The Grey features some astonishing sequences, spectacular cinematography, excellent performances and heartfelt ruminations on mortality, faith, masculinity, hope, family and existence. It also has really really cool wolves.
I found the film engrossing, missing only the opportunity to spend more time with the mechanics of distance training and, perhaps through that, to learn how Gebrselassie became the world's best at what he does.
As Balian and his people withstand the might of Saladin's fiery projectiles, siege towers and the usual computer-generated swarm of soldiers, it's hard not to think we're really watching The Lord of the Rings IV: Legolas Defends Jerusalem.
Kingdom of Heaven delivers a fair even handed portrayal of Christianity while simultaneously unveiling the truth about the Islamic conquest of Jerusalem. Every person of faith or lack thereof should see this movie.
This is one of the best movies ever made.The directors cut is out of this world!One of the most info packed extras menu I have seen.The ultimate version of the ultimate epic! One of my favorites,I can't remember how many times I have watched it.It is that good.