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Against The Wild [DVD]
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Zach Wade (C.J. Adams - The Odd Life Of Timothy Green) is a mischievous kid who, along with his younger sister Hannah (Erin Pitt - Camp Rock 2) and their devoted dog Chinook, become lost in the wilderness when their small plane has engine problems and must make an emergency landing.
Their mother (Natasha Henstridge - The Whole Nine Yards) and father (Ted Whittall - Beauty & The Beast) are frantic and rescue teams are searching. But for the next few days, Zach, Hannah and Chinook must learn how to combine their skills, trust their instincts and navigate a terrain as beautiful as it is untamed. John Tench (Tooth Fairy) co-stars in this exciting family adventure about loyalty, bravery and surviving AGAINST THE WILD.
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One would think they would conduct an air search which would easily locate the plane along its 2 hour flight path or at least see the smoke from all the campfires the kids start. The film was boring. Kids discuss if their fighting is causing their parents to split up while wolves circle round. (A dog is no match for a wolf.) The film was overly formulaic. It has a made for TV feel and sound track. Very lame for adults.
Might work for the younger crowd.
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It is a very good family movie I love films with dogs in greatPublished 12 months ago by CYNTHIA STURDY
The film is aimed children and families ,but I enjoyed it very much ,and some of the sceanery was very good .Published 17 months ago by Michael