Walking Out

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"Survival Runs In Their Blood"
  • PG-13
  • 2017
  • 1 hr 35 min
  • 5.8  (6,623)
  • 79

Walking Out is a survival drama film that follows the story of a father and son who go on a hunting trip in the wilderness of Montana. The film was directed and written by Alex Smith and Andrew J. Smith and stars Matt Bomer, Josh Wiggins, and Bill Pullman. The movie begins with a teenager named David (Josh Wiggins) arriving at the airport in Bozeman, Montana, to visit his father Cal (Matt Bomer) for a hunting trip. David lives with his mother in Texas and is not accustomed to the rugged terrain in Montana. He is also disappointed to learn that Cal is not planning to take him to hunt elk, as he had hoped, but instead is taking him to hunt sheep.

As they venture off into the wilderness, David becomes frustrated with his father's stern and quiet demeanor. Cal is a seasoned hunter who came from a line of hunters and takes the hunting trip very seriously. David, on the other hand, is not used to the grueling physical demands of the trip and struggles to keep up with his father.

As they set up camp, David tries to connect with his father by relaying a story of a girl he has been seeing. Cal listens but doesn't seem interested in David's life outside of hunting. That same night, a grizzly bear makes its way into their campsite and attacks them. They manage to scare it off, but Cal is injured in the process.

From that moment on, the hunting trip turns into a fight for survival. The father and son team must work together to navigate their way out of the wilderness, which becomes increasingly difficult as Cal's injuries worsen. Cal pushes himself to limits beyond what David thought possible, and David must learn to become his father's protector as they face the harsh Montana elements.

The film has a slow and steady pace that allows the audience to feel the tension and struggle of the characters. It is aided by stunning cinematography that captures the beauty and brutality of the wilderness. The scenery becomes another character in the film, a force that threatens to make survival impossible.

The movie explores the relationship between a father and son as they deal with the consequences of their past conflicts. Cal, haunted by a painful memory that he can't shake, is distant and emotionally unavailable. David is in desperate need of his father's guidance but feels rejected and invalidated. As the danger increases, they both begin to realize the importance of family and the fragility of life.

The performances of the lead actors are outstanding, with Matt Bomer and Josh Wiggins creating believable and sympathetic characters. Wiggins shines in his portrayal of David, capturing the subtle nuances of a teenager's frustration and vulnerability. Bomer also delivers an excellent performance, portraying a father consumed by his demons but willing to do whatever it takes to keep his son safe.

Bill Pullman, as the local sheriff, also delivers a solid performance, providing a much-needed break from the intense drama of the father-son duo. He injects some humor and levity into the story while also serving as a narrator of sorts, adding an extra layer to the already complex plot.

Overall, Walking Out is a beautifully shot, emotionally charged film that explores the human condition and the relationship between fathers and sons. It is a must-watch for anyone who appreciates survival stories and poignant family dramas.

Walking Out is a 2017 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 35 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.8 and a MetaScore of 79.

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  • Release Date
    2017
  • MPAA Rating
    PG-13
  • Runtime
    1 hr 35 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.8  (6,623)
  • Metascore
    79