Repackaged as "Frozen Land" in the United Kingdom in an attempt to leech off the success of Frozen (2013), with a logo on the cover that was clearly a copy of its logo. Disney sued the distribution company, Phase 4 Films, who settled out of court for $100,000, and an agreement to stop using that title. See more »
An entirely Canadian 3D stereoscopic animated film See more »
Man, what the hell, I will open up my heart with you guys right here right now.
I was NOT expecting much of this movie, actually I thought it would be pretty crap, I even prepared some beers and some snacks, sure... I thought "I'm really gonna need to feel my belly in order to take the emptiness of this movie" (this thought was good I need to write that, duh, I'm doing it already), anyway... All that bacon with bbq and beer does not hold me any longer and I started to give this movie a chance, those Inuit guys are hilarious, oh my god, I almost threw up (I actually kinda did a little bit on the carpet but it was OK, almost can't tell the difference only get a little bit darker with the taint), when they start to run, man, got to tell you, nobody can stop them! THE ANIMATION IS VERY GOOD, AWESOME QUALITY AND I EVEN GONNA INVITE ALL MY FAMILY FOR THE NEXT SESSION. I know understand a bit more of INUIT culture and Nancy Savard as director? This dude really knows what the is doing, some scenes really keeps you on thinking, oh my god, then you notice that it is just a movie, but sometimes you even lose track of this, you really feel yourself living that, oh my god. Well, not the part of starvation, that part I really did not feel. Enjoy the movie holmes.
6 of 14 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this