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Plot: When a real estate development invades his Arctic home, Norm and his three lemming friends head to New York City, where Norm becomes the mascot of the corporation in an attempt to bring it down from the inside and protect his homeland.
Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 15 Jan 2016
Unfair Ratings For An Excellent Movie. (by doctorsarah)
Ten Good Reasons Why Norm Of The North is an excellent movie.1 It is funny from beginning to end.2 Amazing Dialogue.3 Adventurous and interestingly impressive.4 Great Music .5 Talented & Experienced Actors & Actresses and not Amateurs.6 It is A Top 10 Movie IN USA,Canada,Europe & Asia.7 Amazing 3D Visual Effects.8 Handsome Actor Rob Schneider Is Professional And So Funny.9 A Great Family Movie With No Violence Whatsoever.10 Lions Gate Company Is A Professional Film Company And Not An Amateur Company.Actually this film was absolutely amusing for me although I'm not a kid.
Excellent in every way. (by ameeno)
I was really surprised that this movie is so excellent and funny in every way.There is real comedy,entertainment and action for every person to enjoy.Surprisingly for me as an adult,I found this excellent movie quite hilarious,entertaining and didactic .It is extremely unfair to see prejudice and injustice done to a great film like this,just because it was never released by Disney.Critics have been exposed that they receive money and bribes from film companies to talk positively about any movie even if it was a rubbish movie.But since this film company did not offer any bribes to film <more>
critics,they attack it.Honestly,despite the ruthless attack on this great family film,it will be number 1 soon in many countries.Soon you will know that movie critics have been fooling you and defaming this masterpiece movie when you see its international success.
Norm Rob Schneider the polar bear doesn't know how to hunt, but he does possess the unique ability to talk to humans. When the wealthy Mr. Greene Ken Jeong unveils his idea to build luxury condos in the Arctic, Norm realizes that his beloved home is in jeopardy. Accompanied by three mischievous lemmings, Norm stows away on a ship to New York. Once there, he meets a surprising ally Maya Kay who helps him hatch a scheme to sabotage the shady developer's plans.Norm of the North is truly an excellent movie you should not miss.It will undoubtedly please the majority of audience <more>
because it is impressively funny from the beginning till the end.
Exciting, great environmental message, great for younger kids (by rannynm)
In this abnormally ambitious first feature film from Splash Entertainment, Norm of the North is about Norm Rob Schneider , a Polar Bear who is able to communicate with humans. When his home, the Arctic is threatened by the evil developer Mr. Greene Ken Jeong , he must journey to the concrete jungle and convince people to save his home. This feature film offers laughs and appealing characters for young audiences and I think it also represents something bigger that older audiences will also enjoy. Splash Entertainment is an independent animation studio that has been given the chance, by its <more>
association with Lionsgate, to create a film for the big screen. That's not an easy task especially with so much competition from other animation companies. Is it revolutionary? No, but it's a nice start for Splash Entertainment's movie making journey. The film's delightful animation is colorful and fluent. I love how the characters move and dance. I particularly enjoyed watching Mr. Greene's rubber legs. Much like his personality, his movements are snake like - always slithering from place to place. He is my favorite character because he's so over the top. It also helps that he is voiced by the hilarious comedian Ken Jeong. Speaking of which, all the voice actors in this film portray their characters very well. I'm not particularly a Rob Schneider fan but, in this film he makes Norm a lovable and plush Polar Bear. For me, the humor is hit and miss. But, I'm not really the audience for this film. A lot of the comedy is geared for younger kids and there is a lot of potty humor. Although there are some jokes for parents and older kids to chuckle at, it is best suited for the younger set. While the slapstick is fast paced, I have a problem with how the characters come in contact. What makes slapstick funny is cause and effect. Tom and Jerry are a perfect example. When Tom runs smack into a pole his whole body makes solid contact causing him pain. In this the film, the characters seem to be made of rubber. When they come in contact with each other it's like silly putty being squished together. Now it does kind of work with Norm's furry sidekicks, the Lemmings, because their running joke is that they feel no pain. However, it does not work when the other characters react like rubber. With that said, while watching the film the kids in the theater went nuts and loved every moment of it. Just goes to show you that humor is diverse.My favorite scene is the opening of the film when Norm tries to hunt. Not only does it reveal the status quo of the main character, it also provides a lovely introduction to the comedy that will follow. The Arctic landscape adds to the visual ambiance of the animation. The moral of this film is "nature belongs to the animals." Mr. Greene plans to build condominiums in the Arctic and that's why Norm goes to New York and tries to convince them not to do that. I was glad to see this environmental message presented to young children.I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it to 3 through 12- year-olds. This film proves that just because you're not a big Polar Bear does not mean you can't make a big splash. I can't wait to see more from Splash Entertainment. This film is in theaters January 15 so mark your calendars now. Reviewed by Keefer B., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, go to kidsfirst dot org.
OK come on now what was wrong with this movie?!? It was super cute. Kids would enjoy it I'm 36 and loved it. Some people try to be critics and well you got it wrong if you gave this movie anything less than an 8. You will love Norm, he's a fun loving bear that speaks human and loves his home and will do what it takes to save it.
A film about the cold that warms your heart! (by johnreynolds96)
I went with my younger sister to see this movie after she wouldn't stop talking about the lemmings she saw in an ad for the film. While, like any other children's movie, it wasn't aimed at my demographic, I still found the dialogue entertaining and more importantly the themes powerful. This movie takes on climate change and aims the issue at an audience that will shape our future on Earth, so its a favorite in my book! Plus, it has a pretty solid cast, Gabriel Iglesias was great as Stan and as always Ken Joeng's hilarious voice made his character Mr. Greene one that stood out. <more>
When this finally comes out of DVD I'll be sure to get a copy for my sister, and honestly will probably sit in for a screening or two!
I liked the cliche filled film, even if your kid didn't.Norm is a polar bear who was born with the ability to speak English, and by English I mean American English and not that stuff with foreign accents. When the ironically named Mr. Greene decides to build modern homes in the Arctic, Norm travels to NYC in an attempt to save his home and later that Grandpa thing. He meets the very do-able Vera, drawn almost anime style as they attempt to rescue everybody in this formula film.There are multiple themes about saving the Arctic and wildlife, but no mention of that global warming thing, a <more>
controversial subject that only 99% of the planet can agree upon. There is an us 99% vs them 1 % theme in a Mr. Greene statement yet his investors turn out to be good guys. Mr Greene has a name which warns us that not everything labeled "green" is actually "green" and not all NY real estate moguls live up to their name. I am not sure why the NYC council has legal jurisdiction over the Arctic, but plot continuity is not a sell point.The cutesy film is also a musical and should have an appeal to the 5-8 year old group with fart humor and "Shut Up and Dance With Me" number.