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Facing death while trudging through a frozen wilderness turns out to be remarkably unexciting in this fact-based drama.
"6 Below" ultimately can't rise above the swelling inspirational score or the flat adaptation by Madison Turner, which mechanically pivots between the mountaintop and flashbacks from LeMarque's dysfunctional past.
6 Below suffers from a charisma deficit.
It will be a miracle if you stay awake.
The elephant in the room with 6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain is that it is a cheaply made, religious anti-drug movie masquerading as a standard Hollywood film.
hat sounds like a stirring story of resilience turns out to be a rather plodding movie, which falls back on clichéd flashbacks to augment Hartnett's solo privations.
Josh Hartnett gives a gritty, impressive performance.
...the camera of the sometimes intrepid Scott Waugh (Need for Speed: The movie) practically never leaves [Josh Hartnett's] side. [Full review in Spanish]
Sincere but flatfooted...survival story. The truth was no doubt uplifting; the cinematic fictionalization turns it into rather a bore.
... lacks tension and credibility.
... would almost be unbelievable if they didn't really happen.
As the title suggests, the outcome isn't in doubt in this lackluster survival drama.
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