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Happy Feet Two couldn't even be saved by Brad Pitt and Matt Damon

DVD Review: Happy Feet Two will be a major disappointment for fans of the first film, but hey, at least Brad Pitt and Matt Damon shine as Will and Bill the krill.

Happy Feet Two
Happy Feet Two is set to disappoint young fans of the first film when it hits cinemas

In 1998, as a follow-up to the much-loved family film Babe, Australian director George Miller released the dark and distressing Babe: Pig In The City. Critics were divided and the film duly flopped.

And, oh boy, George has done it again. Happy Feet, his Oscar-winning animated musical, was about a fluffy emperor penguin who only wanted to dance. This scrappy sequel centres on a desperate race to save an entire penguin colony from ecological disaster a?? with dance numbers. Swap Scorsesea??s passion for film restoration for Millera??s interest in planet preservation and Happy Feet Two is the second childrena??s film of the week to pursue an adult agenda.



To be fair, there were plenty of green shoots in Happy Feet but messages about responsible fishing did not choke a colourful character that kids could relate to. Mumble ( Elijah Wood ) is simply swamped here and his rhythm-free son, Erik, the supposed protagonist, stands no chance.

Thankfully, therea??s still plenty to gawk at. Much like Hugo, Happy Feet Two is technically dazzling, with amazing animated action and fabulous ice vistas. The songs are deeply unmemorable but some of the supporting characters stick. Best in show are Brad Pitt and Matt Damon as Will and Bill the krill a?? tiny, existentially challenged crustaceans who seem to have swum in from Pixara??s superior Finding Nemo.

Ita??s only ever loosely linked to the central action but the krillsa?? journey up the food chain is funny, cosmic and oddly moving. And in what must be a future trivia question, Happy Feet Two is the second film of 2011 to feature Pitt and the Horsehead Nebula (the other? Tree Of Life).

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William Bradley "Brad" Pitt (born December 18, 1963) is an American actor. He provides the voice for Will the Krill in Happy Feet Two.

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Happy FeetHappy Feet Poster.jpgTheatrical release posterDirected byGeorge MillerProduced by
  • Bill Miller
  • George Miller
  • Doug Mitchell
Written by
  • Warren Coleman
  • John Collee
  • George Miller
  • Judy Morris
  • Elijah Wood
  • Robin Williams
  • Brittany Murphy
  • Hugh Jackman
  • Nicole Kidman
  • Hugo Weaving
  • Anthony LaPaglia
  • Magda Szubanski
  • Steve Irwin
Music byJohn PowellCinematographyDavid PeersEdited by
  • Christian Gazal
  • Margaret Sixel
  • Village Roadshow Pictures
  • Animal Logic
  • Kennedy Miller Productions
  • Kingdom Feature Productions
Distributed by
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
    (United States)
  • Roadshow Films
    (Australia/New Zealand)[1]
Release date
  • 17 November 2006 (North America)
  • 26 December 2006 (Australia)
Running time108 minutesCountry
  • United States
  • Australia
LanguageEnglishBudget$100 million[2]Box office$384.3 million[2]

Happy Feet is a 2006 computer-animated musical comedy film directed, produced, and co-written by George Miller. It stars the voices of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Brittany Murphy, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving, and E.G. Daily. An international co-production between the United States and Australia, the film was produced at Sydney-based visual effects and animation studio Animal Logic for Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, and Kingdom Feature Productions, and was released in North American theaters on 17 November 2006. It is the first animated film produced by Kennedy Miller and Animal Logic.

Though primarily an animated film, the film does incorporate motion capture of live action humans in certain scenes. The film was simultaneously released in both conventional theatres and in IMAX 2D format.[3] The studio had hinted that a future IMAX 3D release was a possibility. However, Warner Bros., the film's production company, was on too tight a budget to release Happy Feet in IMAX digital 3D.[4]

Happy Feet received generally positive reviews from critics, becoming the recipient of the inaugural BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film, and the fourth non-Disney or Pixar to win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.[5] It was nominated for the Annie Award for Best Animated Feature and the Saturn Award for Best Animated Film. A sequel, Happy Feet Two, was released on 18 November 2011.


Every emperor penguin sings a unique song called a "heartsong" to attract a mate. If the male penguin's heartsong matches the female's song, the two penguins mate. Norma Jean, a female penguin, falls for Memphis, a male penguin and they become mates. They lay an egg, which is left in Memphis' care, while Norma Jean leaves with the other females to fish. While the males struggle through the harsh winter blizzard, Memphis briefly drops the egg. As a result, their son, Mumble, is unable to sing, but he can tap dance instead. Nevertheless, he is enamored with Gloria, a female penguin who is regarded as the most talented of her age. One day, Mumble encounters a group of hostile skua, with a leader who is tagged with a yellow band, which he says is from an alien abduction. Mumble narrowly escapes the hungry birds by falling into a crevice.

Now a young adult, Mumble is frequently ridiculed by the elders. After escaping from a leopard seal attack, Mumble befriends a group of Adelie penguins called "the Amigos", who embrace Mumble's dance moves and assimilate him into their group. After seeing a hidden human excavator in an avalanche, they opt to ask Lovelace, a rockhopper penguin, about its origin. Lovelace has the plastic rings of a six pack entangled around his neck, which he claims have been bestowed upon him by mystic beings.

