The Grey 2012

The film tells of a group of oil-rig workers who find themselves stranded on the freezing Alaskan tundra after their plane home crashes.
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MA15+
Strong violence, survival themes and coarse language

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From the powerhouse producing team of Ridley and Tony Scott, the film tells of a group of oil-rig workers who find themselves stranded on the freezing Alaskan tundra after their plane home crashes. Their efforts to survive and find a way home to their loved ones are threatened when the men come under attack by a pack of vicious, aggressive wolves, who see the humans as intruders in their territory who must be killed.

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117mins

Critic Reviews

  • Wolf it down – The Grey Review

    Reviewed by Simon Miraudo

    Liam Neeson has spent much of his career playing larger than life characters, both real and fictional: Oskar Schindler, Zeus, Aslan, Rob Roy, Ra’s al Ghul, Qui-Gon Jinn, John ‘Hannibal’ Smith. Yet,...

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Member Reviews

  • Good story,should have been much better.

  • The worst movie I have ever seen with a respectable actor in it.

  • Liam Neeson was wonderful, but the rest were Ego driven men. Alot of the wolf face was repeated in film and didn't look real; nor did the set of wolf eyes.

  • Fantastic

  • Liam Neesan seems to drawn to these dark and gritty movies and this is definitely not for the kids. Plane crash, people eaten by wolves ...

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