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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
Mountain Men is one of the funniest survival films I've seen to date! Starring Tyler Labine, as Toph, and Chace Crawford, as Cooper, the film blends together a perfect smattering of humor and heartfelt moments. Despite the often quiet, contemplative turns the film takes, I was left in stitches all the way through. In the wake of their father's disappearance, the two brothers embark on an unexpected journey of reconnection. The conclusion of which left me feeling satisfied; the kind of satisfied that reminds me to call my brother and let him know that I love him. Real-life brother and director Cameron Labine did a wonderful job of bring this film to life. The cinematography is breathtaking and perfectly captures the isolation of being lost in the snowy wilderness. The beautiful Canadian outdoors acts as a stunning backdrop to the emotional rapport that builds between the brothers as they come to terms with the loss of their father. Smart, heartfelt, and funny, this film is a much watch!
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