what are some good movies to get me stoked on going /out/ (netflix streaming preferred)?
i'm about to watch pic related.
im watching Mile...Mile and a half on netflix right now, a documentary a group made about their through hike on the John Muir Trail. not bad but not very interesting.
A great one to watch on Netflix is Happy People: A Year in the Taiga. which, according to imdb because im to lazy to write a good summary is
"A documentary depicting the life and work of the trappers of Bakhtia, a village in the heart of the Siberian Taiga, where daily life has changed little in over a century."
the first LOTR movie got me into going /out/doors. especially foraging for herbs to heal wounds, hunting, etc.
The Hunter is pretty cool and on Netflix.
A lot of cowboy movies are good /out/ movies.
Also there is a Korean film on Netflix called War of the Arrows that has some cool /out/ stuff (a lot of archery) but it is not strictly /out/. It is also subtitled if you aren't into that.
Grumpy Old Men and Grumpier Old Men really do it for me as well.
I heard it's netflix streaming.
Made me want to go to Utah immediately. Been there twice now and I just can't wait to go back. It's so beautiful and open out there.
Yeah Mormons suck, but if you're away from Salt Lake city in the middle of the desert, you might not see any other people at all, period.
I watch that special on TV like 4 times a year (they won't stop showing it all the freaking time) I love when the wolverine first shows up and the music that plays like he's a fucking super villain
Where the Yellowstone Goes is streaming on netflix. It's some people who film floating down what is allegedly the longest un-dammed river in the USA. It is a bit preachy with the enviro-crap that is in all these documentaries, but the people in it seem good enough.
I liked it because I read and watch anything I can about the Lewis and Clark expedition, and I especially like that stretch of territory. Wish I had 30 days of vacation and some friends who were willing to go along.
haha. no ive seen it a few times, and like the movie. is this the old "shadow cast" pitt was doing? sorry when i saw the pic my fly fishing autism kicked in, cuz it does look like hes gonna get some "wind knots"
Montanafag here. The Yellowstone is breddy gud, particularly the part that flows through the Paradise Valley. Pic related
some of my favs
Indiana Jones and (RLA or LC)
kind of turned into childhood nostalgia list sorry.
Isn't the guy in that cover pic fucking up the flycast horrendously? What happened to the 10-2 rule? Whenever I mess up a cast it's because I went too far back, to and he's going retardly far back.
>no one has mentioned Touching the Void
Watched it this morning on netflix.
Oblivion... The entire movie sucked, but that little house on the lake gets me going /out/ wise. I wouldn't mind having my own place like that... preferably along a stream so I can do some fly fishing.
the man who would be king
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