Everest 3D

Everest 3D

Everest 3D

Mountaineering thriller, based on the 1996 Mt Everest disaster where eight climbers were caught in a vicious blizzard in the most unforgiving of environments. Jason Clarke (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) is Kiwi mountaineer Rob Hall, Keira Knightley plays his pregnant wife who waits at home in Christchurch for updates, Jake Gyllenhaal is American guide Scott Fischer. Co-stars Emily Watson, Josh Brolin, Martin Henderson, Robin Wright and Sam Worthington.

2015Rating: M, Content may disturb121 minsUSA, UK
AdventureThrillerTrue Story & Biography3DBlockbuster
95%
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Blunt, businesslike and — as it begins its long march through the death zone — something of an achievement.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The craft of this film is astonishing...

4.0
0
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

press

It never makes the crucial leap from the screen into your bones.

3.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

A frustrating movie in many ways... it doesn’t quite deliver the edge-of-your-seat thrills that many were hoping for...

2.0
0
Stuff

Stuff

press

A monumentally spectacular film.

0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A big, brassy '70s-style disaster movie which wears its clichés lightly and packs a hefty emotional punch.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A disaster movie in the old Hollywood sense of the term, but it doesn't feel like one. And that's a good thing.

0

I spent the first half of the film cheering the men (and woman) on up Everest, hoping that what I knew was coming wouldn't eventuate. Unfortunately, history has dictated how this film was to end and for some it was just that. Everest really was a spectacular film, the setting was remarkable, the acting was spot on and the kiwi accents which I think are so...

4.0
0

A riveting well made film...stunning 3d, IMAX.. One of the greats for the year,....

5.0
0

Why, oh why, would you want to do it? Climb Everest, that is, and before I sat down to a film where the outcome is a foregone conclusion, many people have asked me why I attempt to do the things that I do. At the end of the day we all want to feel as though we are alive and that our existence on this earth has not gone unnoticed. Our need to achieve the...

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Blunt, businesslike and — as it begins its long march through the death zone — something of an achievement.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The craft of this film is astonishing...

4.0
0
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

press

It never makes the crucial leap from the screen into your bones.

3.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

A frustrating movie in many ways... it doesn’t quite deliver the edge-of-your-seat thrills that many were hoping for...

2.0
0
Stuff

Stuff

press

A monumentally spectacular film.

0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A big, brassy '70s-style disaster movie which wears its clichés lightly and packs a hefty emotional punch.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A disaster movie in the old Hollywood sense of the term, but it doesn't feel like one. And that's a good thing.

0

I spent the first half of the film cheering the men (and woman) on up Everest, hoping that what I knew was coming wouldn't eventuate. Unfortunately, history has dictated how this film was to end and for some it was just that. Everest really was a spectacular film, the setting was remarkable, the acting was spot on and the kiwi accents which I think are...

4.0
0

A riveting well made film...stunning 3d, IMAX.. One of the greats for the year,....

5.0
0

Why, oh why, would you want to do it? Climb Everest, that is, and before I sat down to a film where the outcome is a foregone conclusion, many people have asked me why I attempt to do the things that I do. At the end of the day we all want to feel as though we are alive and that our existence on this earth has not gone unnoticed. Our need to achieve the...

4.0
0