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This week's reviewed movie is:
Happy Feet




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The odd but endearing musical Happy Feet will dazzle viewers with its technical skills and vibrant digital images.

There's also a message about the fish disappearing from our planet Earth.

The overall good cheer and feel of this movie is enough to warm your feet.

Rich with voice talent, and with a story as thin as ice, Happy Feet may be one of the most overrated and over hyped animated films of all time.

Running on the heels of last year's March of the Penguins, this well-directed tale of frozen tundra turns from cute & cuddly to sappy & preachy in less than a blink from a penguin's eye.

It's as visually stunning as it is humorless and, predictably in the end, pointless.

The movie Happy Feet is an animated musical extravaganza, a story about the Antarctic world of singing penguins.

The star, called Mumble the King Penguin, was born to tap dance rather than sing like the rest of his kind, creating a problem in their mating process which is regarded by the community as a little weird, because he is unable to sing his "heart song" to find his soul mate.

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