The Grey

The Grey

Director: Joe Carnahan Cast: Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney
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Overview

The Grey

Liam Neeson stars in producer/director Joe Carnahan's tense adventure thriller about a group of tough-as-nails oil rig workers who must fight for their lives in the Alaskan wilderness after their airplane crashes miles from civilization. With supplies running short and hungry wolves closing in, the shaken survivors face a fate worse than death if they don't act fast. Dermot Mulroney, Dallas Roberts, and Frank Grillo co-star.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/15/2012
UPC: 0025192131745
Original Release: 2011
Rating: R
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:58:00
Sales rank: 970

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Feature commentary with Co-Writer/Director Joe Carnahan

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Liam Neeson Ottway
Frank Grillo Diaz
Dermot Mulroney Talget
Dallas Roberts Hendrick
Joe Anderson Flannery
Nonso Anozie Burke
Ben Bray Hernandez
James Badge Dale Lewenden
Anne Openshaw Ottway's Wife
Peter Girges Company Clerk
Jonathan James Bitonti Ottway (5 years old)
James Bitonti Ottway's Father
Ella Kosor Talget's Little Girl
Jacob Blair Cimoski
Lani Gelera Flight Attendant
Larissa Stadnichuk Flight Attendant
Ben Foster Conductor

Technical Credits
Joe Carnahan Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Roger Barton Editor
Howard Berger Makeup Special Effects
James Bitonti Asst. Director
Nancy Anna Brown Set Decoration/Design
Marc Butan Executive Producer
Leah Carnahan Associate Producer
Jules Daly Producer
Courtney Daniel Costumes/Costume Designer
Ross Dempster Art Director
Ross Fanger Executive Producer
Ben Foster Musical Arrangement
Lynn Givens Associate Producer
Jason Hellman Editor
Ian Mackenzie Jeffers Screenwriter
Bill Johnson Executive Producer
Mickey Liddell Producer
Jennifer Hilton Monroe Executive Producer
Gregory Nicotero Makeup Special Effects
John Papsidera Casting
Brian Leslie Parker Production Manager
Douglas Saylor Co-producer
Tony Scott Executive Producer
Ridley Scott Producer
Jim Seibel Executive Producer
Adi Shankar Executive Producer
Spencer Silna Executive Producer
Marc Streitenfeld Score Composer
Masanobu Takayanagi Cinematographer
John Willett Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Grey
1. Chapter 1 [7:25]
2. Chapter 2 [4:26]
3. Chapter 3 [6:17]
4. Chapter 4 [5:48]
5. Chapter 5 [7:05]
6. Chapter 6 [4:42]
7. Chapter 7 [7:59]
8. Chapter 8 [3:38]
9. Chapter 9 [3:48]
10. Chapter 10 [8:07]
11. Chapter 11 [3:13]
12. Chapter 12 [1:47]
13. Chapter 13 [7:24]
14. Chapter 14 [3:22]
15. Chapter 15 [4:58]
16. Chapter 16 [4:22]
17. Chapter 17 [9:16]
18. Chapter 18 [5:27]
19. Chapter 19 [2:09]
20. Chapter 20 [8:11]

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The Grey 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
The winter locations, the suspense and tension were good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
JimRGill2012 More than 1 year ago
Here’s the issue with “The Grey”—either you buy into the idea that this movie is in fact more than just a poorly executed tale of wilderness survival, that it is actually an existential consideration of the human condition and the significance we must extract from our struggle to defeat the absurd obstacles life throws in our way.  I don’t buy it. Perhaps it’s the choice of the villain in this film. Wolves already get a bad enough rap in our culture. Here they are cast as bloodthirsty predators who hunt humans for sport (but wait—maybe they’re metaphors for humans…the only species that hunts for sport…nah, that doesn’t work either). To confuse matters even more, some attacks that are filmed to look brutally deadly turn out to be anything but. And then there’s the confusing matter of Liam Neeson’s lost love. I don’t begrudge a film its effective use of ambiguity, but when that ambiguity turns to obscurity and seems to unnecessarily complicate the plot and the protagonist’s character development…well, then I take issue. “The Grey” has actually turned up on a few critics’ end-of-year “Best of” lists, so I took a chance and watched it in spite of the panning it had received from so many other critics. I rarely regret my cinematic choices, but “The Grey” is one that I do wish I had opted against.
Brian-Jezuit More than 1 year ago
An amazing, well-made, exceptionaly directed, & very emotional piece of filmwork. Neeson leads an exceptional ensamble cast throughout a well written, perfectly paced story with a picture-perfect ending that stays with the viewer for quite awhile after the credits roll (& watch for the scene after the credits finish rolling)! If you're a film collector like myself, than this one needs to be included in your film library.