White Fang 2: Myth Of The White Wolf
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Get ready for the exciting action-packed hit that delivers high adventure and thrilling heroics in the frozen wilds of Alaska! It's the continuing story of White Fang -- the brave and spirited half-dog, half-wolf who, along with his beloved master, faces untold danger from a ruthless gang of land-grabbing gold miners. The pair must rely on their sharp, cunning instincts for survival when they risk it all to protect a peaceful Native American tribe whose homeland is targeted by the dangerous miners. Combining incredible outdoor action and breathtaking wilderness scenery, this rousing story of extraordinary courage and bold determination will both entertain and inspire!|The movie was filmed on location in Aspen, Colorado, and in Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, and Hope, British Columbia. The replica of the Haida Indian village was built on the banks of the Squamish River.
Scott Bairstow takes over for Ethan Hawke in this spirited (if clichéd) sequel involving a peaceful Haida Indian tribe and a con man in preacher's garb (Alfred Molina, just oozing evil) in 1906 Alaska. Bairstow discovers his inner wolf as he bonds with the tribe and falls in love with the chief's spirited daughter (Charmaine Craig), White Fang finds true love in a snow-white female wolf, and together they take on the dastardly villains who have stopped the caribou and imprisoned the hunters of the tribe. Less Jack London than a juvenile Dances with Wolves, this clunky but action-packed cliffhanger combines old-fashioned matinee Western clichés with Native American spiritualism and a celebration of nature. Though it's hardly subtle, the energetic action scenes and the beauty of the Alaskan summer make this an engaging adventure for the younger set. --Sean Axmaker
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The acting is decent and an interesting plot which is the young miner protecting his claim and hauling his gold via raft down a raging river. Unfortunately, the plot just sort of abandoned after said miner arrives in the Indian village after being dunked in the rapids.
Here we find the whole village slowly starving while they wait for the omniscient "Wolf to come show them where the caribou are". The supernatural wolf always knows where the caribou are. The Indians mistakenly think the young miner is the shape shifted wolf.
BIAS ALERT: The only "Christian" in the movie is a lying, hypocritical, murdering "man of the cloth" who secretly has captured and enslaved the Indian hunters to work in a gold mine. Naturally, all the mystic Indians are great folks.
Despite good acting this is garbage. Not Recommended.