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Norm of the North (2016) Animation
Directed by Trevor Wall
Produced by Nicolas Atlan
Ken Katsumoto, Steve Rosen
Liz Young, Mike Young
Starring Rob Schneider
Heather Graham, Ken Jeong
Colm Meaney, Loretta Devine
Gabriel Iglesias, Michael McElhatton
Bill Nighy
Genre: Action & Advanture, Animation, Comedy
Release dates: January 15, 2016
Running time: 90 minutes
Country: United States, Ireland
Language : English

Description:Norm of the North is a 2016 American/Irish 3D computer animated adventure family comedy film produced by Nicolas Atlan, Ken Katsumoto, Steve Rosen, Liz Young and Mike Young, written by Daniel R. Altiere, Steven M. Altiere, and Malcolm T. Goldman, and directed by Trevor Wall. It features the voices of Rob Schneider as the title character, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Colm Meaney, Loretta Devine, Gabriel Iglesias, Michael McElhatton, and Bill Nighy. It was co-produced by Splash Entertainment, Telegael and Assemblage Entertainment, and distributed by Lionsgate.

Of all the creatures in the animal kingdom, it is arguably the polar bear whose real-world behavior differs most starkly from that of its anthropomorphized iterations. Cartoon polar bears are almost unfailingly benign and cute; real-world polar bears will swipe your head off before you can contrive an observation of how surprisingly intimidating they appear. A real-life grizzly you might be able to run from, or successfully play dead for. With a polar bear, you’d have to be really, really good at playing dead, I reckon.

“Norm of the North,” an almost entirely misbegotten computer-animated film, makes a small concession to the actuality of polar bear existence by showing its titular bear hero to be a hunter, albeit an inept one, of seals. (Early in the film, a killer whale does eat a seal, but it maintains the film’s absence of gore by swallowing it whole.) Directed by Trevor Wall from a screenplay by three other mammals, “Norm” aspires to the second-rate smart-aleckyness that characterizes current DreamWorks animated fare but doesn’t even get within, um, swiping distance.

Its plotline, involving Norm’s trek to New York to foil a condos-in-the-Arctic scheme, is inane even by the standards of animated funny animal comedy. Its gag set pieces run the gamut from uninspired to incoherent; Rob Schneider, voicing the title role, is energetic but bland. At various intervals, supposedly cute lemmings join Norm in a dance that he calls “the Arctic Shake.”

The title character of “Norm of the North” may be a bear, but the movie is a dog. Actually, that assessment is unfair to dogs — real, anthropomorphic and metaphorical.
 “Norm of the North” is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested). “mild rude humor and action,” e.g., lemmings urinating.

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