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    Rbroady is offline Member
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    Default 128 days is showing at the theatre!!

    I encourage everybody to go see the movie 128 days. It is a true story about a adventurer/mountain climber who falls when climbing inside a narrow canyon, and has a giant half-ton boulder crush his arm in between the canyon walls pinning it useless. He is stuck there for five days with only one water bottle, a camelbak, two burritos, a multi-tool, and a videocamera. You won't believe what he does to survive!! OUCH! Very inspirational and powerful movie!

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    Rbroady is offline Member
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    Default 128 hours

    The movie is called 128 hours, not 128 days. Sorry

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    I attended a book signing with the original gentleman when his book first cam e our a few years ago, very inspirational at the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rbroady View Post
    The movie is called 128 hours, not 128 days. Sorry
    Actually, it's "127 Hours." But yes, terrific movie. Had me squirming in my chair from the very beginning just anticipating *THAT* scene.

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    Oh ok 127 hours. I'll eventually get it right. I was squirming in my chair too! Apparently there have been people passing out and fainting during the movie is what I read on the internet!

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    Jim Wallace, M.D. is offline Senior Member
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    No, thanks. I know the story. Knowing it is plenty for me.

    I'm sure it's a great movie but I doubt I could make myself stay in the seat.

    Jim
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    There is a great interview with this guy in the current issue of Outside magazine. It talks about his input in the making of the movie and it's efforts to stay true to the story. Good read, check it out.

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