The Wolves (1996)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller


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When Blackie Blacavov and his sister Barbara inherit 50,000 acres of Alaskan wilderness, he tries to live a more harmonious, natural existence on the land. But Barbara, without informing ... See full summary »


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14 July 2000 | lonewolf105
Don't mess with the wolves
No big star,but a good story. Great scenery and wolf footage(without a doubt the coolist animal on earth). I was suprisingly pleased with the way the story unfolded. Some people may think it's too Eco ,but it made sense to me.

The story revolves around Blackie, he goes to Alaska to check out his families land and finds himself being steered aways from the dirty dealings of King ,the badguy on the family payroll. Soon his guide Larry show him more than he could imagine in the forest. When Blackie's sister shows up things get difficult. She so naive she believes King's bull and is ready to sign the land away, but Blackie ,Larry ,and the pack won't go silently into exinction. Fangs bared, it time to take a chunk out of the badguys.

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Genres

Action | Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

19 March 1996

Language

English


Country of Origin

Russia, Germany, USA

Filming Locations

Russia

Box Office

Gross USA:

$2,400,000

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