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The Edge
A boy and his dog
The year zero



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If we eliminate war movies and post apocalyptic and zombie stuff, then these are my picks for the best three survival movies...

1. 2016 Obama's America by Dinesh D'Souza
2. The Mosquito Coast
3. Into the Wild
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This is an incredibly overlooked work. A very minimalist, restrained slice of storytelling, with a hint of Tarkovsky and Bresson. It's disturbing yet oddly beautiful. I highly recommend it.





This is an incredibly overlooked work. A very minimalist, restrained slice of storytelling, with a hint of Tarkovsky and Bresson. It's disturbing yet oddly beautiful. I highly recommend it.
I'll watch it this week. Thanks!



1) Touching the Void

2) Open water

3) All is lost

WARNING: spoilers below
One of those is not technically a survival movie, but I guess it has all the tropes, so I put it there anyway.
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This is an incredibly overlooked work. A very minimalist, restrained slice of storytelling, with a hint of Tarkovsky and Bresson. It's disturbing yet oddly beautiful. I highly recommend it.
I loved this too. Great recommendation.
Also The Road, The Rover, These Final Hours.



I would name the below mentioned ones:-

Cast Away
127 Hours
Lif of Pi
The Revenant
The Finest Hours



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The Edge
A boy and his dog
The year zero
Very nice list!!!





This is an incredibly overlooked work. A very minimalist, restrained slice of storytelling, with a hint of Tarkovsky and Bresson. It's disturbing yet oddly beautiful. I highly recommend it.


I watched it a second time , I was not taken with it



Just mentioning ones I havent seen so far. Not ranking anything:

Gravity (duh...)
Apollo 13
The Martian
The Omega Man
Alive
Deliverance
The Way Back
Red Dawn
Apocalypto
Escape from New York
Empire of the Sun
Life Boat
Alien and Aliens
Predator and Terminator
Mad Max: Fury Road and Road Warrior
Battle Royale (and yes, by extension, The Hunger Games)
Kill Bill (both)
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The Edge
A boy and his dog
The year zero
Glad you mentioned the edge. Anthony Hopkins performance gives me goosebumps on that film plus the bear in that movie is the best animal performance I have ever seen. A close runner up would be the dog in the thing