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127 Hours (2010)

Imagine for a moment that 127 Hours (2010) wasn’t based on a real life story and that it was a wholly fictional narrative. Imagine how a pitch of the movie would have sounded. 1,157 more words


127 Hours (2010) - Viewed 21/05/2015

Director: Danny Boyle

Starring: James Franco, Kate Mara, Amer Tamblyn

Genre: Adventure, Biography, Drama

Age Rating: 15

Running Time:  94 minutes

On Saturday 26th April 2003, Aron Ralston, an outdoor adventurist, went on a routine canyoneering trip into the Blue John Canyon, one of Utah’s most isolated, not letting any of his loved ones know. 656 more words

Film Reviews

127 Hours

I loved this film. I’ve always wanted to watch it but I’ve been too nervous thinking it would be really hard to watch him cutting his arm off but it wasn’t that bad to watch. 201 more words


Tropical Turns.....Skiing Massive Volcanos in Ecuador

One notable member of this expedition is Aron Ralston of 127 Hours.” While this style of skiing might be more for bragging rights than technical achievements, it is inarguably cool to make turns this close to the equator. 14 more words


Brief Reviews: 127 Hours (2010)

The incredible real-life story of Aron Ralston is brought to life by Danny Boyle in 127 Hours. Ralston, a keen outdoorsman, was involved in a canyoneering accident in 2003 that left his right hand pinned to a canyon wall by an immovable boulder. 282 more words

Brief Reviews

127 Hours - 2010

127 Hours shows how you should not go on an adventure. When you decide to go on a trip alone and to a place where you don’t have any phone range, let someone know where you’re going and how long you’ll be gone. 589 more words


Love and Unforgiveness

“I couldn’t forgive my husband until I didn’t love him anymore,” Ann said. Why did that off-hand statement, sandwiched in the middle of a long paragraph about something else, capture my focus? 927 more words