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Wildlike

2015

NR CC
4.1 out of 5 stars (91) IMDb 6.6/10

In this thrilling coming-of-age adventure, a troubled teen must face the dangers of the Alaskan wild, as well as her own past, in order to find her way home.

Starring:
Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty, Ann Dowd
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Frank Hall Green
Starring Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty, Ann Dowd, Nolan Gerard Funk
Supporting actors Diane Farr, Ella Purnell, Joshua Leonard
Studio Alaska Film
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This isn't just a great debut feature form a talented director, its just a flat out great movie. To me, story is key, and this is a well-crafted, tight story, start to finish.
I had the privilege of seeing Wildlike on the big screen, and recommend you watch it on the biggest screen you can because the cinematography is stunning. This movie really stuck with me for a number of reasons, the story, the actors, the performances, the locations...it all just works so well together.
I always love seeing Bruce Greenwood but particularly loved him in this role. This movie really showcases his talent and strength as a leading actor.
Definitely worth a watch...and as far as I'm concerned, a re-watch. Enjoy!
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Back in 2012 a Movie was filming in Juneau where I live. I was excited because I got to help out and also be an extra in the restaurant scene (waiter in green shirt in the muffin stealing scene) but I was also excited because here was a film based in Alaska actually filming in Alaska. Instead of driving from Juneau to Denali, they took the ferry! They filmed on the actual ferry! Juneau was actually Juneau! Denali was actually Denali! Actually, there were a couple of shots not filmed where they were supposed to be but not in a glaringly obvious way. As a long time Alaskan, I notice when movies supposedly filmed in Alaska aren't filmed here or when they film here and mess it up. This movie was done right! It felt like a film made by an Alaskan. The story is well structured. The subject matter is a bit disturbing at first but unlike a lot of independent films they don't dwell on the ugly underbelly of society but focus on the positive. The acting is great, the characters are interesting. The filming is great and the scenery is amazing!
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This movie is a cinematographic gem. I'm not sure how an indy film like this scored such great actors, but Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, iRobot, 13 Days), Ella Purnell (Maleficent, Never Let Me Go), and Brian Geraghty (The Hurt Locker, Boardwalk Empire) all delivered first rate performances. Their performances, coupled with the stunning backdrop of Denali National Park, makes this film engaging from beginning to end. While the subject matter is a difficult one, Director Frank Hall Green addressed it masterfully through visual inference and dialog, without resorting to overt visual force. I will certainly be on the lookout for Green's next production. I read that this is his debut feature film. He's clearly a rising star.
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Beautiful storyline with breath taking photography of Alaska. You could feel the depth in the relationship between the young girl and the older gentlemen she meets after some sexual abuse by her uncle! It's about chances and reaching out to a stranger and above all Trust. Having vacationed in Alaska their are sights you never forget! The bond that these two formed leaves you feeling really warm inside!
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By HTG on September 26, 2015
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I saw this last night in New York. Terrific movie. Quiet, restrained, nuanced. Bruce Greenwood is wonderful and the cinematography is awesome.
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Exceptionally told, subtle, and powerful mainly due to Greenwood's performance. The kind of film they don't make anymore. Recommended to everyone.
(And you might want to not read too much about it before seeing it. And don't watch the trailer.)
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We watched this movie because Rottentomatoes gave it a 100% from critics and 82% from audiences. Plus, we've talked about visiting Alaska so this seemed like a good Friday night film. We were right.

From the opening scene where 14-year-old MacKenzie and her mother at sitting at the Seattle airport until the final scene where MacKenzie is returning by herself on a ferry to Seattle, we were mesmerized. The story includes death, sexual abuse, abandonment, teen homelessness, deception and rejection. Sounds pretty depressing, doesn't it? Not at all. This is a brilliant, beautiful, quiet film, with incredible cinematography and pitch-perfect acting.

This film received dozens of awards, totally well-deserved.
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I saw this movie in March at the Annapolis film fest. It was a really well done movie. The acting and story were great and scenery was amazing. Really makes you want to go to Denali. Definitely worth a watch.
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