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As Piper Parabo's character is setting snares, she is crouched down, then stands and moves from facing toward the camera to her back toward the camera. Suddenly, birds fly and call a warning, when the camera goes back to her, she is back crouching facing toward the camera and then she repeats the move to where her back is toward the camera. The tree the snares are connected to shows the scene is repeated. See more »
When bodies start showing up in an Alaskan forest a local sheriff and
his estranged brother go about find the bear before a seasoned hunter
It's hard not to draw comparison to other persons versus nature films,
to it's credit it has a seasoned studded cast in what could have been
the Jaws (1975) or Moby Dick of Bear movies. The location scenery and
setting is fantastic, and there's some grizzly scenes (no pun intended)
of hard to watch dead bear cubs, body dismemberment and so on. There's
an abundance of kills in the forest, lodge attacks and in cars. Even
with Saw V director David Hackl and with writers Guy Moshe and J.R.
Reher it oddly feels only as special as AVP Requiem's brotherly love
and forest scenes mixed with Abominable (2006).
Veteran Scott Glenn, excellent James Marsden, Thomas Jane as a hunter
character turned conservationist who butts heads with Billy Bob
Thornton's hardened hunter can't fix the lack of tension or continuity.
Neither can the fine looking actors distract the fact that there's a TV
air about the whole affair. The score is however great coupled with
some fine cinematography and the star, bear Bart, possibly related to
the late Bart the Bear and his mother from Grizzly (1976) steals the
It's nowhere near executed as well as The Edge (1997) or Ghost in the
Darkness (1997), nor does it say more about conservation than The Bear
(1988). What could have been Jaws, is more Orca - The Killer Whale.
As a killer bear film on revenge it's up in the top ten, but how many
murderous bear films are there?
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