The voice characters are its main failing, with Kevin Bacon giving rather flat performance to Balto, and there is an overall lack of conviction in most of the other voices as well. It was really bad animation. It is a fantastic movie. She also proves a free-spirited rebel, drawn to the wild. The music by James Horner is well done and fits the moods of the film.
There's no cheesy songs to slow it up or a boring storyline. Visually, the film is actually quite pleasing to the eye with dramatic angles and quickly moving in Balto's really cool dream sequence and with vibrant colours in his daughter's self-discovery. I'm sure Balto: Wolf Quest will entertain on its own, and I was entertained, too. Then Balto and Boris go to this random totem pole that was never there in the first movie, but magically appeared in the sequel. It was nowhere close to being relevant to the first movie. When the other dogs get lost in the snow, Balto risks his life to rescue them and deliver the medicine.
It didn't tie in with the first movie and the spirit story just doesn't belong in Balto. It starts off w Balto having trippy dreams about being chased by a raven that's constantly making obnoxious noises. Character voicing was superb, full of life and very well constructed. Synopsis Half wolf Balto has a litter with his full husky wife. She also proves a free-spirited rebel, drawn to the wild.
Every angle that is shown is perfect, every background and colour scheme is great. Jodi Benson did the best performance as Jenna, I'll give her credit for that. His voice actor was not horrible, but you can instantly tell it's another actor. I understand that, but it's a little unnecessary to do that if it meant leaving everyone she loved that's one thing that bothered me. Jodi Benson did the best performance as Jenna, I'll give her credit for that.
Balto and his trio race off into the snow storm to try and assist the sled-dogs, led by Steele. It could have been so interesting. I lost track of how many times I have seen this film. This film has a seriousness and drama to it that will surprise you. Then after that, this annoying dog barks constantly in a Scottish accent telling Balto That Jenna is having the pups.
Then every pup gets adopted except Aleu cause she looked like a wolf. The story, while not original, had a spiritual theme to it and I would have liked that to be explored more, because it was shown so many times right from the start and especially in this beautiful scene when Balto's daughter is in a cave. Balto is a stray half dog, half wolf that is shunned by both animal and human alike. The ending broke my heart when Aleu Finally found her new home and who she is, the music score in this scene was perfect and beautiful. I'm sure Balto: Wolf Quest will entertain on its own, and I was entertained, too. Balto: Wolf Quest is not grounded in reality like its predecessor and didn't have much originality to the story, but it had its moments of decent voice acting from new characters like the soft and firm Nava and the menacing Niju.
It has a live action entry and closure including a view of the Balto statue in Central Park which acts as a tie-together, and the true story behind this movie gives it additional appeal. But, being a kid's movie doesn't mean that it isn't good for others. I feel it could have been better, but Even though it is a far cry from its predecessor, it is still among the better sequels out there. On one occasion Steele even set Balto up to make it seem like the wolf-dog had stolen meat from the butcher when in reality Steele had stolen it to eat himself. Aside from that we have to deal with new voices for the recurring characters, and it shows.
And the not that good stuff. Her animation was very sloppy and looked like they drew her lousy. Jenna's voice actor was the worst. This film entertains audiences of all ages. I wasn't that keen of Muk and Luk in the original, but they seemed pointless here. Balto 1995 Balto: A half-wolf, half-husky named Balto gets a chance to become a hero when an outbreak of diphtheria threatens the children of Nome, Alaska in the winter of 1925. Whether you're a kid or an adult, you will find yourself cheering Balto on.
The animal named Balto is half wolf and half husky, because of this on it often laugh at the other dogs and accused him of humble origin, people refuse to even look at him, and only his inner circle, goose Boris, husky Jenna and bears Lac and Mack know that dog is very beautiful soul and a good heart, it will always help and not leave in the lurch. Balto: Wolf Quest is not grounded in reality like its predecessor and didn't have much originality to the story, but it had its moments of decent voice acting from new characters like the soft and firm Nava and the menacing Niju. However, he does have a few friends of the odd kind. It looked like a completely different place. It's actually one of the best underrated animated films of the 90's. And the not that good stuff.