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Old 06-23-2013, 12:05 PM
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My all time favorite movie is Jeremiah Johnson.
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If you liked that one you should watch Southern Comfort....a National Guard unit lost in Louisiana. Same concept and very possible.


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I would add I AM LEGEND as well!


I enjoyed that film very much...Not sure how they're going to make a sequal. I did enjoy the original though. Omega Man is bleak though.

http://youtu.be/X-MosmUseSY
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Jeremiah Johnson was loosly based on a real guy nicknamed Liver Eating Johnson. Had something like a 20 year war with the indians.


The Crow specifically for the death of his wife. They did make peace eventually, but only after he actually became a statistical cause of death.
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There were SOOOOO many opportunities to grab the barrel of the Redneck's shotgun for someone who wasn't willing to be a victim.
At one point, Voight could've literally shoved it into the other redneck's face, causing Mr Pretty Mouth to kill his cousin. From there, it would have been child's play to disarm the perv & who knows, maybe Ole Ned could have kept his virginity
Movies & TV have conditioned people to getting used to being pushed around by people with guns, when in fact, there are LOTS of people out there who are perfectly willing to take them away.
As a green as grass Rookie, my 1st Training Officer told me something I'll never forget.
He asked me if I had a file one day. I said yes & he ordered me to go home & file off the front sight of my pistol.
When I asked him why anyone would do something that stupid, he explained that there were lots of tough guys out there who were not afraid of guns & who would be happy to take mine away from me.
It hurts a lot less when they stick it up your rear end without the sight, he explained . . . and I learned that he was right.
Pointing a gun at someone looks like a great way to insure compliance, BUT . . . there are some people out there who can turn that around quickly & I'm betting the Deliverance "squeal like a hog" guy wished he or his buddy had known that ! ! !
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there is this movie during ww2, japanese and us navy pilot get stuck on an island ,anyone know the name of this movie?
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The Mountain Men, Shackleton and the PBS series "Frontier House". Just have to get past the drama of the last one.
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Have you guys seen "The Mosquiito Coast" or "Walkabout"?
Mosquito Coast was awesome...
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there is this movie during ww2, japanese and us navy pilot get stuck on an island ,anyone know the name of this movie?
"Hell in the Pacific" with Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. Great movie.


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Ok... not 100% survival centered but good flicks about returning alive.

The flight of the phoenix (original is better IMHO but the sequel isn't awful, just to typical/PC to me)

Maybe The man from snowy river as well?
Maybe also Damnation Alley (if it hasn't been mentioned already?)
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Updated version of the list made by 'Sponge' on page 5. The list below is of all the Movies and TV Series discussed so far in this thread - I hope I didn't miss anything!

127 hours
28 Days Later
28 Weeks Later
2012
A Boy and His Dog
Across the Great Divide
A Cry in the Wild
Adventure of the Wilderness Family
After Armageddon (TV)
Alive
Alone in the Wilderness
As Far As My Feet Will Carry Me
Amerika
A Man Called Horse
Born American
Blindsight
Bush Tucker Man (TV Series)
Call Of The Wild
Canyon, The
Castaway
Challenge to Be Free
Children Of Men
Clan of the Cave Bear
Damnation Alle
Dances With Wolves
Day After, The
Day After Tomorrow, The
Day of the Dead
Deadly Harvest
Death Hunt
Deep Impact
DEFCON 4
Defiance
Deliverance
Dersu Uzala
Dirkie
Deadfall Trail
Doomsday
Doomsday Preppers (TV - National Geographic)
Dual Survival (TV Series)
Earthling, The
Edge, The
Evil Dead Trilogy
Expeditions To The Edge (TV Series)
Falling Skies (TV Series)
Far North
Flight of the Phoenix
Fly With The hawk
Gilligan's Island
Gods Must Be Crazy, The
Grizzly Adams
Hatchet
Heaven Knows Mr. Allison
Hidalgo
Homeward Bound
Hotel Ruanda
Hunted, The
I Am Legend
I Shouldn't Be Alive (TV Series)
Into the great solitude
Into The Wild
Jeremiah (TV Series)
Jeremiah Johnson
Jericho (TV Series)
Last Man On Earth, The
Last of the Dogmen, The
Le Dernier Combat
Le Temps Du Loup
Lord of the Flies
Lost in the Barrens
Mad Max series
Man in the Wilderness
Man vs. Wild (TV Series)
Man, Woman, Wild (TV Series)
Marine Corps Survival Training (TV - Discovery documentary)
Morning After, The
Mosquito Coast
Mountain Family Robinson
Mountain, The
Mountain Men, The
My Side of the Mountain
Mystery Island
Naked Prey, The
Never Cry Wolf
Night of the Comet
Omega Man, The
One Mans Wilderness
Panic in Year Zero
Patriot, The
Planet of the Apes
Postman, The
Public Enemies
Quest For Fire
Rambo
Ray Mears' Bushcraft (TV Series)
Red Dawn
Rescue
Right At Your Door
River's End
River Wild, The
Road, The
Robinson Crusoe
Rugged Gold
SAS Survival Secrets (TV)
Seraphim Fall
Shoot To Kill
Snow Walker, The
Southbounders
Southern Comfort; ‘National Guards Weekend Exercise’
Survival Quest
Surviving Crooked Creek
Surviving the Game
Survivorman (TV Series)
Survivors
Swiss Family Robinson
Testament
The Adventures of Yellowdog
The Book Of Eli
The Colony (TV Series)
The Ghost And The Darkness
The Last Trapper
The Most Dangerous Game
The Savage Innocents
Things To Come
To Build a Fire
Tremors
Twelve Monkeys
Waterworld
White Fang
White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II
Wind Walker
Walkabout
Woodmaster Survival Skills (Series)
Zombie Warfare
great list!
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One of my favorite when I was a kid was "Iron Will". About a kid entering a sled dog race to save the family farm. Survival wasn't the main focus but a pretty good wilderness movie.
Old 11-29-2013, 01:39 PM
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I like "Into the wild" and 127. They show how important to think before you do something.
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Scenic Route 2013
i dunno if its posted here before.

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there is not enough realistic survival movies i wish they would make more. a lot of people that are eager to learn about survival could greatly benefit from them.
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"A cry in the wild" 1990 is the movie of Hatchet - screenplay by the author - obviously not the detail of the novel but it's very good.

Spawned a pair of crappy sequels that could have been great but by the third was more about mumbo jumbo than legit survival skills

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My Side of The Mountain, and Never Cry Wolf are films that impressed me early on.

If you haven't heard of "Hatchet" by Gary Paulsen, definitely look into it. It should be required reading for every kid in America.
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127 hours, the last of the Dogmen, and Jeremiah Johnson are some of my top picks.
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Crocodile Dundee
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I liked "Hannah" too. Not quite SHTF, but fun to watch.
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I loved that somebody mentioned Damnation Alley. Saw it as a kid and would love to watch it again but can't find it on DVD (only VHS so far). Almost any zombie movie is great for survival. A good zombie flick is not about the zombies but what people have to do to survive (even though The Walking Dead is a TV show it's one to watch). There were too many posts to read them all but did anyone mention Tom Hanks' Castaway? One other film that may have been mentioned is The Professional. It's not about wilderness survival but definitely about urban survival and doing what it takes to stay alive.

Good thread and everyone had great suggestions!
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