As the group of survivors are forced to flee, and of course killed one by one, The Grey starts to reveal it's true colors. The Grey is just as much a drama human life and the will to survive as much as it is a survival man's dream film. As any good movie does, the characters are slowly built up and much is revealed about them as the run from the fearsome pack of wolves. In between the moments of wolf attacks and survivors' deaths, the group of men reflect on life. The film tackles some surprisingly rough topics and handles them well.
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And that's about as much as I will say. Seriously. There is a whole lot more worth talking about in this movie. Unfortunately, doing that would spoil the movie for anyone who hasn't seen it. If there is one last thing I want to say, it's this: Ignore everything you hear about the ending. Yes, the ending is not what you'd expect and maybe even a little anti-climatic. And it's perfect. It may very well be one of the best endings to a film I've seen this year so far. Those people complaining about it are missing the point.
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