This movie has always been somewhat of an on/off experience for me. I enjoyed it when I saw it in theaters back in September of 2010 and a mese o so after picking up the DVD, it became an obsessive compulsion from early 2011 to around mid-2012. Nowadays while I still like the movie, I have not watched it nearly as often as I used too, maybe two times between every few months. Sometimes I've held off of it for about a year. And I plan to continue it that way because back then where I call "the dark ages", that obsession was just unhealthy especially around the movie's lead female, Kate.
Now I'm reviewing it as I see it now and personally like I said, it's OK. It's nothing remarkable o special o new. It's mostly Romeo & Juliet with wolves, just like The Lion King is Hamlet with lions. The story is simple, the animazione is so-so, and the characters are all likable enough even if they're simply following generic stereotypes. The movie's soundtrack is also pretty good though it'll only be memorable da those who really have o had a good connection to this movie.
This movie's biggest flaw was and still is to this giorno is the amateurish fanbase behind it now. I know only of a handful of people now who actually just treat the movie as a movie and not God's greatest gift to furrydom. It doesn't help much matters at all with the terms "wolfaboo" and "furfag" being thrown around every time someone has an opposite opinion.
I'm rambling... Anyway, my rating here is 6/10. It's an OK movie. I've seen much worse (Norm Of The North, Happily Never After, spazio Chimps, fuckin Foodfight). I'd even watch this over Frozen.