Alaska | Chicago Reader


A 12-year-old girl, her 14-year-old brother, and a magnificent baby polar bear trek across the Alaskan wilderness to rescue the kids' father after his plane crashes, in a children's adventure movie written by Andy Burg and Scott Myers and directed by Fraser C. Heston, son of Charlton (who plays a villain). The vistas are spectacular and some of the suspense is effective, but the story is egregiously dumb, and the polar bear becomes so improbably resourceful that one fully expects it to fly everyone home and then script the sequel. With Thora Birch, Vincent Kartheiser, and Dirk Benedict.


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