(MOVIE REVIEW) The Grey, starring Liam Neeson, is about an oil drilling team stranded in the middle of Alaskan wilderness after their plane crashes. But it’s not the dangerous weather that poses the biggest threat to these men, it’s a pack of wolves that are portrayed as blood-thirsty, vicious creatures. It’s hard not to get irked while watching The Grey since wolves just got delisted as an Endangered Species. It’s even harder to then read interviews with Joe Carnahan, the director, defending his portrayal of wolves as realistic, instead of simply admitting that it’s completely fictional. The idea that a pack of wild wolves that have never had contact with humans would go after humans in a territorial blood war is implausible at best, dangerously misleading at worst.