The Grey


The Grey

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The Grey is an exciting tale of survival, populated with fleshed-out characters and a surprising philosophical agenda.



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In The Grey, Liam Neeson leads an unruly group of oil-rig roughnecks when their plane crashes into the remote Alaskan wilderness. Battling mortal injuries and merciless weather, the survivors have only a few days to escape the icy elements - and a vicious pack of rogue wolves on the hunt - before their time runs out. -- (C) Open Road Films

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Ben Bray
as Hernandez
Anne Openshaw
as Ottway's Wife
Jonathan James Bitonti
as Ottway (5 years old)
James Bitonti
as Ottway's Father
Ella Kosor
as Talget's Little Girl
Jacob Blair
as Cimoski
Lani Gelera
as Flight Attendant
Larissa Stadnichuk
as Flight Attendant
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  • Jan 20, 2019
    I can't believe it took me so long to get around to watching The Grey. What a ride. Don't know that it's realistic but damn it was good. Put me in that wolf pack. Would I be instantly dismembered? Sure, but you get that on the big jobs.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Jun 26, 2016
    One of many of the 'Man Vs Nature' sub-genre, The Grey is about a team crash landing in a snowstorm and having to survive a pack of wolves as they try to hunt them down. Whilst not a perfect survival movie, this is a darn good one albeit a super depressing tale. This is probably Neeson's best role from his recent films due to his character being very complex and damaged. The supporting cast also had back story and we slowly get to know each one as the film goes on. However, during these scenes the film does slow down so there are a few pacing issues. The wolves are brutal, clever and (after watching the film) down right frightening. Being set in Alaska and during a snowstorm, it can be difficult to see during some scenes but it isn't that bad that it ruins the film. Overall, this is a quality film and definitely a highlight in Neeson's filmography.
    Luke A Super Reviewer
  • Apr 20, 2016
    Extremely tense from start to finish, mildly boring at times though. The Grey isn't as action-packed as its marketing would've suggested. It's more of a drama than a thriller really and its packed full of hidden messages and boasts an extremely smart plot interpreted from Ian Mackenzie Jeffers' short story The Ghost Walker. There's really not a lot of fun to be had at all but that's to be expected when a film is released called The Grey and stars Liam Neeson. His acting is on par as always and the script is really well done. Its a nice piece of unpolished, visceral filmmaking.
    Harry W Super Reviewer
  • Mar 21, 2016
    Hell yes, I simply enjoyed this Movie.
    Lilo C Super Reviewer

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