Vertical Limit Reviews

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July 14, 2007
December 6, 2005
August 27, 2004
The air is thin in Vertical Limit, and so is the plot.
December 30, 2003
If you ever have the choice of being trapped, halfway up a mountain, or of watching this movie, than I advise you to don that parka and long underwear.
May 20, 2003
April 25, 2003
March 7, 2003
December 8, 2002
October 30, 2001
October 10, 2001
If you've seen the trailer, you've seen the better version.
April 1, 2001
Climbing Mt. Everest or K2 is a rare accomplishment; so is keeping a straight face through "Vertical Limit."
February 13, 2001
It looks great, but a weak script, lacklustre acting and silly relationships drag it down.
February 7, 2001
The film itself is so riddled with cliches, stereotypes and improbabilities that word of mouth is sure to limit the movie's prospects.
February 7, 2001
Falla debido a la gran cantidad de clichs que utiliza
February 7, 2001
February 7, 2001
The dregs of early December are upon us, and Martin Campbell's excruciating rescue effort up the world's second highest peak has tripped and fallen.
February 7, 2001
to summit up, If you're not in the mood for compelling drama and just want to enjoy a bumpy ride - take yourself to the "Vertical Limit."
December 11, 2000
If you're looking solely for visual thrills, go for a real IMAX film, not an ersatz substitute.
December 8, 2000
People die in interesting ways. Audience cheers each time. At some critical point, any sense of tension dissipates and the whole exercise becomes a giddy death countdown.
December 8, 2000
While some of the thrills are far-fetched, they continue nonstop, avalanche-style. Adrenaline junkies will get their fix -- to the Limit -- others should explore different areas of the cineplex.
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