The Grey — Not As Dull As The Color

So I saw Liam Neeson’s latest, “The Grey,” and I must say — it’s my kind of movie. Lots of action accompanied by rich dialogue that gets the viewer thinking about life. This is a rare mix so naturally, I was in cinematic heaven. “The Grey” is a movie some people may not be able to appreciate. The setting bounces between the Alaskan wilderness (read: snow + forest) and Neeson’s flashbacks to a crowded pub and the serene bedroom he once shared with his sweetheart. The plot, at first glance, is just as monochromatic. But as the characters fight against bitter cold, hopelessness and ravenous wolves the size of wooly mammoths, you’ll watch them discover more than the uncharted terrain can offer.

Author: ContraVerseSee

ContraVerseSee is designed to engage and appeal to folks in their 20s and 30s who are tackling life and the common joys, gripes, interests and intricacies these wondrous decades bring. The site’s primary contributor is a current educator and former journalist who is writing her way through life, love, mommy-hood and the organized chaos also known as her mind.

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