Overall Rank: 6717
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 209
Theatrical Release Date: 11/17/2006
Genre: Animation, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: George Miller, Warren Coleman, Judy Morris
Actors: Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy, Robin Williams, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving
Plot: A penguin from the Antarctic goes in search for the cause of the dwindling food source, and finds a problem which affects not only his, but all species.
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/10/2019
A slight bubblegum animated musical with recognizable hit songs that is perfectly acceptable for the little ones.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 09/14/2014
This is one of those movie's that i don't like but other people do like.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 01/08/2013
I enjoyed the movie with my son. Shocked by others' displeasure.
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The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/08/2008
In Antarctica, a colony of Emperor Penguins are living peacefully. A female penguin named "Norma Jean" (voiced by Nicole Kidman) finds a mate named "Memphis" (voiced by Hugh Jackman) by singing a "heartsong" ("Kiss" by Prince), to which "Memphis" responds with his own "heartsong ("Heartbreak Hotel" by "The King of Rock 'n' Roll" Elvis Presley). The two hatch a child named "Mumbles" (voiced by EG Daily)
"Mubles" is not your typical penguin, as he is unable to carry a "heartsong" if it had handles on it. He becomes an outcast, but a female named "Gloria" (voiced by Alyssa Shafer) becomes the only penguin who shows him a shred of respect. It is also obvious that "Mumbles" has feeling for the female penguin.
Years later, the fish population the penguins live off of is dying out. And …
TheWolf - wrote on 08/04/2007
Visually, 'Happy Feet' is amazing. Almost every landscape down to the smallest icicle look so very real. Even the penguins themselves are highly detailed, but obviously aren't real. Aside from that and the direction from Greg Miller, everything presented in 'Happy Feet' is just okay. Nothing in it evokes a wholehearted wow. The plot itself takes what seems forever to be revealed. There's a forty five minute wait before anything about a famine is even mentioned. Watching the film is a lot like riding a roller coaster. No, I don't mean its a thrill ride. The way the story is set up, it goes up and down. Each time it begins to drag, something comes along to get it going again. And when the ending finally comes, it appears forced. The whole addition of an environmental issue still has me …
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