The Wild Girl

The Wild Girl

Ned Giles, an aspiring news photographer, joins the 1932 Great Apache Expedition on the search for a young boy, the son of a wealthy Mexican land owner who was kidnapped by wild Apaches. Ned finds himself on an unexpected and perilous journey through rugged terrain, when a captured wild Apache girl must be exchanged for the kidnapped boy.

In 1932 a photographer (Brian Austin Green) joins an expedition to find a child kidnapped by American Indians.He then finds himself on an unexpected and perilous journey through rugged terrain, when a captured wild Apache girl must be exchanged for the kidnapped boy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JeanAntoine B (br) wrote: As intense as the first one. What I liked more in this part is that they insisted more on the escaping of the girl as in the first one we could barely understand how she escaped.

Paul D (de) wrote: Stylish, but more character driven with Jude Law creating a memorable larger than life crook that shouldn't be liked, but has an endearing quality.

Sam S (us) wrote: A stereotypical sort of movie, but it's one of the few snowboarding movies that actually has a plot so I can't complain too much.

Hugo G (de) wrote: 6.5/10~April 6, 2016~

Jovon T (kr) wrote: A decent Robin Williams comedy with lots of laughs and action!

Steve R (mx) wrote: What I thought was gong to be another throw-away romcom turned out to be more interesting than most. Amazing-looking scenery too, plus a few surprise cameos roles.

Seychelle G (it) wrote: The colourful scenery and entertaining characters made for an enjoyable film.

David H (kr) wrote: Easily the most abysmal film I have seen in my 64 years. Totally fanciful and full of emptiness, no direction at to least a plot, the film rambles on to a naive and predictable ending. The film really is the pits of all pits.

Keenan S (gb) wrote: This is my favorite of Ralph Bakshi's films and I also think it is his most insane creation since this film goes off on such a wild tangent dealing with a wide variety of issues like racism, crime, stereotypes, and more. This is definitely a very expressive and strange film unlike anything I've ever seen, and will be offensive to many people, but that's what I love about it. I love it in all of its insane glory.