“Indeed, even grizzlies can get lost down there.” Rowan (Marsden) has at last return home in the wake of being gone too long. He needs to head into the unsafe grizzly labyrinth for trekking. His sibling, Beckett (Jane) doesn’t need him to go because of the late assaults. Reluctantly Beckett makes a beeline for ensure Rowan, discover his wife, and discover the bear before it assaults once more. This is a motion picture that you basically realize what you’re going to get. Activity and strained quality. The cast is really astonishing for a film like this. The film is energizing and exciting however a portion of the genuine story loses all sense of direction in the middle of the activity. That isn’t a terrible thing however when you watch this you watch it for one reason. This is the sort of film where you can just about foresee whats going to happen and there aren’t any genuine shocks, however that said it is exciting and certainly justified regardless of your time. In general, not on a par with The Edge, but rather as yet energizing and the cast improves it than it really is. I give this a B.