Mountain Men is a comedy/drama that follows two estranged brothers, Toph and Cooper, as they journey to a remote family cabin in the mountains to evict a squatter. Buried resentment and ...
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Mountain Men is a comedy/drama that follows two estranged brothers, Toph and Cooper, as they journey to a remote family cabin in the mountains to evict a squatter. Buried resentment and bruised egos soon derail the plan and when the smoke clears they've destroyed their car and burned down the cabin, leaving them stranded in the cold Rocky Mountain winter. With their very survival at stake, they must learn to work together as brothers to get back to civilization.Written by
After seeing Mountain Men I felt as though I was put up against the elements to fight for survival. The Director, Cameron Labine, did an amazing job of engrossing the viewer and bringing the film to life. The cinematography was breathtaking and the acting done by Chace Crawford and Tyler Labine was riveting. The way the Canadian Scenery was captured made me feel as though I was in the wilderness. As well due to both actors' performances, the estranged family dynamic was easy to follow and relate. Apart from the drama in the film, a comedic side was also prominent throughout. There was a nice balance of drama and comedy. It had me laughing but also on the edge of my seat. Tyler Labine, known for his comedic roles, adds comedy to the film but also does an amazing job of bringing out a dramatic side, which is not often seen. Overall the film was great and I recommend it to anyone seeking a drama with comedic relief that deals with family struggles and a story of survival.
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