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    The Call of the Wild (2020)



    Release Date: February 21, 2020
    Director: Chris Sanders
    Writers: Michael Green (screenplay by), Jack London (characters)
    Stars: Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens

    Plot Summary: A sled dog struggles for survival in the Alaskan wild.

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    Re: The Call of the Wild (2020)



    Here's a new poster, this movie looks like something I could get into. I love animals, and Harrison Ford looks like a badass in his older years. Should be a good watch.

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    Re: The Call of the Wild (2020)

    I'm trying to be open-minded, because it's already obvious it's not gonna stick to the book

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    Re: The Call of the Wild (2020)

    Grosses
    DOMESTIC (60.8%)
    $24,791,624
    INTERNATIONAL (39.2%)
    $15,967,161
    WORLDWIDE
    $40,758,785
    This movie is said to have 150 million dollar budget before marketing. Yikes!

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    Re: The Call of the Wild (2020)

    I watched this movie a while ago, on demand.

    I had low expectations, due to the very obvious cgi. Which mostly ended up holding true as I watched. Not a fan of the decision to rely so heavily on cgi with a movie like this.

    I do understand the benefit of keeping real animals safe during dangerous stunts...things like that. However, it just seemed like "too much" at times.

    I thought the overall story was well enough done. Harrison Ford was charming in the role. But, the cgi really took me out of it in the end.

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