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Captain Fantastic Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Viggo Mortensen, Frank Langella Movie HD

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Captain Fantastic Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Viggo Mortensen, Frank Langella Movie HD

In the forests of the Pacific Northwest, a father devoted to raising his six kids with a rigorous physical and intellectual education is forced to leave his paradise and enter the world, challenging his idea of what it means to be a parent.

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  1. One of the best movies i've seen lately. Makes me think how I want to raise my kids later!

  2. A very thoughtful, thought-provoking movie. I watched it twice. I hardly ever do that. And I'll watch it again, despite the anti-Christian blather of the main character (Mortensen). Truth is where you find it, folks.

  3. so far 🤔 half way through now…it's a very painful experience watching this movie…

  4. Best movie teaches us that we can live a perfect life with nature if you have right partner. Loved how great a father he is

  5. 1- Make excellent movie
    2- take it to the people
    3- Listen to loads positive feedback.
    4- Rehire cast and make it into a high budget series.
    5- Profit like a MF

  6. So Gavin Belson goes to Tibet and returns as a great indie director and also manages hooli part time. Damn I should visit Tibet

  7. Fantsstic movie, I noticed though that a lot of people miss the part where Ben, despite raising his kids in what can only be considered masterful way, he was depriving them of having any choice of living in a "modern" society, they would always behave like hermits and outsiders. Until the end of course.

  8. Spoiler: Can someone please tell me why his elder son goes to Namibia at the end? And are the children really waiting for the school bus at the end? I don't get it since the movie is against that philosophy. Thanks

  9. I watched this movie last night with a friend and I can only say one word – FANTASTIC. It’s truly a beautiful movie!

  10. Like Star Wars, Silence of the lambs, Se7en and No country for old man this movie changed me. Took me to another world for an hour and moore.

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