Two estranged brothers reunite at their childhood home in the Alaskan wild. They set out on a two-day hike and are stalked by an unrelenting grizzly bear.
This is one that snuck by me somehow. It was actually much better than I was anticipating. It's one of those rouge animals killing everyone's plots, so it’s a drinking game in the making trying to figure out who will survive and who will get eaten. Be advised there are some scenes that can be considered graphic by some standards. It has a few things that are a stretch to believe in the storytelling, like why a person that is deaf is out in the wilderness by themselves with wild animals all around. Seems like there could have been a companion to make that more believable. Had some big names in the cast with Billy Bob Thorton, Thomas Jane, James Marsden, and Scott Glen. The talent in this movie is good and the story simple enough to buy into and it held my attention till the end, even though there were not too many surprises. If you check it out, I would like your opinion.