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The story of New Zealand's Robert "Rob" Edwin Hall, who on May 10, 1996, together with Scott Fischer, teamed up on a joint expedition to ascend Mount Everest.... (Full plot summary below)

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The story of New Zealand's Robert "Rob" Edwin Hall, who on May 10, 1996, together with Scott Fischer, teamed up on a joint expedition to ascend Mount Everest.

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The Mail on Sunday (UK) - 10/10 by Matthew Bond Along comes Everest, a brilliant dramatisation of tragically real events that, quite simply, is one of the most powerful and moving films I've seen all year.
Daily Mail (UK) - 10/10 by Brian Viner As fine as the cast is (with Knightley turning in a small but genuinely affecting performance), the film's stand-out star is right there in the title.
Siete24.mx - 10/10 by Mario P. Székely An adventure film of big scale that focuses on human drama. [Full review in Spanish]
Orlando Weekly - 10/10 by Cameron Meier In many ways, Everest harkens back to 1970s disaster films, just with smarter editing, more believable performances and better visuals.
Detroit News - 9/10 by Patrick Dunn "Everest" is a truly spectacular experience that deserves to be seen on the grandest scale possible.
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 9/10 by Colin Covert A man vs. nature epic more realistic than most.
Charlotte Observer - 9/10 by Lawrence Toppman The mountain, grim and unforgiving, remains the star.
amNewYork - 9/10 by Robert Levin The picture utilizes every bit of the expanded 3-D frame to provide an immersive experience. But that's combined with a real sense of brutality.
Christianity Today - 9/10 by Kenneth R. Morefield The film marches steadfastly past the comforts of melodrama and stakes its flag somewhere on the peaks of tragedy.
Consequence of Sound - 9/10 by Blake Goble It's Everest. It should be scarier than the film's digitized blue skies and gobs of snow makeup on actors, as they sob into microphones that they've made huge mistakes. These dudes do it just because they can. And as always, pride comes before the fall.
Playboy Online - 9/10 by Stephen Rebello Everest drags you close to the world's highest mountain, slams you down into an unworldly environment, and rams you through the wringer for a couple of hours while relatable, all too human members of a climbing expedition run into terrible luck.
Fresno Bee - 9/10 by Rick Bentley Director Baltasar Kormákur takes moviegoers on a journey that is so spectacularly beautiful and terrifying that it's the closest thing to making the journey up the mountain without going to Nepal.

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