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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Norm of The North: Movie Review

By: Lakwatsera Lovers

When an evil real estate developer Mr. Greene (voiced by Ken Jeong) wants to take over the Artic, Norm (Rob Schneider) was left with no choice but to take the matter into his own hands in preserving their habitat. Norm and his trusted trio of lemmings travel to New York to find a way and stop the plan of Mr. Greene.

After the release of the cuddly third film of the Kung Fu Panda franchise, a polar bear named Norm enters our cinemas this week. However, unlike Po and the rest of his crew, Norm of the North fell short of giving quality entertainment that suits for the whole family. But to be fair, the film still had that appealing moments, especially when the group of lemmings enters the frame. They are like minions who steal the show whenever they are around as they produce the laughs to the younger audience.

The film doesn't have caliber voice cast, but Rob Schneider and Ken Jeong may have done the trick. They inject energy to their characters as they try hard to keep the entire thing floating on ice. However, things isn't that simple as the film feels rushed at times, and it struggles to keep the story intact. 

Overall, Norm of the North is a substandard animation that may entertain kids with its simplicity. It is enjoyable at times, but it lacks on a lot of aspects to make your family theater trip memorable. 

Lakwatsera Lovers rates it 4.5 out of 10 stars

Cast: Rob Schneider, Ken Jeong, Bill Nighy 

Directed by: Trevor Wall
Distributed by: Multivision Pictures PH
Now Showing in cinemas nationwide  


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