Lessons From Your ForeBEARS — Walking Out

Matt Bomer and Josh Wiggins in Walking Out

Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog

There’s a truly wonderful moment in Alex and Andrew Smith’s survival drama, Walking Out, that not only encapsulates the themes and dramatic tension of the film itself, but all of the major modern wilderness films that came before it. Sitting against a tree, hunter Cal (Matt Bomer), sees a young deer. It approaches him…

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