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(1266) 5.5 106 min 2018

The Mountain is a movie starring Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, and Hannah Gross. The story of a young man who, after losing his mother, goes to work with a doctor specializing in lobotomies and therapies.

Starring
Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, Hannah Gross, Denis Lavant
Genres
Drama
Director
Rick Alverson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Rick Alverson
Writer Dustin Guy Defa, Zia Anger, Colm O'Leary, Rick Alverson
Stars Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, Hannah Gross, Denis Lavant
Country USA
Also Known As Το Βουνό, The Mountain: une odysée américaine, Góra, La montaña, Planina
Runtime 1H 46M
Description The story of a young man who, after losing his mother, goes to work with a doctor specializing in lobotomies and therapies.

Top reviews

Friday, 25 Sep 2020 11:37

When I first saw the trailer for this film I was excited to see it. Now that I've seen it I'm not as excited as I was. The film starts out strong with the family traveling to Nepal to visit a mountain. They visit the local sherpa and he gives them a tour. It's not bad for a tourist film, but it's just nothing special. There is a sense of doubt in the film. When they leave the village, we know they are gone, but what will happen to them? This is a good question, because this is the heart of the film. The film ends with a cliffhanger, and you will be wondering what happens next. I was also confused as to why the Sherpa guides would have a drink when they are on the edge of a cliff. He clearly doesn't need it. I understand that the film was a labor of love for the director, but there was a lack of character development for the characters. The father seems more interested in his career and what's happening to him than the wife. The Sherpa guide seems more interested in himself than the guides and his family. The father seemed more interested in the family than the guides. I also think that the cinematography was not the greatest. I could not tell if the cinematography was meant to portray nature or characters. Some of the shots seemed unreal and I couldn't tell if they were portraying the natural surroundings or the characters. The highlight of the film was the storytelling. It was really good. The father and his wife's relationship was really well done and made the film more real. When I was watching the film, I felt that the character of the father and the wife had very little screen time. In the beginning of the film they seem so important and then they seemed to vanish for a little bit. When they are back we don't really know why they are gone. They are almost not in the film, but when they are there we don't know if they are there because they are important to the story or because they are a minor character. The ending is also a bit of a letdown. It was all so simple. I don't want to spoil it for you but it felt very predictable. It didn't really explain why the father and the wife were gone. It seemed like the story would just keep on going and the story would just keep on going. The film was overall good, but it needed to be better. I really enjoyed the cinematography, but it could have been a lot better. I give this film an A.
Friday, 04 Sep 2020 03:49

The Mountain has been one of my favorite films since I first saw it in 2001. So naturally I wanted to see the sequel. With a sequel, you don't want to come off as being too critical. So I gave The Mountain a chance. A bad idea. The Mountain is a good movie, and not all bad movies are bad sequels. There are things about this film that I really like. The story is actually a pretty good one. It has a good story, but it has some flaws. The acting is actually pretty good for a first time film. Chris Pratt is actually good in this movie. I liked that he showed a little bit of a softer side of himself. I liked that he was a little more sympathetic. I also liked that he didn't have to do anything that would make you hate him. Jason Clarke does a pretty good job. I thought that he was pretty good in this movie, although he could've done a better job. The Mountain also has some good action. I thought that the fight scenes were actually pretty good. They were pretty bloody and they were very well choreographed. There was a lot of blood and gore. I also liked the fight scenes in the film. It was very well done and looked pretty good. Also, I thought that the fight scenes were actually a lot better in this film than they were in the previous film. I thought that they were more choreographed and looked more realistic. The Mountain is a great movie. It is a good movie. It is not the greatest movie ever made, but it is definitely a good movie. The Mountain is a good movie. It is a great movie. It is not a great movie, but it is definitely a good movie. 7/10
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 09:15

I watched this film with my mother and I have to say she was totally wrong on this film. I can't believe anyone could actually like this movie. I think this movie is a cop out, no. It's a family drama with a twist and a terrible ending. I think they wanted to have this take place in the 80's but it would have been a lot better if they made it in the 40's or 50's. They try to take a look at people who were famous and not famous in the 50's. For example, Reese Witherspoon, who I usually don't like in movies because I hate her character in "Super 8" but she did a great job in this film. A lot of times when you watch a movie, you're like, "I wish I had more of that, this, that, etc.". This movie has the only negative thing about it. I just couldn't understand how they couldn't bring back Freddie Prinze Jr. to this movie. He did an excellent job in this film, but to have a police officer do an excellent job is like having a religious woman or a nun do an excellent job. The only thing that they did wrong was not getting Freddie Prinze Jr. back. I don't know what else to say about this film but I really enjoyed this movie, although I probably would have enjoyed it even more if I hadn't been watching it with my mother. I guess my point is, if you really like movies, or you just like to see how different people act and how they think, then this movie is for you. This is definitely not for anyone else. I've never seen a movie like this one before, so I don't really know if it's good or bad or what. All I know is that this movie is one that I would recommend to people. 7/10
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 08:17

Risking a faint air-plane by entering its stratosphere and missing the shuttle landing at Mt. Everest, a team of an International team of climbers descend to the glacier to film a new documentary on the mountain. Led by the charismatic, revolutionary, energetic, and strong-willed and famous, but fragile, Chris Hadfield (Aphrodite, Apollo 13) , the team is followed by cameraman Dr. Chris Hadfield (Kurt Russell) as they try to accomplish their goal of filming the film by the next morning. But the project is jeopardized when the team members are unable to climb the mountain due to the adverse weather and snowfall. To add to the confusion, Chris is sent down to inform them about the upcoming summit, and his actions provide the momentum for the movie's events. However, the series of events that unfold in the film, both of the team members' and the film's, have a dramatic effect on the film's plot. Despite its satirical nature, 'The Mountain' possesses a substantial amount of intensity, and the final climactic climactic scene is perhaps the most dramatic scene in the film. Of course, the film is not for everyone, but the unique and excellent story makes this film an unusual one. This is one of those films that may cause one to pause and think about the importance of one's life and the value of personal independence and independence of one's self. Also, the movie may cause one to think about the end of the world and the importance of one's actions. The reason for the ending may cause one to re-evaluate one's life and one's actions.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 03:34

An interesting take on the story of a single mother who takes care of her disabled son. The other players in this drama are kind of peripheral, but add to the story of a mother who does not want to leave the comforts of her home, and struggles with her son's disability. The father has a hard time accepting the fact that his daughter is not a strong person. However, the mother keeps pushing him to learn, to recognize and support his son, and finally, he accepts that his daughter is a person and to take care of her. The mother is great at picking her son's nose, making him smile, and placing his hand over her mouth. The father is also good at paying attention to his son's developmental issues and struggles, and finally understands that the relationship he has with his daughter is real and necessary. The father takes the lead in this drama, but he is only a voice in the back of the child's head. There is no doubt that the father loves his daughter, and he is able to fully recognize the things in his life that are important to him, but he does not know that his daughter is capable of many more. The mother is good at learning, but she is not able to put her efforts into her son's development, which she is not able to do with her son. She does not understand that her son is different, that the world is not a perfect place, and that things do not always go as planned. It is difficult to watch this drama, because it is too much of a departure from your everyday life. I would recommend this movie to people who like to watch a drama with a woman as the main character, and have a little girl as a hero.


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