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Arctic Justice is a movie starring Jeremy Renner, Heidi Klum, and James Franco. An Arctic fox works in the mailroom of a package delivery service, but wants to be doing the deliveries.

Genres
Comedy, Animation, Family, Adventure
Director
Aaron Woodley
Starring
John Cleese, Jeremy Renner, James Franco, Heidi Klum

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Animation, Family, Adventure
Director Aaron Woodley
Writer Aaron Woodley, Bryan Thompson, Matthew Lyon, Bob Barlen, Cal Brunker
Stars John Cleese, Jeremy Renner, James Franco, Heidi Klum
Country USA, UK, South Korea, India, Canada, China, Japan
Also Known As Arktinen oikeus, Arctic Justice: Thunder Squad, Justicia del Ártico: Escuadrón del Trueno, Arktika õiglus, Arctic - Un'avventura glaciale, Kutup Köpekleri, Artic Justice: Brigada Trovão, Arktisk rettferdighet, Polar Squad, Arktisk rättvisa, Arkties komanda, Śnieżna paczka, Sarkvidéki akció, Arctic Dogs, Arktisk retfærdighed
Runtime 1 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An Arctic fox works in the mailroom of a package delivery service, but wants to be doing the deliveries.

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Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 12:18

After spending the last few weeks in a coma, Matt (Josh Gad) awakens and is quickly sent to a military base to be executed. He is given a pardon by a scientist (Amy Schumer) and his "fate" is sealed. He must return to the Arctic, where he is to be executed. But on his trip back he is saved from the execution by a mysterious stranger named "Ryan (Edward Herrmann). Ryan has an ice axe that will protect him from the horrors of the world below. The two set out on an adventure to get to Ryan and get back to Matt. To get there they must fight the terrifying hordes of the ice giants and their hungry, fire breathing "giant" friends. Some of the best animation of this year has been the animated film's. When I first heard that there was a new animated feature coming out I was excited, especially with the amazing voice talents on board (including Idris Elba and others). I mean, if you want a fantastic animated film that will leave you awestruck, you can't go wrong with Frozen. But there was something missing. I loved Frozen. I thought it was beautifully animated. I thought the story was fantastic. I thought the acting was superb. And then, as the movie came out, I found myself searching for the film that could bring the same level of quality to my movie watching experience. As the movie went on, the quality didn't improve. I was hoping for a new story, a new storyline, but nothing in particular. And then I got on IMDb and came across the plot summary. I have never seen the plot summary. So I asked a friend what he thought. He thought it was stupid, and just plain stupid. So I went ahead and read it. It was fantastic. I laughed, I cried, I got more excited for the movie than I ever thought possible. The acting was superb. They played off of each other brilliantly. They were believable. Their chemistry was brilliant. They didn't just play off of each other, they played off of each other like a real couple. And then I saw the plot summary. I'm sorry, but that just didn't make sense. The plot summary should have explained what was happening. What exactly was happening? And why did this need to be explained to me? It was incredibly confusing, as if the plot wasn't fully explained to me. This is a major flaw for me, because I love the movies. I want to know how the story is going to end. And I love the characters. I wanted to like this movie, I really did. I really did. And then the plot summary. I'm sorry. It just didn't make sense. It should have been explained, and then they could have gotten into the good parts of the story. The ending of the movie, when I saw it was going to end, completely ruined it for me. I was left confused. I was left with no answer, because I could have gotten that answer by watching the plot summary. I really don't understand why this movie got bad reviews. It's a fantastic movie, and I'm glad I had the chance to see it. If you like animated films, I highly recommend Frozen. It's a wonderful, beautiful film that's perfect for all ages. If you're expecting a kids movie, I suggest The Emperor's New Groove, or Toy Story 3. If you're expecting a film that's going to move you, Frozen is a fantastic film. It's beautifully animated, and it has a wonderful story. It's family friendly, and I definitely recommend it to anyone who likes animated films. It's one of the best films of this year, and I'm going to see it again. And then, if I don't get my hands on Frozen, I'm going to see it again.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 23:51

I don't know what some of you were expecting when you went to see this movie, but what you got was an ice skating adventure for all ages. It starts out with a schoolboy who's in the midst of a mid-winter ritual, when a bus carrying the other kids gets hijacked by a gang of bikers. After the children get off, the rest of the kids are made to carry the bikers out of town. If the kids are to survive the cold and the blizzard, they will have to do it without the guidance of their parents. The kids must be brave and together, with the guidance of their parents, they will survive this journey. It's about the courage, determination and love of the kids and their father in the face of this extreme event. I would give this movie an 8, but I had a couple of other issues with the movie, but I didn't give it any lower than 7, for a reason. First, the movie's length. Too long, it had a lot of scenes, that I didn't particularly care about. I couldn't figure out the reason why so many scenes were crammed in a short time. If they wanted to make this movie longer, then they should have cut more out, but they didn't. And the story is a little slow. The only reason I gave it a 6 was because I was hoping the movie would pick up a little bit, after the first 5 minutes. The first time I was impatient and wanted it to pick up, but it never did. Second, the cartoon character animation. The animation is really good, but the characters are way too much exaggerated. And it's almost comical to see the kid who lives in a castle, and the one who lives on the streets. Also, the animation looks really fake. Third, I would have loved if the movie would have had more villains. Especially the bad guy who is the kidnapper of the kids. He should have been more bad-ass. Fourth, I would have loved to have seen the kids find out who the bad guy is. They were sort of playing the villain, which I was disappointed about. But overall, I think the movie was good and I'd recommend it to children of all ages. I'm giving it an 7 out of 10.


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