The wolves in this film are really coywolves which are a wolf-coyote hybrid. Regular wolves that inhabit northwestern American states (including Alaska), northern portions of the Great Lakes region and Canada are gray/grey and white while coyotes have brown, tan, gray/grey and white fur. Coyotes that are partially wolves inhabit northeastern American states and eastern Canada. See more »
My kids have been tracking this movie for weeks and I had promised to bring them all (3 daughters all under 12.)
Yes, this is the same story told again (Homeward Bound and it's various sequels), however it's a little different. The animals are animals, and they don't talk, however the main dog (Bella) does tell the story from her point of view.
There are some areas where they replaced animals with CGI and some of it looks really good, but really fake, but 1- my kids didn't notice all that much, and 2- it's a movie... Let's just turn off our minds for about 2 hours and just watch a wholesome family movie.
There were a number of crying kids, and even some of the adults walked out with some tears, so be prepared.
Overall it's a really cute, adventurous, and fun movie! Perfect no, but it's still great!
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