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Call of the Wild 3D Reviews

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February 14, 2014
I wanted to watch this because that miss teen America of 2007 that answered that question of Americans and maps and directions with a total mess of answers that made absolute no sense!
October 14, 2011
Really old-school kind of movie. Brings back memories from watching these kind of flics as a kid.
March 17, 2011
Nice, but too much a family movie.
October 11, 2010
Unnecessary 3-D "adaption" from the director of HEAVY PETTING DETECTIVE. Produced by Rich Iott, the guy who likes to dress like a Nazi
½ October 4, 2010
seen it love it good film 4 the hole family 2
Super Reviewer
October 3, 2010
A 10 year old girl is visiting her grandfather who reads the classic novel "Call of the Wild" to her every night. They find a wounded wolf/dog, and nurse him back to good health and try to keep it but Buck is wild at heart and yearns for the wilderness. Great scenery and there is even a dog sled race. Will he stay or return to the wilderness? Watch and find out.
½ May 5, 2010
ordinary sweet, nice winter nature views
½ April 28, 2010
Cute one. I really enjoy watching these kind of movies that involve animals. This was a very good story.
March 28, 2010
Tipycal Disney style story, good for children: beautiful nature, a lot of dogs, good feelings. Great Christopher Lloyd in a different role.
Tipico film in stile Disney, buoni sentimenti e tanta natura, ottimo per i bambini. Unica nota di credito un Christopher Lloyd in un ruolo diverso dal solito scenziato pazzo!
January 19, 2010
Very simplistic storyline, bad dialogue delivery, and story known from way before the middle....
½ June 15, 2009
While this movie definitely has a bit of roughness around the edges, it's a fun and family friendly movie that has a tender, if often told story. Some of the acting is a bit wooden, but Gade and Lloyd do very well, and it was fun to see Amy Teagarden (Friday Night Lights) and Jaleel White (Steve Urkel, Family Matters) with appearances as well.

The 3-D element was subtle, not the in your face Disneyland kind of 3-D like some movies. While it didn't really pop out in most scenes, it was definitely noticeable and beautiful in it's subtlety. I could see all future movies being this sort of "just there enough to notice" 3-D.

Overall, the wife, the kids and I really had fun with it. Don't expect the next White Fang, but it's good clean family movie that's a lot of fun in 3-D.
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