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Wild Grizzly (2000)

PG | | TV Movie 22 June 2003

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Josh Harding
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Rachel Harding
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Ranger Frank Bradford
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Terri Bradford
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Jack Buck
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Harlan Adams
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Earl
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Mayor Sam
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Deputy Phillips
Valerie Bickford ...
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Tarren Noel Wilson ...
Heather
Patrick Ecclesine ...
Deputy Powell
Carlos Sánchez ...
Deputy Sanchez
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Billy
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Rated PG for wildlife violence/peril and brief language | See all certifications »
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Amenaza en el bosque  »

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Not bad....but then again, not good either.
25 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Another one of those movies that captures the scenario of "Man-eating-wild-animal-attacks-people-as-they-struggle-to-survive". In this case, the film's creature is, as the title tells us, a wild Grizzly bear. Most of the actors are unknown and the biggest name in the entire film is probably Daniel Baldwin who doesn't even have that big of a part. A TV film that only managed to get a PG rating out on video, it is probably the kind of movie that many genre fans would stay away from because of the fear that they may be heavily disappointed. While the PG rating is family friendly, the situation is not. The Grizzly actually looks pretty ferocious, and there are maybe two scenes which contain an enormous amount of spilled blood.

WILD GRIZZLY is the kind of small town movie that manages to capture some enduring moments, but not enough to keep you enthralled.Overall, the film is exciting and appealing, but only to a point as it was a TV movie. A film to see once, maybe twice and then after about a decade, when you have forgotten about it entirely, to see it again. WILD GRIZZLY gets 3/5.


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