Adventure • R • 1993 • 2 hr 7 min
Acting was a bit strained at times but I enjoyed it.
muy emocionante y atrapante basada en una historia real
A harrowing true story of survival, you’ll be with these characters all the way, rooting for them to make it out of their dire situation
A thrilling true story adventure with powerful performances.
Surprisingly very accurate really shows the struggle those people went through. And what they had to do to stay alive.
The picture, the sound, and above all, the outstanding true story, make Alive a must-see
Sad, but uplifting film. Some of the cast blends together but other than that, the story really keeps you hooked
Great survival thriller movie, brilliant true story that harrowing but gripping. Worth watching
A film that didn't age too well. As I rewatched it in 2022, the acting was a bit rigid and unnatural.
Not one of the best but decent, worth watching, especially when you feel desperate and helpless. There are always worse case scenarios.
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