• Cinematic Justice

    ★★ Added by Cinematic Justice

    If you want to see survivors of a plane crash picked off one at a time, this is the film for you! My biggest concern (aside from the fact that Liam Neeson is wasting his talents as an action star with fairly weak films) is that the way wolves were depicted here could start a wolf-killing fad similar to how Jaws did with sharks.


  • trostlerp

    ★★★★½ Watched by trostlerp 20 Dec, 2014

    Now You’re A Man, A Man, Man, Man

    Wow, what an awesome film. A rare film that gets better as it goes on, all the way until the end. As minor characters started falling by the wayside and each core member of the survivors began to hold more substance (or at least the illusion of substance), I became more and more engrossed in THE GREY. I know it’s based on a short story, but this would make an unbelievable novel,…


  • A Room with a Moose

    ★★★★ Watched by A Room with a Moose 19 Dec, 2014

    Granted, maybe the whole part about the killer wolves is not 100% realistic and the premise is way too similar to movies like "The Edge" but nevertheless this was a pretty raw survival tale that deals with themes such as death, the loss of faith, man against nature, desperation, hope, suicide and depression.

    The whole situation is already quite hard just with the group trying to find a way out of the mountains in the middle of a strong winter…


  • Noyer

    ★★★½ Watched by Noyer 15 Dec, 2014

    Not quite the sucker punch of a film I was hoping it would be, but an interesting meditation on death none-the-less.


  • Craig Dawson

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Craig Dawson 14 Dec, 2014

    After their plane crashes in Alaska, six oil workers are led by a skilled huntsman to survival, but a pack of merciless wolves haunts their every step.

    Rewatch of one of the pleasant surprises from 2012. I love The Grey, it's pretty much the perfect modern "man vs elements" survial film. Unfortunately this was dismissed in some quarters as another Liam Neeson action film in the vein of Taken which is so far from the truth.

    Neeson himself is fantastic,…


  • dave

    ½ Watched by dave 14 Dec, 2014

    Arrrgg kost frustrating ending ever. Seriously, i am actually pissed off because of the wy this movie ends. Fuuuck just like 1 more minute of footage, one more minute of story, would that have been so fucking hard? I enjoyed this flick, up until the ending, now i get mad when i think about it. Really mad.


  • Kelly Magovern

    ★★★ Watched by Kelly Magovern 13 Dec, 2014

    It's basically just a survivalist horror movie, but Liam Neeson brings a gravitas that elevates it to something more. It dragged for me in some parts, and I doubt I'd ever want to revisit this, but as a one-time deal I did enjoy it. (By the way, the cold would definitely do me in before the wolves. ;P)


  • joelhwa

    ★★½ Watched by joelhwa 15 Jan, 2013



  • wbmalone

    ★★★ Added by wbmalone

    Bit silly but kept me watching.


  • ChasingTheDawn

    ★★ Added by ChasingTheDawn

    You only got these stars because of Liam Neeson. They played us like a damn fiddle!


  • Nathan Richardson

    ★★★★★ Added by Nathan Richardson

    The Grey is a 2012 wilderness survival movie directed by Joe Carnahan and stars Liam Neeson. The movie depicts an adrenaline filled actioner about a group of oil workers who not only have to survive a plane crash, the ice cold surroundings they are left in, but also a pack of man eating wolves. The film plays out as a run-of-the-mill survival tale but excels itself as a deep psychological thriller. The Grey elegantly plays with the themes of love, loss, faith, and death so well that audiences can enjoy it as an amazing thriller or a breathtaking character piece.

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  • Adam Theeye Pittman

    ★★½ Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now at your local cinema, I would strongly recommend parents guidance on this film, with that being said I am not too sure what to say about this film. Simply because this film project on reflection, does very much have potential, but however if you are a long-term film patrons you can find getting into the atmosphere of the film easy but then it can be easy to see what is going to happen…