★ The River Wild
The river wild 1994 is an American action adventure Thriller film Directed by Curtis Hanson and starring Meryl Streep, Kevin bacon, David strathairn, John C. Reilly, Benjamin bratt, and Joseph Mazzello as Roark. We are talking about a family rafting trip who encounter two violent criminals in the wilderness.
1. The plot. (Сюжет)
In Boston couple, Gail Meryl Streep and Tom Hartman David strathairn, had any family problems because of his inability to spend time with his family because of his work as an architect. She is a history teacher and former river guide, decides to take his son, Rourke Joseph Mazzello, on a holiday rafting down the salmon river in Idaho, along with their dog, Maggie. Their daughter, Willa, Stephanie Sawyer, accompanies them Gails parents house in Idaho. At the last minute when they are about to leave for almost a week-long trip, Tom joins them. As they went, they meet a trio of other rafters, Wade, Kevin bacon, Terry John C. Reilly, and Frank William Lucking, who appear to be friendly. Therefore, they go on the road, leaving Willa behind to be taken care of grandparents.
In Hartmans to catch up with the trio during the afternoon break, and noticed that Frank was no longer with Wade and Terry. They explain that Frank decided to leave after a quarrel. Unfortunately, Frank was their guide, and Wade and Terrys lack of any experience on the river. In the spirit of cooperation is often found in the backcountry, Gail offers to lead them down to the rest of the river. Before you sit on the water, Maggie found to bark and dig for something buried further up the canyon walls - presumably the Franks of the body. Tom interrupts Maggie before she finds the body and brings it back to the boat. Tom shuddered at Terry, who was sent to Wade to be sure, that does not know what happened with Frank.
After a day of rafting, they make camp for the night, but Tom continues to work on its visualization, but not fully entering the experience, which agitates roarke. They are joined by Wade and Terry who help to celebrate Roarkes birthday that night. Gail becomes friendly with Wade. However, after a while he started behaving suspiciously, and she decides that it would be better to leave. During the day, white water rafting, he reveals to Rourke that they have a weapon with them. As they raft down the river, Gail and Tom discuss strategies that will enable them to leave Wade and Terry behind, and at lunch they attempt to leave on their raft and get away before Wade and Terry realize what is happening.
The attempt fails and Wade pulls the gun on them and assaults Tom. Maggie runs away during the battle, avoiding the throw, Wade. Gail then realizes that an armed robbery she had heard about was conducted by Wade and Terry, and rafting is actually a way for them to leave. Knowing that they are criminals, Hartmans forced down by the river on the fly, before they camped for the night.
During the night, Tom tries to steal the gun from Terry, while he is sleeping, but hears and runs into the bushes and to the river. Wade gives chase and believes he has shot Tom when he hears a loud splash into the water. A Park Ranger named johnny Benjamin Brett, who knows Gail, whitewater Canoeing down the river. He stumbles upon them. Wade holds the gun to Gails back and they pretend that all is well.
Wade and Terry escape plan on rafting a set of rapids named the glove, where rafting is no longer allowed, because in recent years one person was killed and another was left paralyzed. It is known that Gayle is one of only three people who ever experienced this, they forced her to the raft, he, despite her repeated statements that she can no longer move through the water, especially with beginners and roarke. Johnny comes back, tries to warn them to go for a glove that was made illegally. Wade johnny shoots and throws his body in the rapids.
Unbeknownst to Tom who was racing on foot along the canyon rim to get ahead of the raft, in a desperate attempt to save his family. After a harrowing Terry almost drowned, they were able to make it through the gauntlet. Tom appears, and manages to flip the raft. As he fights with Terry, Gail would get a gun.
Wade Gale says there is no need to kill him, and that if she does, he will chase her because she will never be a way to know if she really was. She, knowing Wade believes that a gun has only one round, points it in the air to shoot, but he just clicks on an empty chamber, and then orders Wade Terry to kill Tom and roarke, and Wade goes after Gail. Gail opens the gun and sees that the rest of the cartridge, chamber the last round and mortally wounded by Wade, who took money over. The film ends Hartmans and Terry, who were arrested while in the helicopter.
