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The 33 (2015)

The 33 is a movie starring Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, and Juliette Binoche. Based on the real-life event, when a gold and copper mine collapses, it traps 33 miners underground for 69 days.

IMDB: 6.91 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.56G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: Spanish
  • Run Time: 120
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for The 33 (2015) 720p

A docudramatic account of the 2010 Chilean mine disaster is presented, where the thirty-three miners who went into the San José Mine in Copiapó, Chile in the middle of the Atacama Desert on August 5 were trapped 700 meters underground for sixty-nine days, with all thirty-three eventually able to make it out of the mine alive. That day, mine foreman, Luis "Don Lucho" Urzúa, reported his concerns to mine owner, Carlos Castillo, about the unstable nature of the mountain under which the mine is located, those concerns which went unheeded. Don Lucho one of the thirty-three, went to work as usual into the mine, when that instability led to collapse in some of the underground shafts, the thirty-three who were able to make it to the refuge area, however with communication channels to the surface inoperable. Under normal circumstances, the refuge area had enough supplies to last thirty men three days. The miners also discovered that the company had failed to place the requisite ladders from ...

The Director and Players for The 33 (2015) 720p

[Director]Patricia Riggen
[Role:]Antonio Banderas
[Role:]Juliette Binoche
[Role:]Rodrigo Santoro
[Role:]James Brolin

The Reviews for The 33 (2015) 720p

Deep downReviewed byPrismark10Vote: 4/10

The tale of the 33 trapped Chilean miners was almost played in real time as it attracted worldwide media attention. It was probably because of this media scrutiny that the Chilean government stepped up the rescue efforts with the aid of international cooperation.

The 33 has a varied cast. Irish Gabriel Byrne, French Juliette Binoche and American Bob Gunton all have a crack at doing some kind of Latino accent. Byrne's character must have spent time in Dublin in the past.

We see the 33 miners as people as they enjoy the barbecue with some Elvis being sung. However when the fateful day arrives, the mine collapses and the miners are trapped we see that their fate hangs in the balance as it is a question whether a rescue team could ever reach them.

Here the story is divided between the trapped miners, the families of the miners making sure that help arrives and cajoling the media in this and the government at first reluctant to get involved in a costly exercise to save 33 men.

Antonio Banderas is Super Mario Sepúlvedaand who tries to keep the trapped men going by rationing food and stopping them from fighting each other. Lou Diamond Phillips is Don Lucho who also tries to keep the men together but feeling guilty for not doing enough about safety concerns.

The film though does come across more as a glorified television film. I just felt that the characters lacked depth, very stereotypical. Binoche the epitome of the angry Latino activist who takes no crap and happily will punch a government minister.

The hallucination scene where the miners eat a gourmet meal just came across as silly and the film just felt pedestrian. Obviously it was going to be difficult to give 33 working class miners sparkling personalities but the film lacks drama whereas the real time news footage of the incident gave it an urgency and a human interest focus.

The World WatchedReviewed bybkoganbingVote: 8/10

Chile during the last century was not a happy place with the overthrow of Allende and the dictatorship of Pinochet. The stories didn't make that country have a good world image. But in a strange cosmic sense Chile rehabilitated itself with this story of the rescue of The 33 miners trapped half a mile below the surface.

Chile's chief exports to the world are copper and nitrates found in the Atacama desert, one of the most forbidding places on the planet. It is said by geologists that there are some spots that have never seen a drop of rain for hundreds of years. This is where the miners work and where the story takes place.

Antonio Banderas usually seen dressed to the nines in film breaks stereotype somewhat as the charismatic leader of the trapped 33 miners. You'd better have charisma if you want to keep 33 men from tearing each other apart for 16 days. The main focus of the film is the interaction of the trapped miners.

On the surface Juliet Binoche also through charisma and chutzpah becomes leader of the families. Not a woman to be trifled with or shuffled off as the government and the mine owners learn. Also to be noted is Lou Diamond Phillips as the mine foreman who tries to tell the management what a dangerous place they have to work in.

You'll like the rescue scenes as all kinds of methods are tried to reach the men. All in all The 33 is a fine bit of cinema.

SurvivalReviewed byDavid FergusonVote: 6/10

Greetings again from the darkness. How do you structure a film based on a true story that lasted 69 days, occurred 5 years ago, and was followed live on TV by half of the global population? Director Patricia Riggen (Girl in Progress, 2012) delivers a film designed to tug on heartstrings, and is based on the book "Deep Down Dark" from Hector Tobar, as well as interviews with the key players.

In 2010, the San Jose copper/gold mine collapsed trapping 33 miners more than 2300 feet under tons of rubble and an unstable rock that dwarfed the Empire State Building. Through some pretty solid special effects, we are there for the collapse. It's this segment and the immediate reactions from the miners that provide the film's best segment. We feel the miner's sense of panic and doom as they begin to come to grips with their plight.

The film rotates between three struggles: the isolation of the miners struggling to survive, the tent city populated by their families struggling to maintain hope, and the Chilean government struggling with the politics and public relations of a rescue mission. From a character standpoint, each of these three segments is given a face. Antonio Banderas as Mario becomes the focal point of the miners. He searches for an escape route, takes charge of the (very limited) food rations, and acts as referee and light of hope in an extremely volatile situation. Juliette Binoche (yes the French actress) is Maria, the sister of one of the trapped miners and the most assertive of those pushing the government to attempt a rescue. Rodrigo Santoro plays Laurence Goldborne, Chile's Minister of Mining, and the one who pushes the government to move forward with the costly rescue mission.

Other key characters include Bob Gunton as Chile's President Pinera, Lou Diamond Phillips as "Don Lucho", the safety inspector, Gabriel Byrne as the chief engineer, James Brolin as Jeff Hart (leading the U.S. drilling team), Naomi Scott as Mario's wife, and three of the other miners: Oscar Nunez, Mario Casas, and Juan Pablo Raba.

The most bizarre segment comes courtesy of miner hallucinations. It's a fantasy-infused Last Supper sequence that plays out to the sounds of a Bellini opera, while the food and drink flow and the family members join in the joy. It's not difficult to imagine the brain taking these poor gentlemen to such places of mental torture.

As if the approach is to make the most viewer-friendly buried miner film possible, we aren't witness to much underground conflict, and the internal bickering within the Chilean government officials is kept to a minimum. We do get to see the media circus that occurred during the ordeal ? of course, most of us witnessed it in real time.

Director Riggen has delivered a film that taps into the multitude of emotions for the different groups of people, rather than concentrating on the miserable situation of the miners. It's a challenge to keep us interested in a true story of which we all know the ending, but most viewers will stay engaged with the characters. It should also be noted that the minimalistic score is some of the last work from the late, great James Horner.

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