As a plea-bargain to clear their school records, a group of misfit teens ventures into the majestic but unforgiving wilderness to help a young naturalist save the vanishing wolves. After ...
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As a plea-bargain to clear their school records, a group of misfit teens ventures into the majestic but unforgiving wilderness to help a young naturalist save the vanishing wolves. After they encountered unexpected incident, they are aided by the mysterious white wolf of myth and legend, who shows up to guide the way throughout the movie.Written by
They have made this same movie a dozen times already
I love movies where the scenery is an important character. Here, nature is the star and we are left to unfortunately watch a paint by numbers plot unfold in a gorgeous unnamed location. Even in the IMDb "filming locations" there is no mention of the filming site.
I was truly taken back by Ele Keats, I thought for a few minutes that she was a cgi effect, like the character in the Al Pacino movie "S1m0ne", because she was so stilted. And then there is the little vixen from "Saved by the Bell", now all grown up, and at 23, still playing a teenager.
One scene in particular shows off her two enormous talents. Her very next movie was the infamous "Showgirls" ; our little Lizardbreath is all grown up and fun to watch! The premise is recycled from previous efforts to portray borderline juvenile delinquents who are scared straight by the awesome mystic power of a few nights away from Mom and Dad. Weather these punks are digging holes in Arizona or growing up fast when confronted by the capricious wilderness, I had the feeling that I was watching the same movie.
Thank goodness for EB's two big talents.
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