Walking Out

Walking Out

Walking Out

A father and son find themselves in trouble in the Montana wilderness in this Sundance Grand Jury Prize-nominated survival drama.

"Fourteen-year-old David (Josh Wiggins, Hellion) reluctantly travels from his comfortable Texas home to rural Montana for his annual visit with his brooding, off-the-grid father, Cal (Matt Bomer, TV's White Collar), who has planned the boy’s first big game hunt. As the pair ascends into the wilderness, Cal tries to connect with David by recounting the story of his own first kill, on his last hunting trip with his now long-dead father. After their trip is disrupted by a chance encounter with a grizzly bear, a wounded Cal realises they must both rely on David's strength and resilience to survive." (Sundance Film Festival)

2017Rating: M, Mature themes and coarse language96 minsUSA
AdventureDramaMysteryThrillerFestival & Independent

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Flicks, Luke Buckmaster

Flicks, Luke Buckmaster

Will every male weepie released in the foreseeable future pale in comparison to The Grey? Director Joe Carnahan’s 2011 survival in the wilderness drama received a positive response from critics and audiences, yet the film's greatness remains largely unrecognised. This is perhaps in part because it was marketed as a Liam Neeson vehicle, released in the thick of a glut of Neeson B movies including Clash of the Titans, Wrath of the Titans and Battleship.

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Variety

Variety

Its unabashedly folky, less-is-more approach proves quietly moving.

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Time Out

Time Out

A father and son are faced with a harrowing test of endurance in this snowy thriller with a burning heart.

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Stuff

Stuff

They produce thrills and chills in equal measure as the terrain and its inhabitants do their best to ensure a less-than-happy ending.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Josh Wiggins makes an excellent and restrained stand-in for moviegoers who, more than likely, will have no idea what they'd do in his shoes.

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