A plane crashes in the Alaskan wilds, and passengers struggle to survive through the cold and wolves.
Definitely not bad.
- He does it for the money. The same as every man.
- 2:30 -- That is not Alaska, there are women in this scene.
- 4:00 -- .. a matter of time? Until when? What?
- 7:15 -- While in the middle of one scene, flashing back to something else, all the while narrating from somewhere else.. is .. just so confusing.
- 15:30 -- Wasn't he double-strapped to two chairs?
- 26:00 -- Nobody, nobody would do that. Just nobody. Especially him. What in the fucking fuck, man.
- 29:45 -- Why is he focusing on food? They don't need that for at least a couple of days, even if they're fairly physical.
- 33:00 -- Their eyes suddenly appearing is odd, as though they were walking up with their eyes closed and then opened them.
- 33:30 -- I can't imagine why he'd doze off.
- 35:00 -- The battery in that thing would be good enough to start a fire.
- 35:45 -- And this is why I'd have people keeping watch in pairs, or threes.
- 45:00 -- My immediate thought at the mention of the treeline was that it would be the logical place for the wolves to have a den.
45:30 -- Just why in the fuck wouldn't any of them be at least remotely-armed?
- 46:00 -- What was he expecting to do if he caught up?
- 53:00 -- They all have knives?
- 53:30 -- Men set up a hierarchy to deal with this bullshit squabbling.
- 53:45 -- "Jerry-rigged" = Jury rigging
- Alpha (ethology) (re. omega)
- 55:15 -- Alpha challenge. Case in point.
- 1:05:00 -- Yeah, ordained.. by the same fairy that rigged the plane crash?
- 1:07:00 -- Hypoxia (Altitude sickness, High-altitude cerebral edema)
- 1:09:00 -- "The clap" = Gonorrhea
Once more into the fray...
into the last good fight I'll ever know.
Live and die on this day...
Live and die on this day...
.. yeah, it's only three lines. The picture, though fuzzy, shows the last two lines as being similar enough for me to consider them the same.
- 1:49:00 -- It's finally revealed up close, and I can correct what I transcribed from narration.
- 1:17:15 -- I'm tempted to do the math on a 190 lb man jumping 30 feet and being .. "slowed" by the other men.
- 1:19:15 -- Fear of heights = Acrophobia
- 1:19:30 -- Wolves.
- 1:20:00 -- The rope breaks and he swings over, leaving the other guy stranded.
- 1:20:45 -- Cutting his end and swinging across looks like a good idea now.
- 1:24:30 -- That's a different pack. These ones are feeding.
- 1:25:00 -- Why isn't he using another man as a crutch?
- 1:35:45 -- How come we couldn't hear the water now that they're next to it?
- 1:26:00 -- Why aren't they armed, somehow?
- 1:36:30 -- Oh, Pete, you can't outrun wolves. You had your scene and now your usefulness is over.
- 1:37:15 -- Where'd the wolves go?
- 1:40:30 -- Helicopter?
1:41:30 -- Hypothermia
- How is he not dead? How did he dry off? How did he warm up? Why isn't he following the river? Was the pack waterproof?
1:49:00 -- It's finally revealed up close, and I can correct what I transcribed from narration.