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Arctic

Arctic is a movie starring Mads Mikkelsen, Maria Thelma Smáradóttir, and Tintrinai Thikhasuk. A man stranded in the Arctic after a plane crash must decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his makeshift camp or to embark...

Other Titles
Arktída: Ľadové peklo, El ártico, Sarkvidék, El Artico, Árctico, Arktida: Ledové peklo, Ártico, Arktyka, Arktida, Arktis. Ikalinti ledynuose, El Ártico, Arctique, Ha'So'red, 残された者 北の極地, Αρκτική, Pazuduši ledājos, Arktik, Arktída
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Adventure, Drama
Director
Joe Penna
Writer
Ryan Morrison, Joe Penna
Actors
Tintrinai Thikhasuk, Mads Mikkelsen, Maria Thelma Smáradóttir
Country
Iceland
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After a plane crash, a man fights to survive stranded alone in Arctic. When he sees a helicopter, he sees the chance to be saved but the helicopter also crashes and he rescues a wounded woman from the debris. After a long period, he decides to embark in a journey with the woman with hope to find salvation or death.

Comments about adventure «Arctic» (13)

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Andrea

As I sat down to watch this movie, I was thinking of another cold war movie, this one based on the Cold War. Now I know what they are talking about, they are right. In my opinion this movie is much better than the average cold war movie. In my opinion the movie is way better than that of The Hunt For Red October. I actually don't think this movie is as good as that one. You can't compare it to that one. It is a totally different story. One thing that is good about this movie is the cast, I believe that all the actors in this movie are great. The story is good and the actors play their part well. It is a bit longer than I thought, but I didn't expect it to be, but I am glad it is. If you want a good cold war movie, watch this movie.

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Walter

This film is my favorite film of all time. The story was so strong. I think it is a must see movie for everyone.

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Heather

Excellent. Great performances and no real cheap thrillers. A true story about a young woman in love with a dead soldier that she will never see again. She meets a guy that wants to kill her and she ends up kidnapping a Nazi to save her friend. This movie was very deep and I thought the director did a great job in giving the audience a very emotional ride with a lot of suspense. It's a great movie to see on a rainy afternoon.

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Nicholas R.

I did not know what to expect when I watched this movie, as I am not a big fan of Norwegian films. Yet, after watching this movie I found myself feeling it was a great movie. The way that the story develops is not a typical Norwegian story that will make you feel it is a very good film, but rather a film that is almost unique and I must say that I was not aware of this. To begin with, I would like to point out that the Norwegian scenery is amazing and I would recommend watching this movie with a movie or a book that you know or is familiar with and enjoy it more. I have to say that if you are Norwegian, then you will get a real sense of Norwegian culture. For me it was like I was watching something from the European continent. Not just from Norway, but from all over Norway. It is like I was traveling in a Norwegian village, and learning about Norwegian culture. It is also a good way to understand and enjoy the Norwegian language. I have never seen the movie on Norwegian television, so if you can see this movie on Norwegian television then watch it with subtitles. I would also recommend to watch this movie with a good music soundtrack. I think that music has been one of the best elements of this movie. The scenes that the characters are in are unique and creative, and there are also some very sad and scary scenes. Another great feature of this movie is the character of Torgeir, the only Norwegian man who is willing to break his life to help a young Norwegian girl to survive in the harsh environment of an Arctic. There is something for everybody and the plot develops in a surprising and nice way. One of the most important elements that is that the Norwegian feel for the characters and the relationship that develops. The acting in this movie is great and the movie has a real emotional and amazing final, with the characters moving on a very happy ending. In conclusion, if you are interested in Norwegian culture and Norwegian cinema, you should watch this movie.

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Olivia

Alaska is a beautiful place, but the problem is that most of it's inhabitants are nomadic hunters. The real beauty of Alaska lies in the images that depict the rugged landscape and the great hunting opportunities. The real beauty of Alaska lies in the visuals. This film, written and directed by Nick Corri, takes the viewer on a trip through Alaska, where the many side stories are shown. The film is a portrayal of what the real nature of Alaska is, as opposed to what is portrayed in the film. There are many beautiful images throughout the film, many of which include wildlife. This film is a wonderful and unique look at the beauty of Alaska. It shows the beauty of the landscape, and how hunting is the only reason to come to Alaska.

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Kyle Tran

And the language that is spoken is the language of the heat that surrounds them. And this is not a cinema talk of something like "Some Man" or "Mr. Lincoln". It's the language of the heart that speaks for them. It is their story. And the most important thing in this movie is that all the actors speak with their voices. And it is a very rich, powerful, deep and often sad language that is not for everyone. But for those who are lucky enough to have a strong enough heart to understand and hear it, it is a great discovery of a long lost language. It is the one that keeps them alive.

