The Grey

Don’t irritate Liam Neeson.

You wouldn’t like the lanky Irishman when he’s ticked, as evidenced by a trail of bodies left behind when he plays avenging angels.

In the best from his “I have a particular set of skills” filmography, Neeson fights a deadly band of wolves after his plane crashes way in the middle of nowhere.

He brings the action, one broken airline booze bottle at a time, but The Grey is the most melancholy of these late career flicks – the tale of a man trying to outrun Father Time as much as the marauders nipping at his heels.

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