If you like the movie Sanctum or 127 Hours, you will surely like this fight-for-your-survival flick too...I've seen this just yesterday and its really worth watching.
This film is not the typical B-rated human-killing movie by predators. There are substantial character’s development, especially to Liam Neeson who portrayed as John Ottway, the main character that leads the group of survivors from the deadly attack by the wolves in the wild Alaska.
What’s good on this film is not purely on how good the plot is or how well the casts performed or how extreme the wolves can be against the humans. The film also highlights the significance of man’s interior struggle for survival. This theme is being carried out very well throughout the whole film. Some might give up even their life after trying so hard and tired over so many things ( in this film, the freezing nature of the place and the numerous approach by the deadly wolves). It’s not intended to teach the viewers to perceive life negatively, but sees it with depth.(And another film of Liam, what do you expect?of course, its freaking awesome!)
Synopsis from Google:
‘The Grey’ is a 2012′s thriller film with story revolves on a number of men stranded in wild Alaska after a plane crash, who are forced to survive using little more than their wits, as a pack of grey wolves stalks them. The movie’s title (The Grey) is more than just referring to the grey wolves portrayed in this film that did numerous attacks to the plane-crash survivors. The title also refers to the overall setting and mood of the film, in a mostly black and white environment with dark event within the snow. A simple title, yet provides amazing multiple representation of the movie overall.
Movie synopsis from Google.