Action / Adventure / Biography / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 25404


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Adam Driver as Rick
Mia Wasikowska as Robyn
Emma Booth as Marg
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Robin Sturrus 4 / 10

Not as great as I expected.

The movie has quite a high rating, so I was excited about seeing it. Similar movies like Into The Wild and Walk appealed to me, so I gave this one a go.

Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. The movie is about a 1700 mile journey alone through the desert, yet she's hardly ever alone in the movie. The shots are so focused on her that you don't get the sense of scale of the journey she's undertaking and it hardly ever seems like she's in any real trouble. All in all, during the movie I did not see what made the journey so tough.

Then there's the character herself. In my eyes, there's not enough background to understand her reasoning for undertaking such a significant journey. She just 'wants to'. The relationship between Robyn and the photographer also seems to come out of nowhere.

The acting by Mia is proper for what she has to do. The same goes for other main characters.

I feel like the movie shows just half of the important things, or just misses the sense of grandness, if you will, to make it spectacular. And for that reason, I was quite disappointed and will only award "Tracks" with 4*.

Reviewed by Osmar Coelho 10 / 10

Adventourous tracks across the Australian soul

Common people do things that seem impossible and uncommon. What appears a crazy journey is just an endless meeting. When the leading woman character realizes it, she starts to smile and embrace each problem, tragedy, lack of water crossing the desert as part of her life journey. Every single moment communicates and gives small drops of wisdom. By the way, a proverb say the hardest step in a journey is the first. Tracks are unique and endless. Take your own. In fact, ways chose and draw tracks across our life stories. Wise film!

Reviewed by denis888 6 / 10

Visually Rich, Emotionally Stunning, Albeit A Bit Slow

It is not an easy feat to make such slow, serious, moody, thoughtful, visually rich but eventwise sparse movies like Tracks. The very story is the real life traveling of a woman named Robyn Davidson, along with her doggie and 4 camels. Australia is a very unfriendly continent with its dire desert, merciless sun, dry arid air, cruel winds, lack of rain and plenty of sand and flies as well as pests in heated air. And yet, people live there and life goes on well there, as well. Mia Wasikowska does a great job as a main hero, and Adam Driver serves very well as a bit awkward but deeply sympathetic photographer. Their duo holds strong, with all the cameo roles and short appearances of numerous actors. One strong word of warning to all those who're going to peruse this film - it is rather slow, moody and deeply dreamy. If you're after fast wild action flicks, stay away from this one. But if you're interested in slower and moodier pieces of cinema, you're for a right track. In fact, this film only made me bewildering more how some brave people can try such dangerous trips alone and in such unfriendly country climatewise. They do, and they prove that a man is strong.

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