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Outdoor action thriller entertains from beginning to end. Melissa George is terrific and believable in lead role as athletic mountain climber.
Earthy, human and imaginative.
Awful. Started off good, ended the worst movie ever. I didn't care about the little girl, I didn't know why she was trapped, they probably explained it but I didn't care about the dialog. Ridiculous
This is a comedy,isn't it ? Never seen highland games like these before.
Thrilling, smart, well written and photography that has no peer. Melissa George is amazing as well as all around her in this under rated film.
Not much sense to this suspense thriller.
Gorgeous scenery, but the story never truly gets going.
This is a pretty good flick. A thrilling descent from white-capped heavenly mountains to fiery, dark, and hellish streets. Pulling a girl from a hole in the forest mid-way between mountain and street is a workable plot, and the movie carries it consistently and without boredom as the characters attempt to protect the girl once they find her. This isn't entirely original, but the performances are fair and involved, tensions are high, the environment is thematically immersive, and the pacing is consistent.
idk why but this was really emotional??? like the actual action part wasn't that interesting to me, but i was vehemently rooting for all the good people the whole time. plus most of the acting was really good, honestly.
A cut above most low budget movies. A Lonely Place to Die starts mellow and ends in a nail bitting fashion. It will certainly keep you on the edge of your seat.