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Arctic Steelbook [Bluray] £10.95 Prime / £13.94 Non Prime at Amazon
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LIMITED RUN. Full of shock turns, moments of horrific injury, polar bear action and tense emotional scenes, Arctic will keep your hands clenched to your chair until its brilliant, breathless conclusion. Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal, Doctor Strange) gives a tour de force performance as a pilot whose plane has crashed in a remote corner of the Arctic. Stranded in the wilderness he uses his ingenuity to survive. When about to receive his long-awaited rescue, an explosive accident means his opportunity is lost and the dire situation further complicated. The tragic turn of events, involving another crash survivor forces the pilot to make a perilous choice between the relative safety of his camp and a deadly trek into the unknown.
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Been watching this for a while. It's dropped so I bit
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Watched this yesterday, very disappointing ending!
Honestly not worth 99p
On prime/ or Netflix I watched it
virgil4712/01/2020 17:11

Watched this yesterday, very disappointing ending!


How would you have preferred it to end?
Hmm...
not the best ending I have to agree!
crumpetman12/01/2020 18:20

How would you have preferred it to end?


Not entirely certain, the ending they've come up with seems as though they thought ... "We'll end it like this and then if enough people rave about it then we'll make a sequel" ...
"Full of shock turns, moments of horrific injury, polar bear action and tense emotional scenes, Arctic will keep your hands clenched to your chair until its brilliant, breathless conclusion."


Ha, ha... they're trying very hard to make us buy it. In truth it's a standard survival film. Neither good or bad. Much preferred him in the semi-survival film Valhalla Rising. And for actual survival films, The Revenant, Gravity and All Is Lost are better.
Good movie, enjoyed it with kids as I could provided them some additional narrative as whole movie is nearly without any dialogue, similar to All Is Lost. Both on Netflix.
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