Thursday, 17 September 2015

Everest review by ANIZ FILMVALA


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Directed by Baltasar Kormákur

Cast : Jason Clarke,Josh Brolin,Michael Kelly,John Hawkes,Robin Wright,Emily Watson,Keira Knightley,Sam Worthington and Jake Gyllenhaal

Icelandic actor and film director Baltasar Kormákur brings a movie which is shot on a impossible location and also a well crafted, Mount Everest was not so intriguing before as after watching ‘Everest’ I was in doldrums whether to love or lament those picturesque location and the beautiful mountains, their shapes and yes the white snow which is every person dream to go and experience once in a life time.

The fact is when you are on a mission to reach the high point of this massive structures created by the nature can be as lethal form of devastation which one can’t handle it so easily. Nevertheless the film showcases actual atmosphere and will make you feel the vertical limits with outstanding camera work, one experience the Director doesn’t want to share was the courageous win to reach the pinnacle is shown hurriedly with no cinematic luxury to give the audience a novel experience of the exciting activity involved in how one goes into and also the horrifying task to reach the highest [28,000 ft] piece of the space on Earth.

Make your visual experience of watching the Mount Everest more fruitful in IMAX 3D, at least that will spare to focus on the error of presenting the true incidents which the Expedition team must have gone through.

The film is based on the real events of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, and focuses on the survival attempts of two expedition groups, one led by Scott Fischer (Gyllenhaal) and the other by Rob Hall (Clarke). 

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