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June 6, 2015

Everest Official Trailer

— Posted by Mo Baptiste

This trailer broke my heart! Why you may ask? Because for five seconds, I thought it was a Cliffhanger reboot. Okay, my rant is over, and let us proceed onto the trailer. I love seeing people trying to survive and defeat impossible conditions in nature such as the cold. I hate the cold, more than I hate completing my taxes. So, I would never do something crazy as climbing a freaking mountain. That would be just dumb. But, not to these guys. Everest is based on true events. Or, let us be frank, Everest is loosely based on true events, if we are to be honest with ourselves. This trailer is specifically about a few guys who wanted to test nature and make the journey to the top of Mount Everest. Along their journey, they will fight the elements and everything else life throws at them in order to achieve their goal. We all have seen films like this before, and it is going to be fun seeing it again. One thing, I did forget to mention is that they have a stellar cast. So, maybe this film will have a little more heart to it. Check out the trailer and you decide.



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Mo Baptiste strives to change the way movie reviews are written. His goal is to become a staple in the film industry. Since Feb 2015 he's been knocking out movie reviews for The Movie Blog. In his own candor and somewhat unbiased ways he can get you to love and anticipate, or hate and avoid a movie in a few short paragraphs. Born and raised in New York City, his favorite pastime besides screening movies and writing, is reading science and comic books. In his free time he kills monsters and rides dragons with his son. Follow me on twitter @mbcinematics

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