Bear Grylls Reviews Survival Movies | Vanity Fair

Bear Grylls Reviews Survival Movies | Vanity Fair

Bear Grylls reviews how realistic survival movies are, including The Revenant, Cast Away, Point Break, Titanic, Bird Box, and more. Bear talks about his experience sleeping inside the carcass of a camel, dealing with a malfunctioning parachute, and almost freezing to death. Bear Grylls hosts Nat Geo’s six-part series Hostile Planet, premiering April 1, at 9/8c.

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49 Responses

  1. 2pac says:

    I want Bear Grylls and chef Ramsey to survive in the wild

  2. Vietnamese Andy says:

    Alien invasion
    Bear Grylls: yeah I’ve uhh… actually been in that situation before…

  3. Warribo says:

    “I tented my pants”, lol

  4. Fanny Evelina says:

    no one:

    bear grylls: BASHHSh kroschhh and thats *_the end of the croc_*

  5. // Chris says:

    My hero, I used to watch his all the man vs Wild Hindi dubbed episodes in my school’s summer vacation he still looks the same.

  6. skolkor says:

    *Watching Planet of the Apes*
    Bear Grylls: I’ve been in that situation before.

  7. okuplok says:

    (sees guy go inside a horse)
    “I’ve done that before with a camel, good times”

    – bear grylls quote #3253

  8. The Games kingdom says:

    *Gollum falls into lava*
    Bear Grylls: “Yeah I’ve actually been in that situation before…”

  9. Dan Penberthy says:

    ‘Man dies in film’
    Bear: Yeah, I remember seeing his corpse when I was up there. Good times

    • Arcaileon Adrailmo says:

      +Andre3K Not being rude to anyone but if they do remove they’re bodies ain’t it gonna be one big Popsicle ice by how long they were left up there ?

    • Dickcheeseburger48 says:

      Im sure I read that some of the bodies are pushed down slopes to get them off the paths and get them to a lower altitude but in all reality almost no one will risk their life to retrieve the bodies as there’s a high likelihood they’ll also perish up there. Helicopters can’t fly that high so there’s currently no safe way of getting them down.

    • Michael says:

      Andre3K Depends where the body is, if it’s low on the mountain they can get it in clear conditions.

    • Eaglemna says:

      He said the body was close to the pinnacle

  10. Saurabh Ghosh says:

    *Plot Twist :*

    Bear Grylls became a survival expert by watching these movies.

  11. Bobs and Vegana says:

    *sneezes*
    Bear: Yes, I’ve actually been in this situation before…

  12. Smile Tea says:

    I bet he’ll be that grandfather everyone listens to on family events.

  13. Dawson Sennes says:

    7:58 “And that’s the end of the croc”

    STEVE IRWIN HAS LEFT THE CHAT

  14. Encrypted User says:

    *Titanic ship sinks*
    Bear grylls : I’ve been in this situation before.

  15. zynbw says:

    *Nobody:*
    *Bear Grylls:* time to drink my own pee!

  16. AR 19 says:

    His voice brings back so many good memories 😫😫😫

  17. Wendy’s says:

    Shows clip of normal dinner

    Bear grylls: yeah, I’ve actually never been in the situation…

  18. iiTocksiK says:

    Bird Box: *happens*
    Bear Grylls: Yeah, I could use the monsters as shelter for the night

  19. Sam Harris says:

    To the fellas saying he’s fraud. He actually did climb mount Everest. He was in the SAS. Most people call it fake but that’s just because of his show “Man Vs. Wild” he never claimed he was actually alone and surviving there. The show was about showing people HOW to survive in the wild and give them tips.

  20. Zelmerlow says:

    Shows a clip of Matthew McConaughey sinking through a black hole in Interstellar
    Bear Grylls: “I’ve actually been there, wandering through dimensions can really messed up your back”

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