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recommend me a good outdoorsy film

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

  1. Biker

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    Mad Max 2 and Mad Max beyond Thunderdome,.
    Both from the 80's but Mad Max 2 really is the benchmark that all the other films try to go against. great films for petrolheads especially.

    You don't see too much outdoorsy stuff such a shelter building but for a good "What would I do in his shoes" They're REALLY good films.

    Been a fan of them for years, perhaps you can tell?
     
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    Another vote for The Hunter. Tasmania looks beautiful.
     
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    Just watched the Hunter, quite enjoyed it.
     
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    Not a bushy film but I like "Restless natives" - Stunning scenery !

    (Two lads robbing coach tours in Scotland, dressed as a clown and a wolfman)
     
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    Great film & a fantastic sound track!!

    The Big Country fans hounded the owners of the film rights until they finally re-released it on DVD.
     
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    Not sure if its been said, but what about the classic deadly puruit , great outdoors movie,
     
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    Ok. I've seen the trailers and it looks great! But can I get hold of a copy? NO
    Put me out of my misery, please. Where can I get hold of a copy?


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    Mountain Man with Charlton Heston Great film.
     
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    Find the thread that talked about Willem Defoe's rucksack here at BCUK. In the thread somewhere there's a link I posted that will take you to a website that has a copy of the film to watch directly online. Wacthed it myself just a couple of weeks ago, worked fine, depending on the speed of your PC and internet connection. Hope this helps.
     
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    White wolves: A cry in the wild ll......................

    " A two-week trek through the Cascade Mountains tries the survival instincts of five adventurous teenagers. At first, it's all a good time. Shooting the rapids, exploring caves and making new friends. But when an accident occurs, Mother Nature raises the stakes and challenges the hikers to the greatest test of their young lives"


    It's on stagevu should you be interested.
     
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    It's been mentioned before but worth it again, Jeremiah Johnson. As a footnote, start the book; CrowKiller: The Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson by Raymond W. Thorp Jr. and Robert Bunker

    Cheers, Dand
     
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