The Grey

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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  • 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 ...

  • The wolves go from horror movie monsters to, well, just wolves and back again. Meanwhile the story is pretty predictable.

  • Don't bother with this one. A couple of well done wolf attacks but that's as far as it goes. Uninteresting bunch of characters with equally uninteresting conversation. They could've really developed the characters, but no. As for Liam Neeson, I've seen him act much better. And his 'know it all' character was irritating.

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