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Kon-Tiki Official Trailer #2 (2012) - Joachim Rønning Movie HD

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Kon-Tiki Official Trailer #2 (2012) - Joachim Rønning Movie HD
Ostensibly the story about legendary explorer Thor Heyerdahl and his epic crossing of the Pacific on a balsa wood raft in 1947.

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Such an underrated movie.
One of the best I've ever seen!

by M_Dutch97 5 years ago

This is a great movie! So underrated! I highly recommend it!

by Creakush Coliko 6 years ago

I watched the documentary with the real Thor Heyerdahl as a kid and found it awesome. I later read the book which is both a great adventure and a study of human courage and endurance, while showing evidence that primitive man could cross vast stretches of ocean. This movie does an excellent job recreating the actual voyage that Heyerdahl and his team undertook. Sadly he passed away several years before this movie was made; it would have been nice to know his feelings about it.

by Al Cd 4 years ago

I haven't seen this movie. But believe it or not I have actually met the great man Thor Heyerdahl himself in the 80s. A very gentle and charming character. More of an academic than an adventurer I would say. He told me that the most dangerous trip unbelievably was not Kon-Tiki but his first trip to Fatu Hiva in the 30s.

by jiros00 6 years ago

The VFX in this movie is absoulutely incredible and breathtaking.

by Nicklas 4 years ago

Thor & Co. were a true example of mankind's determination for discovery. Kudos to the movie team for sending us back in time and experience this fantastic adventure of the human spirit.

by JMaldonado64 5 years ago

The book explains how the green balsa wood saved them from destruction. The sap countered the salt water. Had they used aged balsa wood, the wood would have absorbed the salt water, and sank the Kon-tiki!

by John Rogan 5 years ago

Thor Heyerdahl and his men travel 8000 km over the Pacific, when he finally arrives at Polynesia he opens up the letter from his wife which only contain bitching about him not spending enough time with her and the kids and she is going to take everything he owns and leave him.

The moral of this movie is: Women are only a burden.

by geirtwo 5 years ago

Looking forward to this. Thor Heyerdahl is truly an inspiration

by SuperSportsBro 7 years ago

My mother worked at the post office in Lillehammer during the winter olympics in 94. She helped Thor's wife getting hold of a collection of stamps or something and as thanks he sent us two signed personal pictures from RA II.

by chocograph 3 years ago

Sometimes my country makes me proud of being able to make such good film's as This and Troll hunter.. norway<3

by Spartan Warrior 6 years ago

I was 8 years old when i saw this movie at the cinema. And i still understood the plot and everything that happened. I even remember everything from the film, and i have only seen it once😅

by Ellinor04 1 years ago

Pål Sverre Valheim Hagen is such a beautiful man.He reminds me of a young James

by Mush Rodriguez 6 years ago

I'd love to see this movie. But the book is one of my all-time favorites and I've read it several times. It's a shame that Heyerdahl's theory proved to be wrong.

by azimuth361 7 years ago

While the story of Thor Heyerdahl is an interesting one Iʻd much rather watch a movie about the greatest navigators and explores of all time who purposely sailed to Peru to bring the sweet potato into the Pacific. The story of the Hokuleʻa, Mau Piailug, Eddie Aikau, and how the Polynesian Voyaging Society revitalized wayfinding across the Pacific is so much more compelling than a guy who thought that Polynesians werenʻt smart enough to settle the islands of Oceania except by mistake (drift).

by A Stone 7 years ago

the book is amazing! i'm going to watch this!

by twint1p 7 years ago

what an amazing film, it has some of the best ocean cinematography shots imo

by Choong Ching Teo 7 years ago

just watched the movie......beautiful in a simple way, with a feel of reality. Enjoyble, to say the least

by Dodo M 7 years ago

I Saw it ffor a week a go and the movie was one of the greatest film i ever scene the best film im havve saw is the shawshank Redemption

by Thomas Lundstrom 7 years ago

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