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Without doubt one of the finest survivalist films ever made, and certainly makes a mockery of the appalling remake some 40 odd years later!
Possibly 20 odd minutes overlong, and you do have to overlook some of the unrealistic expectations made from the plot - not least rebuilding a plane from existing materials etc.
But the great thing about this film is how very character-driven it is. Stewart, Attenborough and Kruger excel, with good support from Finch, Bannen and Borgnine.
Timeless, and sheer genius. L&H at their very - incompetent - best!
Took a couple of viewings to fully understand what was going on. Quite enjoyable albeit for the rather silly 3rd act. Nice sfx and a good score.
A film that needs/deserves to be seen at least twice. The plot is not all that complex, but the visuals will take your breath away first time round. So much so you will lose the plot thread and subtle sub plots.
A character driven movie by all accounts, which again can be overlooked first time round. But it all starts to make sense on the second trip.
Could there be a BR-3? Well there is certainly enough strands from 2049 to suggest so; but I rather think any budding studio will back off on the idea given the poor returns at the BO.
Disgusting, depraved, puerile, sexist, seedy, crude, appalling, sick - all adds up for a delightful and extremely funny film!