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September 22, 2011
Best Survival Movie Trailer Ever?
So who else wants to see Liam Neeson fight wolves with broken bottles clutched in his fists strapped to his knuckles?
What would you use to defend yourself in a situation like this?
They've got fire, bits of metal from the plane sized from tiny knoves to reasonable blades. Something like a machete with a cloth wrapped handle could be had, maybe. Who'd leave the crash site and the fire I wonder?
The Broken bottle thing seems kind of cheezy, But otherwise, that looks like a pretty decent movie.
Whatever I could grab for the wolf who caught my attention. In addition I'd hope that the rest of the pack would be hesitant to hamstring a guy who just defecated in his pants.
I sure the entertainment factor on this flick is through the roof. However, a plane crash that big would have SAR out looking in a matter of hours, found in a couple of days. If it was me on that plane...my luck I'd probably have nothing but plastic bottles, and peanuts.
Just feed the wolves the airplane food. They'd be so disgusted they'd leave.
Already buying my ticket, Got to be better than "The Edge"
Yeah...don't know about the broken bottles strapped to fists, but I am definitely going to see that movie.
That looks pretty good, but pretty much all of Liam Neeson's are good. Taken was very well done, and I hope the same will be true for this, I'm looking forward to it.
Looks like a good flick. I like Liam Neeson because while he is tall, he's not all steroided-up looking like most "hollywood tough-guys". That "everyday guy" look along with an ACTUAL ability to act (a rarity for action heroes) is why I rarely miss his movies He plays a great "bad-a#$", without looking like a WWF wrestler.
jbird that's a nice fish pic, but it ain't got 'nuthin on mine! ;-)
ANY MOVIE with Liam Neeson is worth seeing.
I agree. Taken is one of my favorite movies of all time.
Quick check the luggage for guns ! Maybe someone had one they checked in.
Why not make a staff or spear to throw at them. Even throwing rocks would likely get rid of them.
Taken and Rob Roy, two of the best!
Gee, having to fight off a savage creature intent on killing you with only a broken beer bottle.
That sounds just like the last time I pissed my girlfriend off.
I usually like Neeson, but this one looks like one more BS tale about wolves. Wolf attacks are even rarer than honest politicians.
I'd stay with the plane. Use the fuselage for shelter. Use pieces of the wreckage to keep a good fire going and to make a weapon of some sort. Plenty of snow, so water shouldn't be a problem. Kill that wolf, too- Then i'd eat him...because he would do the same to me. Then sit & wait for the search party.
Prolly wouldn't make for a really good movie, but that's what i would to to survive.
Sticks and Rocks....it worked pretty well for man for ten's of thousands of years...with a little time, combine the two and have a nice spear and club......
Eating snow for water will lower your core temp to low and you'll die without fire, so melt snow and slightly warm water before drinking....wolves will attack in packs, fast and furious, they can bring down beast much worse than man, a weapon will help for a while. A hungry wolf pack will prevail unless rescued soon. Barracade yourself inside shelter with food and fire and wait for rescue. Man is no match for a pack of wolves... Not even Arnold Wolfsnslinger
...GOOD TRAILER..LOOKS REAL FINE...I WOOD STAY W/THE PLANE AND HAVE MY SURVIVAL RUCK W/ME 4 SITUATIONS JUST LIKE THAT ONE...NEVER GO ANYWHERE W/OUT IT....WILL DEFF WATCH THE FLICK AND LEARN SOME TIPS....
I went and saw the movie and was so disappointed. It really had no survival skills, guess I was just looking for something more then was there. The basis of the movie was way off too. I left the theater feeling really ripped off by the producers.
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