The following is a brief summary of the content found in this animated adventure that has been rated PG. There is no overt profanity, but colorful phrases are uttered throughout along with some mildly suggestive dialogue about mating and cross-mating.
Violence consists largely of cartoon wolves attacking each other, leading to tussle-style fights. One wolf bears a wound after an off-screen fight, but otherwise there is no blood. However, scenes and moments of potential peril are present throughout and will likely be unsettling and/or suspenseful for various viewers. These include two separate caribou stampedes, an attack and chase involving three large bears, and a potentially deadly mudslide.
Bad attitudes are present, as is some potentially imitative behavior, tense family material and various thematic elements.
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For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, all sorts of camera movement (often quite bouncy, including point of view) occurs throughout the film. There is also a thunderstorm with lightning that creates a momentary strobe effect. The film is also presented in 3-D in many theaters, and the animators take several occasions to have objects seemingly "fly off the screen."