Its portrayal of grey wolves was horribly inaccurate. It will probably lead to an even more negative attitude toward wolves, which puts them in more danger. I believe I read that the creators bought dead wolves while producing the movie.
Its main characters' philosophizing was pretentious, cliched, and insulting to my intelligence. Like an Ayn Rand novel, it lazily, and not very skillfully, regurgitated an unintersting slew of pop philosophy and oft-repeated ideas that no longer have as much intellectual or emotional impact, especially when repeated by actors who sounded as bored as I was.
Am I just being to critical? I just kept thinking: How can movies still be so bad when we have so much knowledge? How can society take so much pleasure in being condescended to and treated as if they were totally incompetent? Do we need to steriotype even generally harmless animals as vicious, cruel beasts simply to justify our desire to slaughter other living creatures- while those very animals our being viciously killed by US in real life?
Idk. Just thinking. Maybe it's an over-reaction. What did all of you think?