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 »
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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 »
I hate to be so brutal as to only give this movie 5 stars as it was a good film for the most part, but I cannot abide the rewriting of an American Classic such as this. While I understand the choice to mitigate the violence expressed in the book for young viewers, I do believe the screenwriters did a disservice to Jack London's writing by changing characters, their motives, and even the ending. Netflix's White Fang is a solid children's movie, but a poor depiction of Jack London's classic.
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