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Against the Wild

HD   PG Closed Captioning

Richard Boddington

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About the Movie

CJ Adams (THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN, DAN IN REAL LIFE) and Natasha Henstridge (SPECIES, CSI: MIAMI) star in this family adventure that follows two kids and their Alaskan Malamute dog as they fight to survive in the wilderness after a plane crash. Costars Erin Pitt (SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D, CAMP ROCK 2: THE FINAL JAM) and Ted Whittall (TV’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST).

Customer Reviews

It was ok

This was a cute family movie. The only complaint i hAve is that they up played the dog way too much By 3 minutes into the movie they had already pretty much told you the dog was there for something important. It was a giveaway. Other than that it was cute.

Not bad I guess?

Before you hate me for my review, just listen. The story is really sweet but the actors and the script are kinda ehh. The actors were kinda bad at acting but I guess it was ok for kids. And some parts of the script were bad. Like when the girls brother almost fell off the cliff she cried and got her dog to go for help and not even a minute after she was laughing and chatting with her brother. And when their parents came, she was still laughing and chatting with her brother and when she saw her parents she ran up to them and yelled something like "Zack is not ok!" And started crying. It's kinda mood swingy!? But overall it was a sweet movie. I guess it's pretty good for families


The movie is bad, the script is bad, the acting is bad. But, it isn't like this kind of bad acting movie hasn't been made in the past - there are tons of family/kids adventure movies that are just as bad, and yet they keep getting watched generation after generation. The movie is fine for kids around 8 to 11. It has a good wholesome theme, some good family issues that are worthy subjects. I recommend the movie as an excellent alternative to 'good' movies full of inappropriate material, adult themed inuendos, and raunchy adult jokes that just aren't suited for kids. I hail this movie as a breath of fresh.