Return to the Wild: The Chris McCandless Story

2014

Adventure / Documentary

173
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 250

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515.26 MB
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57 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mastrait 9 / 10 / 10

Remarkable truth.

If you've seen the movie "Into the Wild" you owe it to yourself to watch this honest telling of what Chris McCandless was truly all about. You get both sides, but you will come away knowing the truth without the Hollywood hype I believe. The most annoying part of the movie is at the beginning, where a few loser types, try to identify with Chris. Typical millennials, a few guys in particular that visit the bus and pontificate their B.S. So very typical. You hear from the true victims of this story, the sisters and Chris' mom, who is still being victimized by the father still in denial.

Reviewed by Ace68 5 / 10 / 10

Good documentary.

I enjoyed this documentary very much. Probably like most I was familiar with this story from the motion picture, and didn't really know much else about this man's life. The unfortunate part of this story that I found hard to watch, was how incredibly delusional and out of touch this man's parents were. A tragic story all around.

Reviewed by martinkwangju 5 / 10 / 10

Not wild about this.

I enjoyed Jon Krakauer's 1996 book, "Into The Wild," (itself an extension of a magazine article called, "Death Of An Innocent," that he wrote for Outside magazine). I enjoyed Sean Penn's film, based on Krakauer's book, and I have enjoyed other documentaries I have seen on the odyssey of Chris McCandless. This documentary, however, spends little time on Chris's adventures and instead seems more concerned with promoting the various books that the McCandless clan have written and giving us insight into their dysfunctional family. Given its brevity, it might have been better to place this vanity project as a DVD or Blu-ray "extra," rather than giving it a standalone release.

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