EXCELLENT FAMILY MOVIE
M. Hartmann | Milan, Michigan United States | 03/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"With one exception - youngsters should be warned that wolves are wild animals --This is a great family movie -- A troubled teen, who just lost his father, is exposed to the great outdoors and given a new outlook on life.His uncle is in charge of the wildlife and helps his nephew to understand wolves [in cattle country] The cattlemen's association is definitely against the wolves being turned loose in their territory.There are some great shots of snowboarding and the use of dog pulling on skis etc., that is very neat.Would liked to have found out more about the animals used in the movie -- but the scenary, the characters and the shots were great.
Definitely recommend this as a great movie for all to see."
John Echols | DFW, Texas USA | 10/29/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"While the plot is somewhat predictable, the acting and production are professional, and it's a good, quality DVD. The photography is beautiful and I recommend it for good family watching. This movie is not rated and suitable for all ages. This is the DVD by Digiview.
Great Feel Good Wolf Movie
Mark Broome | Ireland | 04/14/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This a really good but obscure movie about a teenage boy who befriends an injured timber wolf and nurses him back to good health. There are quite a good few scenes of great photography and good acting from both people & the animals. The ending is very good too and not that predictable. I think the real star of the movie however is the wolf who plays the charater of 'Silver', who unfortunatly does not appear in the end credits for some reason, but he puts on a great performance."