We've just finished watching this. Not as good as the previous two SG films. Wasn't as whacky or imaginative, I thought. Interesting that Gaiman was involved in the song adaptations, since the storyline - a girl raised by wolves, plus various other forest creatures, defend the Forest Spirit against humans who want to mine iron - reminded me of Gaiman's Black Orchid, in the actions of the third faction, a young prince trying to lift a curse by reconciling the two sides.
Again, wasn't keen on the English dialogue track, but couldn't get another one to work. :-)