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recommend me a good outdoorsy film

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

  1. Deano3

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    just watched lonely place to die and its excellent cheers guys, u forget just how remote some parts of scottland are
     
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    THE WILDERNESS FAMILY (1979)...A.K.A. The adventures of the wilderness family.....
     
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    Really good movie I thought, very atmospheric and really showcased, as you said, just how very big this small country can seem.
     
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    I liked A lonely place to die too.....the begining was obviously a Homage to the movie Vertical limit.
    Great use of the stunning scenery, the climbing stunts were incredible & with mostly an unknown cast (for me anyway) adding to the credibility of the whole thing. The second half of the film is more conventional but the characters have watched too many epsodes of
    Man vs. Wild, as they do everything they shouldn't in their situation.:)
     
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    As we're talking dangerous critter outdoorsy movies, anyone mentioned RAZORBACK ?


    There is also DARK AGE
     
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    Nothing to do with buscraft films but as the thread has drifted........
    http://www.fxnetworks.com/shows/originals/ahs/

    Great story, great production, great cast. Has a sort of Stephen King/Twin Peaks feel to it :) This has replaced The Walking Dead as my favourite series of 2011.
     
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    Wow, just watched the snow walker last night and thought it was great. Definately one that will be watched again.
     
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    couple of less known: Apocalypto, Kokoda, Hvezda, Long day┬┤s dying
     
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    I'm watching "The Edge" now. Seen it before but a good film. One of my favs is "wild America" not a bushy film but great wildlife footage.
     
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    Got that on DVD off ebay just this week. It's in the UK now so I'll see it sometime this year when I'm over there next, got a feeling I've seen it before though, having one of those senior moments so can't be sure.
     
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    "Happy people: A year in the taiga"
     
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    The Grey...
     
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    Open Range :) Good film as is any that Annette Bening is in...ding dong. I'm watching 'Take Shelter' again later on, not really bushcraft but the chap does build a shelter. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1675192/
     
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    The Hunter with Willem Dafoe is an enjoyable flick. [Although I dont like the sad ending!]

    Hes a merc hired by a biotech compnay to find the last tasmanian tiger, which has been spotted in the tasmanian wilderness

    As such there's a lot of outdoors alone scenes, with just him and his [mystery ranch?] rucksack.

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    The Hunter looks like an interesting movie.



    The Mountie a sort of western set in the Canandian wilderness, some stunning scenery & a few unusual scenes..

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