Just recently saw a Polar Bear movie called:
Global climate change prompts a scientific corporation to genetically modify Alaskan polar bears with horrific and deadly results.
It is your run of the mill Polar Bear eats people movie. (it was better than the beach sand eating people movie I saw recently).
The scenario is nice; acting is so so.
A photographer and his group set out in the dead of winter for the Alaskan wilderness to take advantage of the limited, but beautiful daylight. They are met by an experienced hunter and local lodge owner who instills fear within the group by telling them the legend of Maneater, a bear that has fangs and claws sharper than man made metal.
This epic tall tale quickly becomes our groups real living nightmare as they are unaware of a bear experiment that has gone wrong. The bioengineering company, Clobirch Industries, has genetically altered a polar bear so it can better survive climate change, but the end result is a relentless, deadly, man eating machine.
It is up to our lodge owner and his native guide to protect the group from harm, but this bear proves to be more than he or anyone else ever expected.
Directed by Hank Braxtan
Produced by Ron Carlson
Starring Sherilyn Fenn, James Remar, Graham Greene and Ray Wise.