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Director: Joe Carnahan
Starring: Liam Neeson
1. Anonymous said... on Jan 25, 2012 at 04:34PM
“Stay until after the credits start to roll. There is a 20 second film clip that will not be seen until all of the credits are finished. That clip got strangers talking together in the lobby about its relationship to the actual end of the movie. It is a nerve wrecking movie that is extremely well done from the beginning to the end. Will I get on a plane again? I'm not sure. I am sure to tell everyone to see this movie.”
2. Anonymous said... on Jan 25, 2012 at 08:24PM
“When I first heard of this movie, I thought it must be Liam battling gray aliens and I thought that would be fun to watch. When I found out it was about him killing wolves to survive...let's just say this is the only Liam movie I don't want to see, and I've seen them all to date. The wolves don't deserve to be villains. Darn it. Thank you for the glowing Liam review. He's always fun to watch, I'm glad someone's enjoying watching him fistfight and kill animals that aren't known to attack humans. Find yourself a copy of "High Spirits" if you like Liam. No wolves, just fun.”
3. karen kull said... on Jan 31, 2012 at 08:15PM
“when will we STOP murdering animals for sport, for coats, entertainment? for Christ sake, this is not a film, it's a waste of time spent in a theatre watching reasons it's ok for LIAM to slaughter CG wolves for "survival" - please, cut me a goddamn break. enough already.”
4. KillPETA said... on Feb 1, 2012 at 09:15AM
“Karen, do get over yourself. For all of our sakes.”
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