2. Pre-production and filming. (Подготовки производства и съемок)
In June 1993, Universal studios has begun to consider the areas along the middle fork flathead river and Kootenay river in Montana. They also began to seek permission from the Forest service and the permission of private landowners in the film near the waterfall and the nearby West glacier. Other than Montana on the ground, then the Studio began exploring the territory in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming. Before filming, the crew spent two weeks to conduct research and development for rafting.
Principal photography began in late July 1993. Many of the films violent scenes were filmed on the Kootenay river. Other scenes were filmed on the ruby Horsethief stretch of the Colorado river, the Rogue river in southern Oregon and the middle fork of the Flathead river. The strip made a few of her stunts in the film, on light sections of the river. Basic whitewater stunts were performed by professional guide R. Kelly Kalafatich who was hired as an understudy for Streeps movie.
You were scared at the end of one day of filming when Hanson asked for a Strip to remove another scene, to which she objected because of her exhaustion. However, she decided to try, and weak from fatigue, was swept off the raft into the river and was in danger of drowning she will not sink, because her personal flotation device and rescue team of the river. Then she says to Hanson, "in the future, when I say that I cant do something, I think you have to believe me," to which he agreed.
After shooting all the whitewater sequence in Montana and Oregon, the main cast & crew then went to Boston, Massachusetts to film the remaining scenes from the movie. Production was completed in November.
2.1. Pre-production and filming. Stunts and safety. (Трюки и безопасности)
Many scenes were filmed in the dangerous field that requires specialists rough river to perform tricks and to provide the necessary security for Strip clubs and other actors. The strip also did their own stunts.
3. Music. (Музыка)
The film was originally scored by Maurice Jarre, but after the producers forced him to work, Jerry goldsmith was signed to change the project area for the jewelry making scoring session were used in the 1995 documentary film Music masters: Jerry goldsmith, with extended footage as a DVD bonus. While goldsmith took a different approach to Jarre, both composers turned to folk song "the Water is wide" on your points, Cowboy junkies also recorded a version of the song for the final credits. RCA Victor released the soundtrack on September 13, 1994.
January 19, 2014, Intrada Records released a limited edition album, with a score of jewelers and alternates on disc one and Jarres unused music on two discs. Tracks in bold also appear in the album RCA, mostly under different names.
4. Release. (Релиз)
The film premiered on 30 September 1994 in USA. The film grossed a total of $94.216.343 around the world, earning $46.816.343 in the US and $47.400.000 at the international level.
As of August 2018, the Film holds a rating of 56% on rotten tomatoes, based on 32 reviews. Film critic James Berardinelli praised the production values, cinematography and score, and rate of descent. He also praised the Hansons directing, likening it to how the Hand that rocks the cradle 1992, stating that Hanson, "could manipulate characters and situations in a comfortable frame of a formula plot", and describing the river wild as a "level of excitement designed to submerge deviations and minor gaffes, and a film which "Braves the rapids, keeping the viewer afloat amidst the raging waters." He also praised Streeps high performance as a female hero but described the film As "cut under white-Cam".
Roger Ebert of the "Chicago sun times" also notes the best elements of the film was its cinematography, which he described as "great looking" and the performances by bacon and Streep, he described the latter as "putting a lot humor and intelligence into her character". However, Ebert identified serious flaws in the strength of the plot, noting that "this movie is so predictable in their overall stories that they win or lose with their details. The river wild was constructed from so many ideas, characters and situations transferred from other movies that all the way down the river I kept thinking: been there". He stressed that the lack of trust in the storyline and sheer impossibility of some scenes, particularly involving some of the units, as he is ahead of the pace of the river and his scenes with the cliff and his Swiss army knife.
5.1. Welcome Nominations, awards and recognition. (Номинации, награды и признание)
Streep received Golden globe and screen actors Guild SAG nomination as Best actress for her role a former conductor. Bacon was nominated for a Golden globe for best performance by an actor in a supporting role in the film presented. None of them won the "Golden globe" awards ceremony will be Jessica Lange in blue sky and Martin Landau in ed wood respectively.
In 2003 the American film Institute nominated GAIL as the hero of this movie AFIS 100 years.100 Heroes And Villains.
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