While it's anchored by a very good performance by Liam Neeson as the central character this was still a film that I found more ordinary than exceptional overall.
When a plane carrying them home from Alaskan wilderness crashes, a small group survives. Realising that they have few options they also soon realise that a band of wolves in the area will be looking for them as well. Setting off from the crash site, they must struggle to survive not only the environment..........but the wolves.
There's some interesting thematic elements here as each man in the team must come to the acceptance of their situation and it's reality and Neeson is very good, as are several of the supporting players. And although I wasn't keen on the first twenty minutes or so, I found that it got more interesting as it went.
The ending, however, may well be one that will frustrate and annoy some people although it is one that I personally felt was in keeping with what came before. Some of the photography is also impressive and there's an end credits scene as well that is to be looked out for if you haven't seen the film before you buy.