Wild America review - The New York Times July 2nd, 1997 By Stephen Holden Child actors don't get more coyly camera-wise than Jonathan Taylor Thomas, the 15-year-old star and narrator of "Wild America," a tepid family adventure film whose grizzly bears appear only slightly more threatening than giant stuffed animals. As Marshall Stouffer, the
'Wild America' film gets a little outlandish by G. Allen Johnson, OF THE EXAMINER STAFF Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, July 2, 1997 IT'S HARD to believe the Stouffer brothers would approve of "Wild America," the film retelling of how they became inspired to be among the foremost nature documentarians. But there is
'Wild' Hits the Road Running Teen adventure has thrills, humor, depth by Peter Stack, Chronicle Staff Critic Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, July 2, 1997 Wild America: Adventure. Starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Devon Sawa, Scott Bairstow, Frances Fisher, Jamey Sheridan. Directed by William Dear. (PG. 107 minutes. At Bay Area theaters.) The elusive concept of "family entertainment"