Written December 12, 2006
Great movie!! My son and I loved it!! Mumbo had true spirit and believed in himself. Loved it.
Written December 02, 2006
This movie was a waste of my time and money. I took my two grandchildren ages 4 & 7 thinking it would be fun for them. the 7 yr. old cried and wanted to leave; the 4 year old had no clue what it was about -actually neither did I. I think they were attempting to give the audience some message but it sure flopped - long before it became a political saga about saving the planet from the "alien" bad people. The first part had far too much sexual inuendo for kids - I'm not a prude but kids didn't understand that stuff and even if they did, it isn't what they came to watch! I don't recommend for anyone any age.
Written December 14, 2006
Mumble's (or whatever the main penguin's name; I couldn't figure it out) feet were the spotlight of this movie, however, I could hardly make out any movement in his feet. He is a penguin, so there are no legs to watch move either. I was bored fast. My daughter enjoyed it explaining to me the scientific facts that she learned from the March of the Pengins that were regurgitated into this film. I'm still waiting for a Cinderella/Beauty and the Beast children's animated hit.
Written December 29, 2006
i loved this movie because it was funny from beginning to end. especially "ramon", robin williams, they way he sang and danced. and i loved the way mumble danced. just the whole message behind it. my grandkids loved it which made me enjoy it more. the message i got was that no matter how different you are from your family you can accomplish anything if you set your mind to it.
Written November 26, 2006
I loved the animation, and the soundtrack was great who knew Brittany Murphy had a great voice. The humor reminded me of Shrek because the the tendency toward adult situations. My 14 month old nephew loved the parts he stayed awake for and pointed at the penquins. Happy Feet will have you singing and dancing during and after the movie.