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Swifty the Arctic Fox (Jeremy Renner) works in the mailroom of the Arctic Blast Delivery Service, but he has much bigger dreams. He yearns to become a Top Dog, the Arctic's star husky couriers. To prove he can do it, he commandeers one of the sleds and delivers a mysterious package to a secret location. Once there, he stumbles on a hidden fortress overseen by the nefarious Otto Von Walrus (John Cleese). The blubbery evil genius commands an army of oddly polite puffin henchmen. Swifty discovers Otto Von Walrus' villainous plan to drill beneath the snow-packed surface to unleash masses of ancient gas to melt the Arctic and become the world's supreme ruler. To stop this sinister scheme, Swifty enlists the help of his friends: PB (Alec Baldwin), a neurotic polar bear, Lemmy (James Franco), a scatterbrained albatross, Jade Fox (Heidi Klum), a brainy engineer, Leopold (Omar Sy) and Bertha (Heidi Klum), two conspiracy theorist otters and Magda (Anjelica Huston), his curmudgeonly boss.Written by
Several times during the film, characters leave the door open when they come out and walk away. In the very next shot, every time, the door is magically closed. See more »
[after pulling Swifty out of the snow pile]
Swifty? What are you doing here so early?
I lost... my pound.
The pound I gained to hit the twenty pound minimum to pull the top dog sled!
Well you can't fight your metabolism.
I can and I will put to the test, I'm going to deliver my best, Come on!
Swifty, how have I put this repeatably in the past.
Oh yes, deliveries have only ever been made by dogs, and you are not a dog.
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I Don't Mind (Clean Edit)
Written by Usher, Juicy J, Dr. Luke, Jacob Kasher, R. City and Cirkut
Performed by Usher featuring Juicy J
Produced by Cirkut, Dr. Luke and R. City See more »
I think "underwhelming" is a fitting word
A lot of people have described the film as "generic", which I don't disagree with, but at the same time, I think "underwhelming" is a good term. So much aspects of the film, ranging from the plot, the characters, the setup, and so on - just feel so uneventful. I imagine they had difficulty making this into a full-length film, because there's nothing remarkable to really say about so much aspects.
The voicing cast is pretty good, I'll admit, so that's at least one plus I can think of, and if I had to think of another, I guess the character designs aren't too bad either, but other than that, there's not much special aspects of the film.
It's not a horrendous film, don't get me wrong, I mean, it's not "Foodfight!" level of bad, however, it's also fairly below average too. I think it would've been to have the film as a TV special or anything similar, because it really struggles to present itself as a film.
Granted, I know the film probably isn't intended for 18-year olds like me, however, the film has so much wrong with it that I don't think a lot of children would feel particularly interested, because the film just feels like something that's already been done before, and in much better ways too.
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