(Moderate Spoilers, rounded up from 3-1/2 stars) This movie marches to the beat of its own drum, I must say, because the last one-third of the film definitely strays off the beaten path. Problem is, I'm not sure if that last one-third is cinematically enticing (for the viewer) because the first two-thirds induced hope for this family's reconciliation, a family that includes a man trying to be a good father to his two young sons while essentially competing for that affection with his ex-wife's new husband. And the films shows us one of the worst-case scenarios in this rather common (these days) familial dynamic, once the father feels threatened that he might lose the boys, after he hears that his ex-wife wants to move to another country with her new husband and the boys. Who honestly thought that this scenario would have included part father-son bonding, part survival movie (in wintry deep woods), part suspense, part tragedy, and even part thriller-horror (a Bigfoot quip or two and, dare I say, minor shades of "The Shining," no kidding). The culmination may be hard to bear for some, but the acting and drama are impressive (BTW, the younger son looks like actor Jamie Bell, "Billy Elliott"), making it a good little find (even with that ending).