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Tap dancing is all Mumble wants to do yet that is impossible because all the other penguins are great singers. In addition to this, there is currently a fish famine which many of the Emperor Penguins blame on Mumble. Sadly, this gets our furry friend kicked out of Emperor Land and into the the far reaches of the North Pole. Realizing that he must find out the reason for the lack of fish, Mumble sets off on a journey to help his people. Along the way, Mumble makes friends like the Adelie Amigos and the lovely Lovelace, and it is through many trials and tribulations that he realizes he is going to have to dance, not sing, his way into a romantic interlude with the woman he loves (apparently, these animals sing to one another in order to bring about a relationship). This movie is filled with many singing numbers, a lot of comic voice stylings by Robin Williams and a plethora of amazing animated shots.
Widescreen Version - 1080p resolution. A lot of times in my standard DVD reviews I write things like, "I can only imagine how this movie will play in one of the next generation formats." Well, getting to see this film on HD-DVD (and in its standard format) was illuminating in a lot of ways. I know that average people probably aren't going to do side by side comparisons of all this stuff. Most people don't have the time. However, this HD-DVD release looks immaculate. In fact, I feel that once people get hipped to how good this next generation release looks, they will have a hard time watching Standard DVDs (which still look pretty darn good by the way). The picture is so clean here it is scary. There isn't a hint of fuzziness in any of the ways that the picture has been rendered. I can only imagine what people are going to say once the prices of all this next generation equipment comes down.
Anybody who has followed any of my reviews knows that I don't like musicals. They take me out of the story and constantly remind me that I am watching a movie. The fact that I didn't like these songs at all (too modern for my tastes) makes me think A) I just didn't get this film or B) I was simply the wrong person to review this movie. I will say that the animation was great and that on DVD this thing looked pristine. It is truly amazing what can be done with computers nowadays.