You could compare Hollywood to an over-priced candy factory. One that dazzles in its splendor, but ultimately produces over-the-top variations of the same chocolate bar. A treat that gets less exciting every time you eat it; until you’ve had too much and have to be sick.
The film industry tends to follow a similar business model. It spits out new movies at an alarming rate, but when closely inspected the majority of these resemble nothing more than carbon copies of one another. The only variations consisting of the star power behind each motion picture.
If Mountain were a candy bar, it would be one that’s packaged differently, tastes delightful, and makes you ultimately crave more.
(Read the rest of my review here: http://filmthreat.com/reviews/mountain/)