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Plot: A high-adrenaline tale of young climber Peter Garrett, who must launch a treacherous and extraordinary rescue effort up K2, the world's second-highest peak. Confronting both his own limitations and the awesome power of nature's uncontrollable elements, Peter risks his life to save his sister,… Runtime: 124 min Release Date: 08 Dec 2000
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Superb Edge Of Your Seat Action-Adventure (by sddavis63)
I was absolutely glued to my seat the whole way through this stunning movie about the rescue of a group of mountain climbers stranded in the Himalayas. This movie features non-stop action which almost exhausts those watching it.I find it strange that I have to say that none of the actors really stood out to me. Chris O'Donnell was ostensibly the "star" of the movie as Peter Garrett, a wildlife photographer for National Geographic who organizes the rescue of the team which included his sister Annie, played by Robin Tunney. Neither O'Donnell nor Tunney exactly captivated me. I <more>
was much more taken by Scott Glenn's performance as Montgomery Wick, the reclusive mountain climber who ends up leading the rescue mission. But this was a good ensemble cast. No one really took over, but everyone held up their end.All sorts of subplots spin around in this. Questions of who should live and who should die when not everyone can make it; issues of greed taking priority over safety and good sense; the complicated brother-sister relationship of Peter and Annie. It all worked well. I'm not usually a great fan of adventure movies, but this is a must see - and even if you end up not liking the story, it's a must see even if only for the spectacular photography.Personally, though, I can't think of anything not to like in this, and I rate it as a 10/10.
Chris O'Donnell stars alongside Robin Tunney and Bill Paxton in Vertical Limit, a brilliant action packed film with loads of great scenes and loads of snow. The whole cast are great, especially Chris who in this film plays Peter Garrett a guy risking his life to save his sister Annie Garrett Robin Tunney. from one of the worlds biggest mountains.-K2. I give Vertical Limit a 10/10.
Great Action Flick. (by johnlucas)
If you like Action movies for their escapism, you will love Vertical Limit. It deserves a 9/10 rating.If you need reality, go elsewhere. It would only be a 2/10 rating. Better yet, go watch a documentary.This movie is no different than the Spielberg formula, from movies like Indiana Jones. However, for those of us that like the formula, this is great entertainment.The writing gets a 5/10 Special Effects - 10 Camera work - 10 Acting - 8 Character development - 6Have some fun, turn off the thinking cap, and watch this action flick.
The year's finest beats 'The Perfect Storm' (by star-30)
'Vertical Limit' is a real surprise and could be a winter smash, a sleeper hit that no-one's expected. It's an up-to-date version of the traditional disaster movies that much more powerful, entertaining and exciting than this summer's 'The Perfect Storm' or any of the year's blockbusters and wannabes.I saw 'VM' at a special screening held by its Hungarian distributor. During the opening credits one of my colleague said: "I bet this one'll fall into the <straight-to-video> territory." Fortunately he wasn't right: the opening <more>
sequence was so intense and energetic that took every present critic breath away. And then everybody catch that breath simultaneously. And that was the way it went till the very end.Mountaineer Robin Tunney and millionaire Bill Paxton are bound to the top of K2, the second highest mountain in the world, and buried alive by an avalanche. While they are fighting for life, Tunney's cliffhanger brother Chris O'Donnell put together a rescue team of volunteers. And the climbing is getting started...Movie screens has lacked mountaineers since 1993's unsurpassable 'Alive' and no-brainer 'Cliffhanger'. So 'VM' is an example of perfect timing. In a survey managed by the Box Office Guru "Which December release are you looking forward the most?" , contenders got cca. 200, while 'Vertical Limit' got more than 2000 ! votes.The engine of the movie is director Martin Campbell's outstanding achievement. Though Robert King's 'Red Corner' and Terry Hayes's 'Dead Calm' screenplay has it tiny flaws e.g. nitro-glycerine , Campbell cuts in time and never misses. He was the only good thing in 'Escape from Absolom/No Escape' and the one who once again infused life into the 'James Bond' series with 'Goldeneye'. Not to mention 'The Mask of Zorro', another surprise blockbuster from 1998.'Vertical Limit' has a typical disaster-movie casting: no stars but recognizable faces. Here are Chris O'Donnell, whom Hollywood has almost buried alive after 'Batman and Robin', Bill Paxton, who plays small roles in big movies, Robin Tunney 'End of Days', 'Supernova' , whose performance could be a breakthrough for her, and last but not least Scott Glenn, whose part would probably be played by Sean Connery if 'VM' were an A-star vehicle.Will 'Vertical Limit' be a winter blockbuster despite lacking for A-listers? Sure it will. Skip the others and get this to take your breath away. 9/10
This is one of the best thriller i've ever watched, superb visual effects, decent acting, a gripping story line, with so many freezing moments, a Must watch. FOR THOSE WHO HAS WRITTEN NEGATIVE REVIEWS: God bless you guyz, if it is not realistic its entertaining, You guyz watch movie for entertainment or want to make sense in every scene, you open your physics law book and start debating whether or not it's possible. Simply Enjoy the movie!!!
