Release Date Mountain Patrol: Kekexili Apr 14, 2006 Limited
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Movie Overview For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili
TagLine Mountain Patrol: Kekexili
Trailer For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili
Actors For Mountain Patrol: KekexiliDuo Bujie,Zhang Lei,Qi Liang,Zhao Xueying,Ma Zhanlin,Duobuji
Genres Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : Drama,Action & Adventure,Art House & International
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Mountain Patrol: KekexiliUser Ranting Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 4
User Percentage For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 87 %
User Count Like for Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 3,642
All Critics Ranting For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 7.6
All Critics Count For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 49
All Critics Percentage For Mountain Patrol: Kekexili : 98 %
Review For Mountain Patrol: KekexiliBreathtakingly beautiful, breathtakingly brutal and simply breathtaking.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer
Much of the time, the movie plays like a catalog of challenges sprawled over terrain so forbidding that you can't watch it without feeling a steep measure of awe.
Robert Denerstein-Denver Rocky Mountain News
An epic story of white-knuckle tension in a setting of harsh, unearthly beauty, it's the kind of story Hemingway might have told if he'd made it to the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune
Instead of a laudable ecological crusade, the film feels more like a futile Captain Ahab obsession, with patrol leader Ri Tai (Duobujie) vainly chasing a poaching kingpin through the harsh, windy wilderness.
Bruce Westbrook-Houston Chronicle
One of the most beautiful and disturbing widescreen epics in last year's Seattle International Film Festival.
John Hartl-Seattle Times
What is remarkable is that this film is based on a true story, and filmed on the actual locations.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
An ode to the great sacrifices that often accompany the will to do the right thing.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
Moby Dick with a progressive spin.
Jeffrey Chen-Window to the Movies
One of those films that opens eyes to distant lands and problems and yet carries a sense of drama and a humane moral tone that conveys an appeal that's simultaneously exotic and universal.
Jack Garner-Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The film's most memorable visual spectacle, of a man getting sucked into a pool of quicksand, is also the most resonant. Man may think he rules over nature, but it can take him back at any moment.
Phil Villarreal-Arizona Daily Star
Mixes environmental awareness and spiritual mindfulness with its chase scenes through grand scenery.
Marrit Ingman-Austin Chronicle
A fascinating oddity, marked by amazing locales and a narrative that continually subverts your expectations...the effect is hypnotic.
Frank Swietek-One Guy's Opinion
Duobuji shows he has a strong, charismatic presence in his role as the patrol leader, Ritai.
Jeff Vice-Deseret News, Salt Lake City
Mountain Patrol, peppered with shocking revelations of just how suddenly and brutally death can come calling, has the look and feel of a documentary.
Larry Ratliff-San Antonio Express-News
A strange and sometimes compelling film that absolutely transports you to a remote corner of the world but doesn't quite do enough to make you feel steady on your feet once you get there.
It's an absurdist, quixotic and sloooow journey that leads our heroes to the banal face of evil.
Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)-St. Paul Pioneer Press
A quiet little gem of a film that stuns with spectacular beauty, shocks with awful savagery and leaves you pondering the relationship of man and nature.
Jean Lowerison-San Diego Metropolitan
Spectacularly-photographed, deeply moving tale.
Wade Major-Boxoffice Magazine