Based on Jack London's timeless Novel "White Fang", this adaptation follows the parallel journeys of White Fang, an orphaned wolf cub and a troubled teenage boy named Weedon. As they brave ... See full summary »
A story from the age of valiant knights, beautiful princesses, and evil sorcerers. Ruslan, an artist who dreams of becoming a knight, meets and falls in love with the beautiful Mila, without realizing that she is the King's daughter.
The film follows the 2000 K-141 Kursk submarine disaster and the governmental negligence that followed. As the sailors fight for survival, their families desperately battle political obstacles and impossible odds to save them.
Beauty Smith plays less of a wide role in the original novel. Weedon Scott offers to purchase White Fang from him, but Beauty refuses and tries to steal the wolf back. However, White Fang turns on Beauty and attacks him. See more »
Without judging it by how faithful it is to the source material, I'd say White Fang does a good job as a movie. It may not be the conventional family film, as it takes a slower and more dramatic path in its story telling with less dialogue and a stylized but realistic animation style.
Sit really depends on how much you like the book and how you like your animation. This is not for everyone, but I mostly enjoyed its approach towards telling its story of this wolf-dog growing up and being thrown around between different kinds of people good or bad and how he copes with it.
Some times there is a little uncanny valley tendecies in the human designs, but the backgrounds when fully shown look really nice and grand. And if you're kind of an emotional person like me, you'll probably shed a tear here and there.
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