The Revenant, and other Oregon tales of survival

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  1. IheartSig

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    Read all about Hugh Glass long ago
     
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    Just watching it made me cold.
    Snow, water, minimal clothing, soaked clothing.. Good lord I was expecting frostbite to take place.
    Honestly even if its exaggerated, the fact that it was so cold I'm quite sure would have aided in one's survival because it would suppress the serious information that would normally occur.
     
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    its a pretty amazing story, even if the ending is embellished, the parts that ARE true, are epic.
     
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    I really like the use of natural lighting in the movie and some parts made you feel like you were there.
     
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    I hated that movie because it made me feel like a Beatch Puzzy with all my gortex, down and water shedding crap that I still get asse cold in..........

    Seriously the movie was great. I had an idea years ago that theatres should control temperature in the theatre to match the movie but I just felt cold the whole time in a warm theatre.
     
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