Mountain MenThe movie follows two estranged brothers, Topher and Cooper who go to a remote cabin of their family. However, many incidents happen, they lose their car, burn down the cabin, then get left in the cold mountain in cold winter. Now they must learn how to team up as brothers to get out of that situation.Keywords:
Actors of "Mountain Men"
Directors of "Mountain Men"Cameron Labine
Creators of "Mountain Men"Cameron Labine
Critic Reviews of "Mountain Men"Los Angeles TimesJanuary 29, 2016
While some of the interpersonal revelations and inner character struggle feel decidedly familiar, treading the waters of the male coming-of-age tale, the setting is novel and the added dramatics of their adventure freshen the story.New York TimesJanuary 28, 2016
There are three good laughs in "Mountain Men" and two modestly dramatic sections. That averages out to a decent moment every 18 minutes.Village VoiceJanuary 26, 2016
Though Topher forges ahead bravely, it's all too clear that he's headed toward an underwhelming conclusion.Globe and MailSeptember 04, 2015
Mountain Men delivers big heart, some big laughs and authentic character development observed through sharp, but always natural, dialogue.Toronto StarSeptember 03, 2015
The script has plenty of salty language and dialogue that rings authentic. The story is well-constructed with a conclusion that will leave you smiling. And the scenery in and around Revelstoke, B.C. is awesome.NYC Movie GuruJanuary 31, 2016
A refreshingly heartfelt, warm and tender film.Austin ChronicleJanuary 28, 2016
Writer/director Cameron Labine finds a trail that feels reasonably fresh, due in no small measure to the warm comedic talent of co-star Tyler Labine.NOW TorontoSeptember 09, 2015
Fleet and likeable.National PostAugust 28, 2015
In Mountain Men, Labine and his cast achieve a hard-to-strike balance of comedy and heart-felt drama while maintaining a subtleness that respects your adult attention span.Georgia StraightAugust 26, 2015
Tyler Labine carries a lot of the film against his straight man Crawford, like the grizzled spawn of Seth Rogen and Jack Black -- a jovial head in parkas and earflap toques.
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