Excellent nail biting chiller (by UniqueParticle)
A little melodramatic, but definitely a fun suspense of continuous accidents & a great blockbuster filled cast! The sound and effects is ridiculously on point - I'm surprised it didn't win a major award in the early 2000's! Just nice entertainment the only thing I'd really judge is how far-fetched some of it is, otherwise quite good!
Exciting and well-made action adventure film. (by ags123)
I'm surprised by all the hostility shown toward this movie on IMDb. Had I read the reviews here, I would have skipped this well-made and entertaining film. For one thing, it was a pleasure to see an action movie that didn't involve guns and shooting - enough of that nonsense. Instead, this film is full of spectacular scenery, good looking actors and actresses, and some unexpected insights into issues of morality, judgment and sacrifice. As far as the accuracy about details of climbing, I couldn't care less. This is not a how-to movie. And as for the wisdom of transporting <more>
nitroglycerin across dangerous terrain, check out Henri-Georges Clouzot's masterpiece, "The Wages of Fear" or its excellent remake by William Friedkin, "Sorcerer." Neither one of these great films was hampered by such a questionable premise. I highly recommend "Vertical Limit" for exciting escapism.
Vertical Limit - an adrenalin rush for some (by muskrat-5)
I know the experts have said how terrible this film was in regards to realism, but since I'm not a climber, I'm rating it on excitement level. Vertical Limit is certainly an exciting film. I caught myself forgetting to breathe at many points throughout the film. It starts in the past, somewhere in the United States' Southwest. Here we see a father and his son and daughter climbing a vertical rock. An accident takes the life of the father and sets us up for the events that take place years later in the main part of the film. Unless you are a climber and insist on an accurate <more>
depiction of the sport, I recommend this film for pure adrenalin rush.Also, the scenery is absolutely some of the most beautiful in the world. It ALMOST makes me want to go climb a mountain not really quite though .Fans of Alexander Siddig previously known as Siddig El Fadil will want to watch this movie whether they are interested in climbing or not. He plays Pakistani crew-member Kareem, and yes, this film is set in Pakistan as they are supposedly climbing K2 in the Himalayas, but most of the movie is actually filmed in New Zealand. Only a few sequences were actually filmed in Pakistan for "backgrounds" .
I enjoyed Vertical Limit. One thing I would have done differently, as a director, is to eliminate the explosives. Blowing a hole at the top of the crevass that your friends and family are at the bottom of is folly, and even if you do feel the need to bring explosives in avalanche country , use something relatively stable, like dynamite.Dynamite would have been readily available, for it is used to mine Himalayan salt in Pakistan. Certainly, the man with the millions of dollars could have afforded some. The exclusion of explosives from the scenes would have contributed to a more believable <more>
Himalayan adventure think Into Thin Air .The story line was good, and I appreciated the strong, complex dynamics and connections between the brother and sister, and between the two siblings and the rescue team leader. While Vertical Limit strove to expose the harsh realities of technical climbing especially at K2 , however, it lost some steam by being very lax in re-creating the conditions that would have been met by the climbers, even at K2's Base Camp at 18,645 feet.No one was even wearing hats at the alcohol-ridden "barbecue" at Base Camp, the night before the climb. It would have been blisteringly cold, between -20 and -50 farenheit. No professional climber would have been drinking alcohol at that time.On the mountain, in the raging storm, the climbers did not even have the sense to pull the Cord-Locs on their hoods tight: Snow would have accumulated inside their hoods and parkas, then melting. There were some scenes when protective face masks were used, and that was excellent.Chris O'Donnell's character makes a terrific leap onto a snowy cliff face. I am not entirely certain that the jump would have been possible in real-life, but just maybe. They should have made the jump less-ambitious and more believeable. Although I am glad that there were not one but two women in the rescue team, in reality, they would have not been allowed: Women just don't have the brute force necessary to haul 200-pound guys down the mountain or up on a rope .While I am tempted to say that it is unrealistic that the veteran and renowned ascent team leader and National Geographic photographer also a highly-experienced climber could be cajoled into continuing the ascent after the severe storm warning had been issued to them, we have seen bad decisions in the past by real-life alpine team leaders,culminating to disaster.Although it may seem that I am being very critical of Vertical Limit, my score of 8 shows that I am willing to forgive the sins that Hollywood felt compelled to commit. The strong inter-personal dynamics, memorable characters, strong story line in-general, and clear, bold decision making in the screenplay made this film worth watching. Heroism is always a welcome theme in the movies I watch, and in Vertical Limit, everyone's a hero in his or her own way.Scott Glen's character as the rescue team leader and sage mountaineer was superb.