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recommend me a good outdoorsy film

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by Everything Mac, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Everything Mac

    Everything Mac Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    I feel like watching an outdoorsy film.
    not long watched Seraphim Falls and Jeremiah Johnson so any other ideas?
     
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    "Into the Wild" Is a little bushy
    "Alone in the Wilderness" Not really a feature film but a great inspiration
     
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    The Edge, The Last of the Mohicans, Grizzly Adams!
     
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    into the wild.....






    ah....already mentioned....
     
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    The Edge with Sir Anthony Hopkins, Elle McPherson and Alec Baldwin...
     
  6. Everything Mac

    Everything Mac Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    "Into the Wild" is a sad film.

    I really enjoy "Alone in the Wilderness" - a very awe inspiring bit of film.

    I haven't seen "the edge" looks like I shall be on the look out for that then :D
     
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    Good enough to mention twice though Cap'n!
     
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    the edge is a great bushcraft movie.
     
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    Haven't seen The Edge, will put it on the Tescos / Love film Dvd list.
    Agreed Into the wild is really sad.
     
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    not that sad though.

    :D :D :D :D :D
     
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    Everything Mac Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    ending spoiling comment removed.

    it is a good film though.

    Seraphim Falls is worth seeing if you chaps haven't already.


    Andy
     
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    'The Missing' and 'The Hunted' both are great films with Tommy Lee Jones
     
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    The Road is a good watch, a bit dark but worth a look.

    Behind Enemy Lines is a good E&E film, very loosely based on the exploits of US pilot Scott O'Grady who was shot down over Bosnia.
     
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    How could I forget Northwest Passage? Robert Rogers and his oppos kicking serious butt! I is an excellent film!
     
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    You ruined the ending now. lol.

    Into the wilds a great film, great soundtrack too. But made the mrs cry.
     
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    It's not very outdoorsy but none the less a great film and I'm sure anyone would enjoy it,
    The Hurt Locker
     
  18. Everything Mac

    Everything Mac Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    oh bugger didn't think of that - I will edit my post - would you be kind enough to do the same.



    Slammer- seen it - it is awesome!


    Rik - some one didn't read the op :p - I have that film on DVD - used to watch it every day when I was about 5. :D

    cheers guys.

    Andy
     
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    Yes, just in case you haven't seen Into the Wild, he becomes a lion tamer and lives a long, fruitful and happy life with a mouse as a pet.
     
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    Everything Mac Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    seen them both - The Road was incredibly depressing I thought.
     

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