Never Cry Wolf - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Never Cry Wolf Reviews

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April 5, 2011
Suspenseful, poignant wilderness film; a few gross scenes.
Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
March 9, 2009
Ballard and his masterly crew of film makers have reimagined a corner of the natural world...They leave us awed.
March 9, 2009
Capturing the changes a man goes through as he learns about life in the wilds, Never Cry Wolf is very informative, but it is Smith's performance that makes the film a resounding success.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4
February 14, 2009
Genuinely affecting nature film with spectacular location shots.
Full Review | Original Score: A-
July 23, 2008
Measures up to the promise Ballard amply provided in his first feature, The Black Stallion.
March 1, 2008
| Original Score: 4/5
March 18, 2006
Read More | Original Score: 3/5
Top Critic
January 26, 2006
For the most part very absorbing, the film suffers from some embarrassingly obvious symbolism.
June 26, 2005
Read More | Original Score: 4/5
August 30, 2004
Perhaps the best thing about the film is that the wolves are never made to seem like strange but cuddly dogs. They look like wolves, not especially threatening but still remote and complete unto themselves.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
August 22, 2003
Read More | Original Score: 4/5
November 12, 2002
Read More | Original Score: 4/5
November 7, 2002
A gorgeously shot and smartly written outdoors adventure.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
September 1, 2002
Set in the Arctic wilderness of Canada where a biologist has a mystical experience of oneness with nature.
August 30, 2002
| Original Score: 4/5
July 26, 2002
| Original Score: 4/5
July 25, 2001
If you can get past the lack of significant dialogue then you will find a touching tale of one man's journey -- a journey that can teach us all a little bit about ourselves.
Full Review | Original Score: 72/100
January 1, 2000
The film is still memorable for its compassion, commitment, and unexpected humor, qualities that go a long way toward tempering the ecological didacticism of the screenplay.
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