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Free Solo is a movie starring Alex Honnold, Tommy Caldwell, and Jimmy Chin. Alex Honnold attempts to become the first person to ever free solo climb El Capitan.

Documentary, Adventure, Sport
Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Alex Honnold, Cheyne Lempe, Tommy Caldwell, Jimmy Chin

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Genres Documentary, Adventure, Sport
Director Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Stars Alex Honnold, Cheyne Lempe, Tommy Caldwell, Jimmy Chin
Country USA
Also Known As Free Solo - Klatretur med livet som indsats, フリーソロ, 赤手登峰, Free Solo: ekstremalna wspinaczka, Laisva siela, Free Solo - Sfida estrema, Free Solo - Mászókötél nélkül, Tu shou pan yan
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Alex Honnold attempts to become the first person to ever free solo climb El Capitan.

Top reviews

Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 18:38

After spending much of the summer hating on this film, I finally went and saw it. I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was a lot of energy in this film and I was impressed by the actual story of how the U.S. started its involvement in the Africa-based Sport of Ski Jumping (AASK). The fact that the film showed the various ways this sport came into existence and continued to exist in the world at large, particularly in South Africa. I found the entire movie to be an interesting one, the movie could have been great, but the overall storyline was a little weak. The lack of character development in the movie made it hard for me to care for any of the characters, mainly because of the fact that they did not have that much of a background or personality. This was a little disappointing. Overall, I was surprised at the overall quality of the film, it was a good documentary. It would be good to see the movie again, but as a documentary it will probably be difficult. There were many points in the movie that could have been included in a greater depth, including the history of the sport. It should have focused more on the people involved with AASK. I thought the acting was solid in the film, the entire cast did a great job. The only reason I gave it a 9/10 is because I am tired of seeing so much negative feedback of the film on this site. I am not a negative person, but I would have given it an 8.5/10. I was really disappointed with the reaction of the critics and many other reviewers of this film. Overall, I liked the film and would recommend it.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 16:52

This film is to me about the nature of heroism in all its forms, heroism which would otherwise be reduced to merely one form in the popular consciousness. The film is not concerned with what heroism is or what heroism is not. The film's central focus is the relationship between a new pilot, a pilot who wants to go to war and the people around him and the desire to see the US win a major battle. This film is a manifesto, not a lecture. It is not the best film ever made, nor is it the most creative. It does not make a 'proposition' for a viewing. It does not put a moral judgment on the viewer. It is simply the record of a soldier's pursuit of glory and of the people around him. The relationship between this soldier and the people around him is portrayed in a realistic and encouraging way. The result is a film which is both entertaining and inspiring. It is neither entertaining nor inspiring. But it is an entertaining film, with some strong images. It is a film about American myth, about American heroism and about American friendship. It is a film about the people and their experiences around them. It is an example of the spirit of the times, about a single American who thinks the rest of the world is nothing but a bunch of idiotic, immoral, ungrateful idiots who have no business fighting another. The documentary is interesting because it is about a specific moment in American history and about that moment in American history. It is not a film about a particular situation, but about a particular situation and its problems and its effects. The film is well made and the performances are excellent. The direction is also good and the film looks good. It is the only film I have seen which has a soundtrack by John Williams, and I have also seen Williams in many other films. It is good to see Williams doing something that he has never done before. If it is the last film I see by Williams, I would have to say it is a very good choice. Overall, I think that The Hero's Journey is an excellent film. It does not make a judgement. It is not the best film ever made. But it is a good film. It is entertaining, it is inspirational and it is very enjoyable. 9/10 Bethany Cox
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 22:56

Went to see the preview and was very happy to see that it wasn't advertised, I went in knowing it would be a series of interviews and a few bits, I was not disappointed. One of the things that made the whole thing fascinating was how much information about the country they got to know about the government and how big of a role, if any, the company had in the process. My hope was that the information that they would get from these interviews would be informative and give insight into the government and the corporations, and maybe a little insight on how the two acts have been put together. And it seems to be. The interviews were very good and the information was very interesting. The pieces of information they got from these interviews were great and the way the whole thing was put together made it really enjoyable. They talked about the industrialization of the country and the role of companies in the process. And they went into some details about the conflict between how companies have influenced the government and how they're influenced by their public relations and the other areas of government. I think the coverage on how it has changed since the 1990s is pretty interesting. I have a couple of questions that they were not able to answer, like how are the populations of Africa and Asia better off than their counterparts in the US? And if they can't answer that question, I still think it's very interesting and informative. But I also want to see if they can explain a little more about the political role of the government and the corporations. I think they answered all the questions that I had, and it's clear that they had a lot more information to give. But still, they missed a few. They said it's important to see if there's a direct relationship between the companies and the government, and they said that it isn't necessarily the companies. And that's an important point to make, because that's kind of one of the questions that needs to be answered. Overall, I think it's a good documentary and one that I would recommend to people interested in any aspect of the American politics.

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