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The Call of the Wild(2020)

Based on the legendary novel
The Call of the Wild(2020)
Buck is a big-hearted dog whose blissful domestic life is turned upside down when he is suddenly uprooted from his California home and transplanted to the exotic wilds of the Yukon during the Gold Rush of the 1890s. As the newest rookie on a mail delivery dog sled team—and later its leader—Buck experiences the adventure of a lifetime, ultimately finding his true place in the world and becoming his own master.
Title The Call of the Wild(2020)
Original Language English
Release Date 02/20/2020 (DE)
Time
Genre Adventure, Family, Drama
Budget $109,000,000.00
Revenue $111,105,497.00
Harrison Ford
Harrison Ford...
John Thornton...
Dan Stevens
Dan Stevens...
Hal...
Colin Woodell
Colin Woodell...
Charles...
Karen Gillan
Karen Gillan...
Mercedes...
Omar Sy
Omar Sy...
Perreault...
Raven Scott
Raven Scott...
Pastry Chef...
Wes Brown
Wes Brown...
Mountie...
Cara Gee
Cara Gee...
Françoise...
Jean Louisa Kelly
Jean Louisa Kelly...
Katie Miller...

Reviews

MSB - 13 March 2020
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com I couldn't catch The Call of the Wild when it premiered. Therefore, I didn't remember a single thing about it when I went to watch it yesterday at an empty screening (yei). Once again, I stayed away from trailers, but a few images popped up at the time. The CGI dog didn't look good at all. With reviews coming out and weeks passing by, I couldn't avoid concluding that most of the negative opinions are due to the 'distracting animation'. Knowing that the visuals would probably be disappointing comp... read the rest.
SWITCH. - 20 April 2020
While 'The Call of the Wild' is ultimately a weak adaptation of the novel - it may be impossible to ever adapt it faithfully - it's still an okay family flick hampered by an over-reliance on CGI. - Jake Watt Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-the-call-of-the-wild-a-mild-journey-into-the-uncanny-valley
CinemaSerf - 29 March 2022
Harrison Ford makes for quite a decent, hardy, pioneer in this rather engaging tale of a dog and master relationship. 'Buck' is pinched from his comfortable life in warm and cosy California, taken north to Alaska (without John Wayne) and sold as a sled dog. Initially on the postal run life becomes one hell of a shock to his system; hard work, meagre meals - but he soon settles down and becomes a beast of great resilience and value. When the postal service is scaled back, his position becomes precarious, he briefly falls into the hands of the nasty, unlikely cast Dan Stevens ('Hal') before a mas... read the rest.
CinemaSerf - 4 April 2022
Harrison Ford makes for quite a decent, hardy, pioneer in this rather engaging tale of a dog and master relationship. 'Buck' is pinched from his comfortable life in warm and cosy California, taken north to Alaska (without John Wayne) and sold as a sled dog. Initially on the postal run life becomes one hell of a shock to his system; hard work, meagre meals - but he soon settles down and becomes a beast of great resilience and value. When the postal service is scaled back, his position becomes precarious, he briefly falls into the hands of the nasty, unlikely cast Dan Stevens ('Hal') before a mas... read the rest.
JPRetana - 28 August 2022
W.C. Fields said you should never work with children or animals. Thanks to CGI technology, you don’t have to anymore – at least not with animals. Buck, the main dog in The Call of the Wild, appears to be a cross between Beethoven and Roger Rabbit. Like the former, Buck destroys or eats everything in his path, and like the latter, it’s painfully clear that the human actors are interacting with an animated character – the difference being that Roger Rabbit is actually supposed to be a cartoon. Buck’s not alone, though. In the Yukon, he and a husky have a fight that plays like the doggy version... read the rest.

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