Emma Hamilton a nurse, turned barmaid, and Mark Coles Smith, a down on his luck athlete. The trio have a fantastic chemistry, but one thing is missing the love of his life, Polly played by Ningali Lawford. This one kind of sneaks up on you. If you saw Caton in 'Castle' you might expect a comedy, but despite plenty of laughs, 'Last Cab to Darwin' will make you cry plenty. I learned a bit about Aussie life also. Who knew there was as much racism there. This is one taxi ride you'll enjoy and won't have to pay for! Final Score: 9.5/10