Trapped near the summit of K2, the world's second-highest mountain, Annie Garrett radios to base camp for help. Brother Peter hears Annie's message and assembles a team to save her and her group before they succumb to K2's unforgiving elements. But, as Annie lays injured in an icy cavern, the rescuers face several terrifying events that could end the rescue attempt -- and their lives.
- Stars:Chris O'Donnell, Robin Tunney, Stuart Wilson, Augie Davis, Temuera Morrison, Roshan Seth, Alejandro Valdes-Rochin, Nicholas Lea, Rod Brown, Scott Glenn, Steve Le Marquand, Ben Mendelsohn, Izabella Scorupco, Bill Paxton, Ed Viesturs,
- Country:USA, Germany
- Director:Martin Campbell,
- Writer:Robert King (story), Robert King (screenplay), Terry Hayes (screenplay)
A climber must rescue his sister on top of K2, one of the world's biggest mountains. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vertical Limit torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Back in 2005 this was called 'Reeker.' I can understand why you would steal ideas from great films, but I never understood why you would steal ideas from bad ones. This makes 'Reeker' look like art.
(kr) wrote: Good cast, interesting plot.
(kr) wrote: Funny, Histerical and with a good cast.
(ca) wrote: Ray Allen's jump shot? A 10. Ray Allen's acting? A 4. Like okay bro you're good at basketball.
(kr) wrote: no es raro que despus de ver esta peli de miedo ligar. tienes sus cosas entretenidas pero no es la gran cosa
(ru) wrote: I Want to see this movie until the end
(jp) wrote: Full disclosure not a Laurie Anderson fan, life is too short to spend it watching something so depressing, her description of children in burn wards was especially horrifying.
(kr) wrote: A great ww2 spy-mission team-up that includes George 'Hannibal Smith' Peppard. The team must parachute into Germany and destroy the facilities and plans to build the V2 rocket. The action and acting are superb, along with the pacing. Better than expected amongst the schools of old ww2 action dramas!
(kr) wrote: This has to be one of the more, I think, underrated films of the past couple of years. The film is a prison drama centered around a parole officer nearing retirement who gets locked into a psychological duel with a convicted arsonist and the man's alluring wife-both of whom will do what it takes to convince the officer to help make early release possible.The film is all about control, manipulation, psychological games, and the motifs of religious belief, guilt, and temptation. Much of it is quite well done, but the rest is a little iffy, and could have been handled better, particularly how the narrative is executed. I do like the performances though, because those are definitely the highlight. Robert De Niro and Edward Norton reteam for the first time since The Score, and they are very impressive to watch, mostly because they are both acting somewhat against type. The really impressive person here though, is Milla Jovovich. She gives a very compelling and convincing performance without ever getting to over the top. It's a real treat to see her in action.Give this one a chance. It's flawed, but decent and compelling enough to warrant a viewing.
(jp) wrote: The kind of wholesome production made in those days but with a fabulous constellation of stars to make it an unforgettable Hollywood classic - especially Joan Crawford and Lionel Barrymore, who are so great that they even manage to outshine the rest of the cast.
(au) wrote: good soundtrack and movie