Balto II: Wolf Quest | Full Movie | Movies Anywhere
A true American hero returns in an exciting new quest as big as the wild, untamed North. Fearless Balto, who’s part husky and part wolf, knows what it means to hear the call of the wild. When his headstrong young daughter, Aleu, discovers her heritage, he understands that she must follow her heart and fulfill her own destiny by conquering the wilderness of Alaska. This action-packed sequel to the original, beloved Balto features the voice talents of David Carradine, Lacey Chabert, Mark Hamill and Peter MacNicol. Get ready for laughter and adventure the whole family will enjoy again and again!
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Common Sense Says
Dramatic sequel has some suspense and emotional intensity.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie contains a fair amount of emotionally draining scenes that may actually hit harder for adults than children. Some eyes may get a little misty watching the adoption process of Balto's cubs -- and the one wide-eyed pup who's consistently passed over and left unadopted. There are a few emotional outbursts (mainly involving anger and feelings of displacement) in this otherwise buoyant animated adventure. Familial relationships are explored from a variety of angles. There are a few tense moments: A hunter shoots his rifle at the main characters before a wolf defends them by attacking the hunter by biting him and knocking him over. A wolf gets into fights with a bear, some badgers, and other wolves. The bear and badgers have red, demonic-looking glowing eyes.
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- Release Date:February 19, 2002
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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