In this Antarctica, penguins value conformity and have strict regulations regulated by the elders. Penguins are expected to have singing voices, they’re singing folk. But young Mumble (Wood) is unable to string a couple of notes together. Mumble's mom (Kidman) doesn't mind her son's eccentricity, but his dad (Jackman) complains that "it just ain't penguin." Mumble is eventually exiled by the high priest (Weaving). ... More
And so begin Mumble's wanderings about the icy continent, riddled with unknown dangers. Though he does finds buddies in Mexican-accented penguins fronted by Ramon (Williams, who does several voices), who are wowed by his swift feet. Their odyssey briefly reunites Mumble with his own penguins. But there, the fish supply has suddenly halted and Mumble sets out again, this time for the "Forbidden Shore" to find answers.Hide
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I liked the animation in this movie...they went all out to do an excellent job.
With the soundtrack I was expecting more neutral songs but they seemed aimed at adults and the content of most of them were a little to sensual to put into a kids movie.
The last track in the soundtrack (Story of Mumble) was all instrumental and very well done.
An excellent film for the family which is a bit let down by the last 15 minutes being to involved for the younger viewers. But thanks to a great cast and choice of music for the loveable animated penguins to tap dance to, the adults will enjoy this film as much as the children.
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