The Grey (2011) Film Review
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Every single time I watch this Liam Neeson "actioner" my appreciation for it as a modern classic grows. For me it is the greatest film to examine the difference between toxic masculinity and positive masculinity, as a group of near awful or at least deeply broken men, all become better versions of themselves through adversity. The pack of wolves hunting them representing a beautiful tone poem on inescapable mortality and how you greet that.
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