• link_be

    ★★★ Watched by link_be 21 Nov, 2014

    Snow, freezing wind and death...
    Liam is not the one who knocks this time.
    This movie is about survival but maybe too much ;)


  • cwcarruth23

    ★★★½ Watched by cwcarruth23 19 Nov, 2014

    Liam Neeson never fails to impress me, and once again in this film I am impressed. Despite the movie not being completely what I thought it was going to be, I still enjoyed it!

    The everlasting suspenseful moments of this movie is what really kept my attention when I would start to get bored here and there, and especially worrying if anything was going to happen to good 'ol Liam! It was sad to see the different characters get killed…


  • esosh

    ★★★★ Watched by esosh 17 Nov, 2014

    Fucking wolves running around, teasing, howling and preying and shit.. Damn..


  • Devon Rosenberg

    ★★★★ Added by Devon Rosenberg

    I saw this movie the first time I ever got high. It was weird.


  • Kaisersoze

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Kaisersoze 16 Nov, 2014

    A criminally under-rated film that cemented Liam Neeson's rise to the top of the action-thriller market, and is actually far deeper than one might expect from viewing the trailers. The direction by Joe Carnahan is spot on and most of the characters feel real enough that you come to care about their survival. Featuring a note-perfect ending, this is not one to watch with your squeamish significant other.


  • Joey

    ★★★★★ Added by Joey

    I take my five star ratings very seriously. There are truly great, classic movies I will only give 4.5 stars because it takes a LOT for me to consider a movie 5-Star A+ Perfect. This movie was the first since Fellowship of the Ring to earn that distinction, and it couldn't be more different from that movie.

    The Grey is a stark, beautiful poem about death. That's really all I can say without writing an essay. To me, this movie is perfect.


  • Jodyle

    ★★★½ Added by Jodyle

    Εκεί που σου πετάει το απρόσμενο, εκεί σου παραθέτει και το προβλέψιμο κι εκεί που πεθαίνεις για τη ζωή, εκεί ζεις για να πεθάνεις. Νομίζω στην τελική ότι αυτό ήταν και το μυστικό του.


  • Adrian Zachow

    ★★★½ Watched by Adrian Zachow 30 Sep, 2012

    Often horrific survival drama about 7 plane crash survivors fighting for their lives against a pack of woods in the wilderness. Liam Neeson puts in a commanding performance and there is the chillingly effective sound design and impactful editing (and gore) to ramp up the tension and scares, but the film sometimes has moments in which it tries to approach themes of spirituality and comes off as a bit pretentious. Not a deal breaker though - a solid thriller.


  • Joseph B

    ★★★★½ Added by Joseph B

    Joe Carnahan’s moody and atmospheric survival thriller resonates. What’s most interesting about “The Grey”, besides its unilateral approach to non-commercial expectations in a commercial release, is its open-to-interpretation narrative and denouement. The wolves, designed solely as glaring eyes in the darkness and CGI rendering, may be real or they could all be paranoid projections of the mind by the sick and genuinely disaffected survivors. Like “Narc”, Carnahan seems fascinated by memories of loss and regret and their powerful impact on…


  • Anthony

    Watched by Anthony 09 Nov, 2014

    More standout photography from Takayanagi, who brings a visceral poetry to his handheld images of aspiring survivors in a tundra and a thrilling disorientation to his action shots by sticking close by The Grey's prototypical survivalist hero (knowledgeable tough-guy/guarded loner/no-nonsense leader/Liam Neeson). Carnahan keeps his action magnificently matter of fact and keeps his campfire banter unadorned (aside from a hammy flashback to Neeson's boyhood and an eye-rolling exchange about his suicidal tendencies), even if his supporting characters are the sort…


  • Jason MD-P

    ★★★★ Watched by Jason MD-P 24 Oct, 2014

    Fantastic! Brooding, harrowing, and suspenseful. Not a particularly hopeful film, but I suppose if you've got nothing else, it's good to go down fighting.


  • Sarfaraz Abbasi

    ★★★★ Added by Sarfaraz Abbasi

    It is full of thrill, and nature at its harshest. Liam Neeson plays it with utmost sincerity. Some critics and audience have shown disapproval at 'ending' of the movie, which even I was going to dislike until I talked with my brother, who is avid fan of this sort of plot, i-e plane crashing in wilderness etc. where there is no sign of man, and survivors have to look after their survival, food, water, and above all being spotted by…