Adam Carlson (John Krasinski), a reporter based in a small town in northern Alaska, can't wait to land a job in a bigger market. Then, the story of a lifetime practically lands in his lap: A family of gray whales is discovered near the Arctic Circle, trapped by rapidly forming ice. Along with the descending media comes Rachel Kramer (Drew Barrymore), an environmental activist and Adam's ex-lover. Together, they try to rally an international coalition to save the whales before it's too late.
Release Date: February 03, 2012
Runtime: 1 hr 47 min
Director: Ken Kwapis
Producer: Paul Green, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Steve Golin, Liza Chasin, Stuart Besser, Debra Hayward, Michael Sugar
Cast: Drew Barrymore, Dermot Mulroney, Stephen Root, Ted Danson, John Higgins, Bruce Altman, Tim Nelson, James LeGros, Vinessa Shaw, Michael Gaston, Shea Whigham, Mark Ivanir, Kristen Bell, Rob Riggle, John Krasinski, Stefan Kapicic, Ahmaogak Sweeney, John Pingayak, John Chase(less)
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Pretty predictable, but a fun movie for the whole family.March 18th, 2012 · Details1 Thank ·
This is a very feel good movie! I really liked it. It brought back memories for me.March 2nd, 2012 · Details
The movie is quite slow at parts but the acting is good, the story is engaging once it gets going, and it's overall quite fun. It's definitely a feel good show.
You'll see a lot of faces that you recognize from other movies. The cast does a great job. Drew Barrymore is annoying in the movie but her part is funny and that's what makes it work.September 6th, 2012 · Details
My whole family including my 6 year old daughter really liked this movie. Be mindful if you are having children watch it as it is not completely a happy ending. Younger kids may be saddened by a couple of partsJuly 12th, 2012 · Details
Okay, you can see it once and that's enough. Drew is a bit much.September 24th, 2012 · Details