Oh my god! I was just thinking that I want to watch this in my birthday and when I finally saw the date, it will be in my birthday! 😍😍😍😍. Me cuesta mucho ver a Lucy Hale en otro papel que no sea el de Aria Montgomery de Pretty Little Liars jaja sobre todo si le ponen a la misma actriz de doblaje.
I'm so sorry God bless rest in peace. A feature length advert for Carhartt clothing. Seems so unnecessary 😂😂😂 just take the drugs and go i. The film was really amazing. I cried after watching the movie. The people of the primitive age lived in this way. It was a true story. It was great to see a tiny bit of Kentucky's beauty such as the Pallisades and the Red River Gorge. I liked the movie's premise and, of course Jon Voight, but the inconsistencies were tough to overcome. The camera work and editing left a lot to desire; flopping in and out of 4K, once I think they literally dropped the camera, and some amateur drone footage. However, the Gorge is a magical place, with the highest concentration of natural arches east of Utah's Arches NP, and as a Kentuckian who's backpacked this whole area for over 30 years I hung on for the views which were great to see on the screen.
Saw it a few weeks ago and absolutely loved it! Normally Im not a huge fan of Witherspoon, but she did a really great job and delivered the story perfectly. Of course it reminds us of into the wild, but why shouldn't this story be told? People do amazing stuff to overcome their fears and so did Cheryl - so go people and watch this film. I read this book in jail. I randomly picked it up and it changed my life. I had a very hard heart towards God at the time calloused by drug use and the recent loss of my grandpa, who I was very close with. The book softened my heart towards God, and I became a Christian just a few months later after a near-fatal overdose. God will never leave you or forsake you, just turn to Him - let Him love you and heal you.