Blink your eyes and you've lost track of them, but one of the interesting things about the experience is that you don't want to lose track; though the film moves as slowly as its hikers, it demands, and deserves, to be watched closely. (The cinematographer was Inti Briones.) show more
The story is carefully constructed, with moments that seem offhand initially, but are later revealed as crucial. show more
One of the finest of the year, The Loneliest Planet is based on a short story by Tom Bissell that's itself inspired by a famous Hemingway work, "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber." show more
Need a 0 star option. What a hunk of bordom. I would not recommend this movie even to the most eccentric of my filmy friends. Put it on your not to watch list.
Is there an option for 0 stars. Utter waste of time. This movie hinges on a \"moment\" that supposedly you can\'t miss... well I say miss it and the whole movie as well. The trailer is misleading it implies tension and drama; there is NOT any. Characters 0/10 Story 0/10 Camera 1/10 Music N/A
Beautiful photography. Well-considered story line.