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The Grey

Regissert av Joe Carnahan
USA, 2011
Action, Thriller


In Alaska, an oil drilling team struggle to survive after a plane crash strands them in the wild. Hunting the humans are a pack of wolves who see them as intruders.

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The Grey Regissert av Joe Carnahan
Joe Carnahan’s moody, macho action classic is as much a reverie on manhood and mortality as it is a terrifying thriller about a group of plane-crash survivors in Alaska being attacked by wild animals.
January 18, 2019
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Carnahan—whose career contains as many unrealized or cancelled projects as completed ones—specializes in macho themes, sometimes exaggerating them to cartoonish proportions (as in his underrated take on The A-Team, which also starred Neeson), at other times deconstructing them. The Grey, his most accomplished film, is a thorough and surprisingly philosophical dismantling of the wilderness survival thriller, and one of the grimmest movies to come out of Hollywood in the last decade.
December 05, 2014
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…Mostly I just want to watch Liam Neeson fight a wolf. Since the point has been pressed, yes, I do recognize that this is a fundamentally superficial desire. But then, a lot of man-hours at union scale went into implanting—implanting, not satiating—this desire in my brain. Dude, you’re the one who brought it up. It seems somewhat in bad faith for The Grey’s writer-director Joe Carnahan to interrogate an appetite of his own devising.
January 10, 2013
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  • chanandre's rating of the film The Grey

    That poignant shot of Ottway (oddway?) lookin' up & cussing to "god", asking for a shot at surviving, begging for a miracle. How Bergman-y/Dreyer-y was that? No use>they all die. No country for men. No forgiveness. No redemption. No happy ending. Most, decent family men. Wallets collected as dog tags off of fallen soldiers. Wolves' den as hell.THE best plane crash I've seen on the last decade(puts "Flight" to shame).

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film The Grey

    A literate Hollowoodized action-thriller in these modern times? Yup. The Grey is a film that despite its action-blockbuster elements is still heartfelt. It's an existentialist mediation on death, mortality, and what it means to be (and to stay) alive. One of the most poetic and affecting films with blockbuster elements in the post-modern age. It has it all, from: action to drama, emotion, and (gasp!) higher meaning.

  • Palmat's rating of the film The Grey

    Truly harrowing and depressing yet powerful and certainly worth watching. I really liked the cinematography and score which drove the emotional points home. Points also goes out to Neeson who really shines for the first time in ages.

  • Harry Rossi's rating of the film The Grey

    I enjoyed this movie leagues more than I thought I would. Liam Neeson is fantastic and the ending is badass as all hell. Wish the cinematography was a little better and showed off some of that beautiful landscape a little more but oh well. This is truly the definition of an all out entertaining movie.

  • This is Jake Kath's rating of the film The Grey

    Its like Jack London wrote The Thing while taking out the creepy elements and replacing them with religious undertones. But the undertones don't over-weigh the movie. This seems like a good father/son bonding movie. It makes me wanna run out to the wilderness and tackle a bear. Powerful.

  • Tigrão's rating of the film The Grey

    Problem was, despite a really good premise, good actors, and a good director, the film plays too much on the 'badass' situations, terrible dialogues, and the danger that encountered every slasher film: the villain is known too early, and we don't feel scared by the wolves at some point. Liam Neeson is good, as always. And come on, take out these disgusting flashback shots of him and his wife. That's awful.

  • Ryan Estabrooks's rating of the film The Grey

    Fantastic film, it certainly has a rawness to it that puts you in survival mode. All this talk about how realistic the wolves are is beside the point of the film. The big question is, when you die, who will you be thinking about? And what will you look back on? Check out my podcast episode on this film here:

  • Matthew_Lucas's rating of the film The Grey

    Liam Neeson survives a plane crash in Alaska only to be hunted by a pack of ravenous wolves in this first rate thriller directed by Joe Carnahan (NARC). A smart, character driven thriller that gives Neeson one of his strongest roles in years. Takes a potentially goofy genre plot and turns it into something lean and powerful. A rare stand-out January release. Heartbreaking & terrifying.

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