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Rachel

A great film that raises more questions than it answers. Directed by Kevin Macdonald and starring James Garner, Tim Roth and Kate Beckinsale, it is a tale of the human heart, sacrifice and revenge. It's the story of a family coming together in the North Pole, in a community made up of men and women. They are an Arctic community that has been isolated for years. A harsh winter and a culture of manliness and honour has passed by. In the name of friendship and reconciliation, the women of the community must face their inner demons. The film is incredibly well made. The acting is great. The characters are great. The script is top notch. There are three different time lines. The flashbacks are unique. The present is pretty weak. The ending is surprising. It raises so many questions that will forever be left unanswered. It is a compelling film that may not have a deep message or feel true, but it is a great film nonetheless. Great direction, great acting, great script, great directing and a great story make it a great film. If you are looking for a film with deep meaning or a film that is unique, then this is not it. If you are looking for a film that is a lot of fun, it is worth seeing.

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Doris W.

Most of this movie is outdoors, or rather, on the landscape of nature, which is what this movie is about. And the characters are real people, a group of 11-year-old girls who have had their lives torn apart. They live in a rural village, it is one of the most isolated places in the world, which is being decimated by oil and coal companies. The girl who gets the part, Akshay Kumar, plays the part of Rehan, a surgeon, who is trying to save the village from being decimated. The girls are also trying to survive, as the village is one of the most environmentally friendly places in the world. One day, the village is attacked by oil workers, and the girls are left with Rehan and his sister to live. After living in the village for a while, they learn about a cave system that is about to be closed and that the tribe was planning to use to harvest natural resources. They try to save the cave, but Rehan and his sister are separated, and the girls decide to go with him to save the cave, which is up against the land where they were born. And one day, Rehan finds a robot (the only robot in the village) that was left by the tribe, which helps him save the cave. The three of them are really cute, and they are more like a real family. Even though they were poor, they did not take anything, and they went to the best schools in the village. The production is really good, the story is great, and the acting is really great, especially from Akshay Kumar. It is an all-around great movie.

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Jack Butler

After seeing "The Omen" and "The Sixth Sense" I was quite disappointed. So I was looking forward to "Arctic" and I was not disappointed. The film takes place in the summer and we have 3 different stories. One in our group involves a woman's relationship with her father and how he died. The other two stories revolve around two women who are trying to survive a tsunami. In my opinion, I found this movie to be a real gem. It deals with real issues like raising kids with AIDS and how difficult it is to go into an island to go on a cruise with strangers. I felt the acting was superb. As for the special effects, it was good, but nothing to get all worked up about. I was not a fan of the whole turning back into man theory. I felt it was unrealistic. I think in most real life situations we don't turn back into men because we were in love. I think this is a movie where we can take some of the realism out and just enjoy the story. If you like the original "The Omen" and "The Sixth Sense", I strongly recommend this movie. The only negative comment I have is that the father and mother didn't really have a great story to go with their son and daughter relationship. I would have liked to see more of the mother and son relationship in the second story. Overall, I was quite impressed by this movie and I think it is one of the best movie I have seen this year. One of my friends thinks this movie is a masterpiece and she knows her stuff. Overall, I give it an A.

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Nathan L.

I remember watching this film for the first time when I was about seven. I was in a talk-a-thon for not knowing anything about the film at that time. I was really disappointed in not being able to understand the film, but I knew it was a great film. When I started to watch it again, I realized I had missed something. I had seen it at the time and I saw a lot of the things I had not seen. It was still a great film, but I couldn't understand all the things that were going on. I saw it again and I saw some of the things I had missed and I understood. I like the film, but the thing that really bugs me is that I was confused and didn't really understand. It's a great film, but I could not understand most of the things going on. I like the film, but I think it needs a little more work.

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Richard Wade

I thought this was an excellent film. It portrayed the political climate of the 60's and 70's, and how different we were as people during that time. The soundtrack was great, and it is one of the few films that I can watch over and over and not get bored of it. The character interactions were great, and very realistic. I would recommend this film to anyone, and if you are a fan of the cult film genre, this is a must see.

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Angela V.

When I saw the trailer for "Polar," I thought it was just another bad movie. The trailer made me think that the movie would be stupid and boring. I went to see it anyway. I wasn't disappointed. I saw the movie in the theater with my girlfriend. I was hoping to see a movie that would be exciting and beautiful. What I got was a movie that was just good, not great. The story is simple, but the characters are so intriguing that you will enjoy watching them. The cinematography is brilliant. The storyline is great. The characters are so interesting and that's what makes the movie great. I never thought that the movie would be good, but it is. I'm going to give it a 9 out of 10.

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Christine

I thought this film was excellent. It was beautifully shot and the actors played their parts well. I was quite entertained for the first hour. Then it got to the point of boredom. I was so bored that I felt I was watching an episode of the Scooby Doo show. All the actors were outstanding, I thought Liev Schreiber's performance was brilliant, I also loved Kristen Stewart's performance, and Jack Reynor's. I was glad that the plot of the film had a different twist, not that I didn't like the original ending, but it was better and more believable. I thought the ending was so unique, it was very clever, and at the end of the film I was actually happy that it was over, because I thought the characters were played so well. The only thing that I didn't like was the use of the 4th wall. But overall it was a fantastic film, I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good story with good acting.