After a plane crash leaves them stranded in the Canadian countryside, young siblings Hannah and Zach battle all that nature has to throw at them. With their trusty dog Chinook, the sister and brother face bears, wolves and a raging wildfire in their rush to find safety.
Dylan Sprouse, Jim Belushi and Kris Kristofferson lend their voices to this family-friendly tale about a feisty pack of golden retriever puppies that embarks on an Alaskan adventure. When they find themselves stranded in the northern wilderness, the canine offspring of famed sports star Air Bud team up with an experienced sled dog and a husky pup, who teach them the importance of working together.
The frozen wasteland of Antarctica serves as the background for a tale about the bonds of friendship and loyalty. Three members of a scientific expedition, Jerry Shepard (Paul Walker), his friend Cooper (Jason Biggs) and an American geologist (Bruce Greenwood), must leave their beloved sled dogs behind after a devastating accident and increasingly perilous weather conditions. Alone, the dogs struggle to survive the harsh Antarctic winter.
This film follows Norman, who still lives by the old trapper philosophy of man living at one with nature. Comprising a whole year in the far North, this film makes us walk in the footsteps of a real-life character, his wife Nebraska and their dogs; it gives a rapturous insight into the battles and drama that are his daily lot and the adventures of which his dogs are the main characters. "Le Dernier Trappeur" is total immersion in a unique environment, a journey of initiation and a celebration of a way of life in perfect harmony with animals and nature.
A man must participate in the Iditarod dog race across Alaska to inherit property from his legendary grandfather, but ends up getting much more than he bargained for.
Two Japanese scientists, Ushioda and Ochi, develop a bond with their sled dogs while on an expedition in Antarctica. Ushioda and Ochi eventually leave Antarctica, only to return to search ... See full summary »