Hunter convinces Becky, to come with her for a climb she’s going to do for her YouTube/Instagram followers up a 2000 foot tall old TV tower. It’s one of the tallest structures in the United States. This will also hopefully help Becky overcome her grief about losing her husband in a climbing accident almost a year before. Needless to say things don’t go as planned.
This movie is definitely a survival thriller movie that builds a lot of good tension. There are some plot points that some people might find to be predictable. But with their setup, they’re isolated and only so many options to them, so what do you expect? There was times I was imagining I was up on that tower. With a few ideas I thought about how to get down, they seem to overlook those ideas. I’m no mountain climber so maybe there’s a reason they didn’t do those ideas. They did come up with few ideas that seemed like “wow that’s incredibly dangerous” but like I said above, their options were limited so they had to try something.
Overall I enjoyed the movie. If you like survival thriller movies in the vein of 47 Meters Down, Frozen, etc. you would certainly have a good time with this movie. Hope you don’t have vertigo or are afraid of heights.
Tell a friend to see it?
Would I rewatch it?
Maybe someday but not right away
Would I want to own a copy?
Must-see in theaters?
Seeing the heights helps with vertigo type feelings. So the big screen definitely helps. That being said, the story could transfer to the small screen.
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|Rated:||(PG-13) Bloody Images | Strong Language | Intense Peril|
|Starring:||Grace Caroline Currey, Virginia Gardner, Jeffrey Dean Morgan|
|Writer(s):||Jonathan Frank, Scott Mann|
|Country:||United Kingdom, United States|
Best friends Becky and Hunter find themselves at the top of a 2,000-foot radio tower.
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