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post #31 of 40 Old 05-19-2012, 05:29 PM
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Can't wait to see this! Love Liam Neeson movies!
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post #32 of 40 Old 05-20-2012, 07:24 AM
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Wow should have stayed past the credits, I saw this on Vudu. But based on that spoiler above, it won't change much beyon the last scene, as far as what the viewer was left with. Either way it's a good ending.

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For anyone who wants to know, the Canadian release from Eone contains interviews, featurettes that aren't on the US edition plus the commentary and deleted scenes.
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For anyone who wants to know, the Canadian release from Eone contains interviews, featurettes that aren't on the US edition plus the commentary and deleted scenes.

Thanks Cap! I picked this up at BB yesterday, release day here. Looking forward to it.
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Finally get a chance to watch this tonight. Hopefully I will enjoy it.

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Did you guys ever watch the really early 80ies movie, 'Wolfen'??? This movie was a lot different than the GREY, but it showed something that I think The GREY should have; the wolves perspective at times, suggesting that this 'perspective' could be epitomized as the harsh life of Liams character itself....
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Did you guys ever watch the really early 80ies movie, 'Wolfen'??? This movie was a lot different than the GREY, but it showed something that I think The GREY should have; the wolves perspective at times, suggesting that this 'perspective' could be epitomized as the harsh life of Liams character itself....

Have to admit i haven't.

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Did you guys ever watch the really early 80ies movie, 'Wolfen'??? This movie was a lot different than the GREY, but it showed something that I think The GREY should have; the wolves perspective at times, suggesting that this 'perspective' could be epitomized as the harsh life of Liams character itself....

I have seen it. The two are separate films and not related. Sometimes a film just cannot satisfy everyone which seems to be the case with you.
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I have seen it. The two are separate films and not related. Sometimes a film just cannot satisfy everyone which seems to be the case with you.

Since you pointed out that it " did not satisfy me", I think that both movies did....I just thought that The Grey was lacking a really important part that a LOT of people would have dug.........rolleyes.gif
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I enjoyed it very much. Will definitely buy when it gets cheap.

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