Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sam Worthington, and a cast of others were in this actual true story. Based on the 1996 Mt. Everest disaster on May 10th-11th, a expedition group made it to the summit of Everest, as a handful made it out. 

Mt. Everest is the ‘most dangerous place on Earth’ for what they say as it can be true. Wasting so much oxygen to the summit, they didn’t had enough to come back down. A storm hit so badly, two fell off as five died of dizziness and froze to death. Suffocated way to die.

Jason Clarke was the leader along with climbers of the world, as they wanted to achieve the impossible for what gives to climb Mt. Everest. Then froze to death on the mountain along with the others, including Jake Gyllenhaal. To a handful of survivors, they had scars as Josh Brolin as a lucky man, lost both of his hands and nose when he came home. Then his pregnant wife cried when he was gone. 

Achieving the impossible is a terrible idea. Like Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’, a sailing ship with its crew and leader wanted to make it to the Arctic on the summit, when they believed the story of how one man did the impossible, when his creation became a monster. Killed his entire family and fiancé as he tried to kill it. After all that racing to stop it, grew ill and died as they cremated him. Along with the monster as he died with him sadly for what he did wrong to the world. Instead, they went home. 

A lot of disasters can happen in Nepal. Snowstorms, Earthquakes, planes crashing down, and avalanches. Climbing Everest, can make you suffocate and die. Even frostbites. This movie I recommend is for 20 year olds and adults only, as it’s not suitable for young kids. 9/10 stars, because some parts can make you sick. 

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