After accidentally killing a bear cub while celebrating graduation in the woods, four teens become the target of a seemingly unstoppable Grizzly.

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4 teens trespass on a closed park site and accidentally run over a Grizzly bear cub. The mother comes after them. Unfortunately, she was been drinking from a lake full of toxic waste, illegally dumped, and has mutated into a super Grizzly bear. Written by Anonymous

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Ripped apart at the screams!

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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The bear's name is Koda. Despite the fact that the bear in the movie is female, Koda is male. In places where the filming was too dangerous for a real bear, an actor in a bear suit was employed. See more »

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When the jeep is coasting downhill, it has 4 flat tires. At the last scene the tires were fully inflated. See more »

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Wes Harding: You OK?
Lauren Findley: My head is cracked open, my best friend is dead, the car flipped over and no, I'm not OK!
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References Top Gun (1986) See more »

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We'll Get to Venus
Written by Paul Robinson and Michael Allen Zirk
Lyrics by Michael Allen Zirk
Performed by Tin Foil Phoenix
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dumb, but not horrendous
2 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The title told me right from the beginning that "Grizzly Rage" was going to be a bad film. And it is. However, it's not all that bad. I personally feel that although it started out on a truly horrible level that was absolutely bland and pointless and that it ends on an even worse and unexpected level, it slowly turned out to be an acceptable low-budget Sci-Fi flick. It's not an amazing achievement, but it's certainly better than "Python", "King of the Lost World", and "Gryphon" combined.

For once, a real creature is used to portray the monster. All of the scenes with the bear used a real grizzly bear: with a few exceptional scenes where you could easily tell those were manmade paws with rubber claws bashing in on the roof above the characters for the safety of the three actors and the one actress. That's a unique thing about "Grizzly Rage". It's got a cast of only four people. If I'm correct, there are no other people seen in the entire film, not even in the streets of a busy city. So therefore, its cast is just not there to be eaten by the monster. They are taken out one-at-a-time with large intervals of time between deaths with one exception and thankfully, the characters aren't as annoying as they could have been. They are weak characters, underdeveloped, stupid and mindless, and sometimes seemingly blind-until-it's-too-late individuals that use no common sense. As if they know they're suppose to die. But they aren't at the point where all I say is: "Okay, grizzly, just kill them. They're getting on my nerves."

So while "Grizzly Rage" is a bad film in a lot of regards, if you just don't take it too seriously, it'll actually turn out to be one of the better Sci-Fi flicks around. I personally found it to be a good adventure story. Definitely with room for improvement, but acceptable nonetheless. Performances were okay, the bear was real for once. But I just really wish the ending had been done differently. It just didn't work out, not even for a film of this type. Had the ending been different and the beginning made more sense, "Grizzly Rage" would have been a better achievement. But it's surprisingly good as it is.


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