The Grey is a perfect example of false advertising. Much like last year’s Unknown, this film seeks to replicate the success of Taken by marketing itself as a nonstop action film. This is not the case, however. In truth, The Grey is something so much better. Directed by Joe Carnahan, it tells the story of a small group of men, the only survivors of a plane crash in the mountains of Alaska, that must try to survive and get to safety, all while avoiding a pack of wolves that are picking them off one by one. Continue reading
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