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The pace is considerably more deliberate than that to which viewers raised on U.S. studio animation will be accustomed, though it does arguably honor the episodic origins of its literary source.
The power and majesty of White Fang, a truly wonderful protagonist ... makes a journey worth taking.
Despite its undeniable visual artistry, the latest incarnation of White Fang fails to leave a lasting indentation.
One of the most interesting attempts to do something different with the medium of computer-generated 3-D animation that has come along in a really long time.
Elegantly-animated adaptation of classic book; some violence
The heart is ultimately stirred, and the eyes often pleased, by this new White Fang.
"White Fang" doesn't infantilize the animals, their struggle for survival, or the evils of humanity. [Full Review in Spanish]
For the English dub, the voice of Paul Giamatti is perfectly cast as the scheming Smith. Nick Offerman and Rashida Jones are fine as Weedon and Maggie Scott, but probably the most distinctive vocal turn comes from Eddie Spears as Grey Beaver.
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