White Fang

White Fang

Jack London's classic adventure story about the friendship developed between a Yukon gold hunter and the mixed dog-wolf he rescues from the hands of a man who mistreats him.

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  • Stars:Caz Adams
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  • Country:Australia
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Grey Beaver is reluctantly trades his loyal wolf-dog, White Fang, in exchange for gold. The dog's new owner is an evil man who cages and torments White Fang so as to transform him into a hateful fighting dog. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cameron D (de) wrote: This was the best B.S. Movie ever! Jose is hands down the best.

Janis Z (nl) wrote: Movie that leaves you speechless..

Andrew H (kr) wrote: A hidden gem. Honest and heartfelt. Thanks Rich.

Nket Cansn (fr) wrote: yaln?z o sleyman demirel...

Derek J (de) wrote: Damn. Made me feel extremely depressed. Amnesiac med student has to dissect his old girlfriend that died in the car crash where he lost his memory. Certainly a well made film... not uplifting in the slightest.

Imman A (us) wrote: Utterly terrible movie. Not terrifying, terrible. A plot with its own identity-crisis, "dead" bodies that don't stop breathing and moving, utterly piss makeup and special effects, and a never-ending collage of alternate scenes and past flashes in case the audience missed them the FIRST ten times. This wasn't a Hellraiser movie: this was a broke druggie movie that happened to have some Cenobites thrown in for maybe ten minutes to try to make a plot out of it.

Matthew H (br) wrote: The only good thing I can say about this movie, and the reason I'm giving it a one instead of a zero, is that the hurricane aspect of the movie made for slightly more intense scenes, even though the script and acting was dismal.

Brandon K (ru) wrote: Descent fight scenes.

David G (fr) wrote: The best in my opinion but made at the time when the Carry On brand had started to lose its appeal. Plenty of innuendo and visual gags. Toilet factory, Boggs and son and a toilet shaped inkwell! If that pet shop that Sid and Hattie got that bird from is still around, think we would all want a budfie that gives winning horse tips!

Mloy X (jp) wrote: Charlotte (Charlotte Rampling ): We're bound by procedure. In this situation, we cannot afford those constraints.I wanted so much to like this film, and don't get me wrong, the story was engaging enough, but most of the actors (including the always wonderful Sean Bean) pretty much whispering their lines; so much so that I barely could hear the dialogue. It was awfully frustrating not to be able to clearly hear what was developing in the story. Overall, the film's plot was interesting but I'm so tired of actors mumbling their lines and calling it "method" acting. Annunciate for God's sake! Especially when what they're saying is so essential to following the plot. In short, I'm just saying this film could have been directed better-- the actors were great, the story was good, the action sequences were superb; it just needed to be a bit more audible to be enjoyable.

Philip S (ag) wrote: Life is short, people. Life is short. We spend so much of our lives focused on materialism, our religious differences, and personal advancement. We(TM)re so focused on these distractions, that we lose sight of what(TM)s really important. What(TM)s really important is the people and the world around us. That(TM)s the message behind the 1998 movie, Holy Man.? That message makes Holy Man? stand out in the comedy genre. Sadly, it also may be why it didn(TM)t d too well at the box office. Maybe people simply didn(TM)t get this message, and simply saw it as just another forgettable buddy comedy, thanks to Eddie Murphy and Jeff Goldblum.It is true that one of the biggest plot holes to this story is that there(TM)s no explanation behind where G came from or where his journey. But maybe that(TM)s beside the point. Where one is going in life or where one came from isn(TM)t nearly as important as the impact that one has one those around oneself at each stage of one(TM)s life. Given his standard character type, Jeff Goldblum was a good choice for the role of Ricky. Sure, casting Goldblum was typecasting. But somehow, his chemistry with Eddie Murphy worked. It could be argued that this was actual a sort of take on A Christmas Carol, if one delved deep enough into the relationship between G and Ricky. Instead of having three ghosts visit him, Ricky was visited by a single spirit? who made him realize the path on which his life was moving. As G and Ricky grow, audiences see Ricky change as a person. They are reminded without being preached at too much about what(TM)s really important in life. Ricky isn(TM)t the only person changed by G. A number of religious leaders try to claim connection to G at one point in the story. The absurdity of them trying to claim a link to him is another message that writer Tom Schulman makes. Each leader thought his religion was G(TM)s. But did it really matter? No. This over emphasis on religion happens every day in real life. Who is to say which religion is THE right one? Maybe G is all of them in one. Again, therein lays the message of our being distracted too much by this difference.Through G, audiences realize how distracted we are by our materialism, as well as our religious differences. G never once told anyone to buy anything from the Good Buy Shopping Network. It was the people themselves who made the choice to buy products. People suddenly buying stuff from GBSN drives Ricky to care too much about his own personal advancement until he too realized what was really important. He came to that realization after losing (albeit temporarily) someone close to him. Once again, the message of removing distractions comes into play.There is no denying that the story behind Holy Man? is not the most believable ever written. But neither can one deny the powerful messages tied in to the story. They serve as reminders that every once in a while, we need to just take a step back, breathe, and appreciate each other and the world, instead of getting wrapped up in our fast paced, constantly on the go lifestyles. It may not be the most memorable movie. But thanks to the messages incorporated into it, Holy Man? becomes a movie that is worth at least a single watch.

Gavin S (it) wrote: 2 screen legends together for the only time, both in Oscar-winning performances. Throw in beautiful New Hampshire cottage country, and a relationship that seems as true and authentic as ever was portrayed onscreen. Oh and did I mention, it's funny as hell? Fonda gets the best lines, but who doesn't love an old grumpy man? Hepburn is her usual best, they really broke the mold on that one...Jane Fonda plays their daughter, adding some serious poignancy to the scenes of father and daughter, estranged for many years. One of the few movies you can actually call a feel-good without having to worry too much about sap and schmaltz. These actors are too good for that shit. Definitely a modern classic.

Alex G (ag) wrote: A self-loving nihilistic self-servicing tale. What a messed up loner 15 year old fantasies about when the hot girl won't notice him. Incredibly dumb.