Liam Neeson, Dermot Mulroney, Frank Grillo, Dallas Roberts
Joe Carnahan (Screenplay), Joe Carnahan (Director), Ian Mackenzie Jeffers (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 11th, 2011
Runtime: 1 hour, 57 minutes
After suffering a violent plane crash, a group of oil drillers is stranded in the most remote wilderness of Alaska, far from any chance of being rescued. Exposed to the icy cold and extreme living conditions, the few survivors, led by Ottway, an experienced hunter, will endure the tireless persecution of a pack of huge wolves.
The Grey is a movie that follows a number of men stranded in Alaska after a plane crash, and forced to survive using little more than their wits as a group of wolves come after them. The f...
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Unfortunately, like too many mediocre horror movies The Grey also fails to develop a decent cast to care about, which is a problem considering how much the film actually emphasises psychological drama over high-adrenaline thrills.
It is a gritty and at times brutal film that uses its environment and the wolves to create a thrilling horror aspect, the film has us gripped throughout and we can really feel the characters dire situation in this film.