5 Best Movies With Wolves In Them

5. The Grey 2011

A group of experts on oil drilling after the crash ends deep in the mountains of Alaska. With unbearable cold this small group has to face with a pack of hungry wolves. The movie was made from the short story “Ghost Walker” by Ian Mackenzie Jeffers.

On the lists of the best movies of the year of several prominent critics, the movie, produced by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, took a very high place. Campaigners for the Protection of Animals protested because of the negative view of wolves, but Carnahan tried to explain that the movie focuses on the human struggle, and not the cruelty of animals.

4. White Fang 1991

Jack Conroy (E. Hawke) came to Alaska in the midst of the gold rush to find a former companion of his late father and his father’s estate near Klondike on which to continue to search for gold. The road is long and arduous. First get mugged him by three thieves, nearly drown in the river and almost died from freezing, but eventually managed to survive…

At the same time, the wolf cub whose mother was killed and that is lonely in the mountain also experiencing difficult days. Soon it belong to unscrupulous thieves and participate in dog fights. In one fight White Fang will almost die.

wolf eyes3. The Twilight Saga: New Moon 2009

New Moon is a romantic-fantasy movie that has arrived in theaters on November 20, 2009. The movie is based on the book by the famous American author Stephenie Meyer and is the sequel to Twilight in 2008, based on the first book. Directed by Chris Weitz and the cast are Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Ashley Greene…

The movie continues only a few months after the end of the first part. Isabella “Bella” Swan (Kristen Stewart) is celebrating the eighteenth birthday and becomes forever “older” than ever seventeen Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). Edward and his family organize her birthday party. Unfurling a gift, Bella gets a paper cut, and then Jasper Cullen (Jackson Rathbone), the youngest “vegetarian” vampire in the room, lunged at her.

2. Dances with Wolves 1990

On the distant locations in the wilderness of Dakota during the American Civil War, Lt. John Dunbar (Kevin Costner) meets the Sioux tribe. He soon falls in love with a beautiful Indian woman and begins life with the tribe. He will learn all about the culture of the Sioux, will live with them, even feel the unique thrill of buffalo hunting…

When he started filming “Dances With Wolves,” Costner is over budget and had to look for sponsors. Many have predicted that the movie would be a complete commercial fiasco and called it “Kevin’s door”. However, with earnings of $ 184 million only in the US, “Dances With Wolves” became the most successful western of all time.

1. Brotherhood of the Wolf 2001

wolves in the moviesLe Pacte des Loups (in the international distribution known as the Brotherhood of the Wolf) is a French feature movie made in 2001 and directed by Christophe Gans. The story is inspired by real events in France in the 18th century related to the so-called. Beast of Gevaudan, a movie in genre terms represents an unusual combination of fiction, horror, melodrama, political thriller and a movie of martial arts. In it is invested unusually large amount of money, and was the most watched and most commercially successful French movie in its time.

Movie story from the time of Louis XV reconstruct an unusual French myth of the beast from the village of Gevaudan is slowly getting into the political arena. Regular Army and a group of hunters move in the hunt for the beast after several bloody attacks. Despite the large and extensive actions fail to get closer to cunning beast. The news about this comes to politically unstable king who sends in Gevaudan brilliant and lucid scientists to investigate and find the beast in order to restore the reputation of Versailles…

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