Win Two Tickets to ‘All is Lost’, Tell Us Your Favorite Survival Film

Want to win two movie tickets? The Cinematic Katzenjammer is giving away two tickets to one lucky reader. All we need from you is to enter the contest below and leave a comment explaining what you think is the best survival story movie and why. To tie in the contest, check out the interactive poster for Robert Redford’s latest film, the survival-at-sea drama, All is Lost, which opened to a wider release this weekend.

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  • fernandorafael_c2c

    Ooh, cool interactive poster! Very curious about “All is Lost”, since it was filmed in nearby Rosarito (where Titanic was shot as well).

    My favorite survival story is 127 Hours. It’s incredibly harrowing but also very uplifting. Aron Ralston may have only one arm now, but he’s got two huge balls! haha

  • Eric Da Volcano

    Well well well. My favorite survival movie is probably Life of Pi. Coming in at a close second would be Rescue Dawn.

  • Brad

    ‘All Is Lost’ looks amazing and I can’t wait to see it.

    My favorite survival movie would have to be ‘Cast Away’ because not only is Tom Hanks physically trying to keep himself alive but is also fighting his own inner struggle. Wondering about the woman he left behind, mentally disassociating himself, etc. it’s a beautiful, heart wrenching story.

  • mami2jcn

    I recently saw “The Impossible” and thought the acting was incredible.
    Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

  • hobbes21

    My favorite survival story has always been “The Most Dangerous Game.” Due to this my favorite survival films are adaptations of the short story featuring a hunter who likes to hunt humans.

    The best examples are Surviving the Game featuring Rutger Hauer hunting a young Ice-T or the (arguably) more comedic The Pest with John Leguizamo. Both brings different things to the table and can be enjoyed with a few drinks for the ridiculousness. While neither can be considered great films they both have sweet spots in my heart tied to fun memories.