In honor of author Jack London's love of nature, the making of this film was eco-friendly. There were no single-use plastic bottles, only biodegradable plates and cutlery were used. In addition, leftover food was donated, the crew employed solar-powered generators, and relied on recycled paper. See more »
In the beginning of the movie,a sign on a building in the background has "Groceries" misspelled as "Grocereries". See more »
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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This is a great family movie. It has all the aspects of what makes kids smile. However, this is not the adaption of Jack London's book that I was looking for. In my opinion, in searching for that feel good vibe, it lost the character that defined the original story. Everything was made PG and the raw unforgiving reality of the book was lost in translation. Additionally, the CGI was good, but over used to the nth degree. Its worth a watch, just keep in mind that this movie is a rather loose adaptation.
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