The Call of The Wild
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Movie Info & Cast
- Karen Gillan
- Harrison Ford
- Cara Gee
- Dan Stevens
- Bradley Whitford
- Jean Louisa Kelly
- Wes Brown
- Omar Sy
- Terry Notary
- Preston Bailey
Did You Know?
- This is 20th Century Studios' first live-action/animated hybrid that isn't an Alvin and the Chipmunks or Garfield film since Monkeybone (2001).
- When John and Buck are rowing downstream at night, the reflection of the moon is seen clearly in the water, but it's not mirrored.
- John Thornton: This is a map of the Yukon. My son was always reading adventure stories, crazy about the news coming out of the Yukon. Wasn't the gold, he didn't care about that, it was the mountains. He spent all day looking at maps and pictures of the mountains, dreaming about was on the other side, places no one had been, wild places. We could go, you and me, see what's out there. What do you think?
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What a wonderful touching movie. Well done!
Great movie . Dog lovers , you will cry just how i did . Extremely recommended.
Bad CGI takes away everything real about the relationship between man and dog in this inherently flawed, technically focused adaptation of Jack London’s age-old classic. Not even Harrison Ford, charming as he may be, can rescue this cynically made film from emotional bankruptcy.
The results are visually disorienting, to say the least. Although Notary and the special effects team do as good a job as technology allows, the expressive Buck never quite looks real. And you keep expecting him and the rest of the animals to burst into song.
Call Of The Wild isn’t animation, it isn’t live action, it isn’t fish, fowl or dog and somewhere in between it falls off its sled. Mankind can always benefit from some digital enhancement; man’s best friend, not so much.