'White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf' is a sequel that doesn't feel like it's needed, based on the original film's end, and is one that changes its cast. Those two things would, you'd assume, lead to a disappointing follow-up. That's not the case here.
Listen, it most probably doesn't need to exist. However, it still manages to create a followable story that's worth viewing. I didn't massively connect to it but I wasn't underwhelmed by it either. Add to that the strong performance of Scott Bairstow - he may be no Ethan Hawke, but I like what he gives to this.... read the rest.