I don't think that this is merely a survival movie. It delivers a very, very great story: friends, family. Three of the main characters are ah-so-lovely (Joe is handsome too so +1). The musics playing are very great, I would love to hear them outside the movie. The cinematography tho: very brilliant. Anyway, Biaggio is.. ridiculous. I wonder what makes Joe took Biaggio on the house (still don't get it).
This film amuses, excites, and hurts with its transformative story of young male camaraderie, adventure, betrayal, and survival in society and nature alike with quirky performances, dazzling poetic imagery, and edgy approach to the tides of adolescence and the wilderness.
A warm and fuzzy friendships-and-heartbreaks story not unlike the slew of teen movies from the 80s and 90s. Though the dialogue felt far too sophisticated for the youths, and the lead felt painfully actor-y at times, the humour was still fresh and funny (coming mainly from the supporting cast). Equal parts outrageous and subtle. Overall it had a great look with a fun vibe and was pleasantly surprising.