For the emperor penguins, it is mating season and Gloria is the center of attention. Ramon, one of the Amigos, attempts to help Mumble win her affection by singing a Spanish version of "My Way", with Mumble lip syncing, but the plan fails, and Gloria finds it embarrassing. In desperation, Mumble begins tap dancing in sync with her song. She falls for him and the youthful penguins join in for singing and dancing to "Boogie Wonderland". The elders are appalled by Mumble's conduct, which they see as the reason for their lean fishing season. Memphis begs Mumble to stop dancing, for his own sake, but when Mumble refuses, he is exiled, prompting him to curse revenge on the elders for their blind belief.

Mumble and the Amigos return to Lovelace, only to find him being choked by the plastic rings. Lovelace confesses they were snagged on him while swimming off the forbidden shores, beyond the land of the elephant seals. Not long into their journey, they are met by Gloria, who wishes to join with Mumble as his mate. Fearing for her safety, he ridicules Gloria, driving her away.

At the forbidden shore, the group finds a fishing boat. Mumble pursues it solo to the brink of exhaustion. He is eventually washed up on the shore of Australia, where he is rescued and kept at Marine World with Magellanic penguins. After a long and secluded confinement in addition to fruitlessly trying to communicate with the humans, he nearly succumbs to madness. When a girl attempts to interact with Mumble by tapping the glass, he starts dancing, which attracts a large crowd. He is released back into the wild, with a tracking device attached to his back. He returns to his colony and challenges the will of the elders. Memphis reconciles with him, just as a research team arrives, proving the claims of the existence of "aliens" to be true. The whole of the colony, even Noah, the leader of the elders, engages in dance.

The research team returns their expedition footage, prompting a worldwide debate. The governments realize they are overfishing, leading to the banning of all Antarctic fishing. At this, the emperor penguins and the Amigos celebrate.


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  • Elijah Wood as Mumble
    • E.G. Daily as baby Mumble
  • Robin Williams as Ramon, Cletus, Lovelace, and the narrator
  • Brittany Murphy as Gloria
    • Alyssa Shafer as baby Gloria
  • Hugh Jackman as Memphis
  • Nicole Kidman as Norma Jean
  • Hugo Weaving as Noah the Elder
  • Fat Joe as Seymour
    • Cesar Flores as baby Seymour
  • Anthony LaPaglia as Skua Boss
  • Magda Szubanski as Miss Viola
  • Miriam Margolyes as Mrs. Astrakhan
  • Steve Irwin as Trev
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Nestor
  • Lombardo Boyar as Raul
  • Jeffrey Garcia as Rinaldo
  • Johnny Sanchez as Lombardo
  • Roger Rose as Leopard Seal


George Miller cites as an initial inspiration for the film an encounter with a grizzled old cameraman, whose father was Frank Hurley of the Shackleton expeditions, during the shooting of Mad Max 2: "We were sitting in this bar, having a milkshake, and he looked across at me and said, ‘Antarctica.’ He'd shot a documentary there. He said, ‘You’ve got to make a film in Antarctica. It’s just like out here, in the wasteland. It’s spectacular.’ And that always stuck in my head.”[6] Happy Feet was also partially inspired by earlier documentaries such as the BBC's Life in the Freezer.[7] In 2001, during an otherwise non-sequitur meeting, Doug Mitchell impulsively presented Warner Bros., studio president Alan Horn with an early rough draft of the film's screenplay, and asked them to read it while he and Miller flew back to Australia. By the time they'd landed, Warner had decided to provide funding on the film. Production was slated to begin sometime after the completion of the fourth Mad Max film, Fury Road, but geo-political complications pushed Happy Feet to the forefront in early 2003.

The animation is invested heavily in motion capture technology, with the dance scenes acted out by human dancers. The tap-dancing for Mumble in particular was provided by Savion Glover who was also co-choreographer for the dance sequences.[8] The dancers went through "Penguin School" to learn how to move like a penguin, and also wore head apparatus to mimic a penguin's beak.[9]

Happy Feet needed an enormous group of computers, and Animal Logic worked with IBM to build a server farm with sufficient processing potential. The film took four years to make. Ben Gunsberger, Lighting Supervisor and VFX Department Supervisor, says this was partly because they needed to build new infrastructure and tools. The server farm used IBM BladeCenter framework and BladeCenter HS20 blade servers, which are extremely dense separate computer units each with two Intel Xeon processors. Rendering took up 17 million CPU hours over a nine-month period.[10]

According to Miller, the environmental message was not a major part of the original script, but "In Australia, we're very, very aware of the ozone hole," he said, "and Antarctica is literally the canary in the coal mine for this stuff. So it sort of had to go in that direction." This influence led to a film with a more environmental tone. Miller said, "You can't tell a story about Antarctica and the penguins without giving that dimension."[11]

The film was dedicated to the memory of Nick Enright, Michael Jonson, Robby McNeilly Green, and Steve Irwin.


Happy Feet is a jukebox musical, taking previously recorded songs and working them into the film's soundtrack to fit with the mood of the scene or character. Two soundtrack albums were released for the film; one containing songs from and inspired by the film, and another featuring John Powell's instrumental score. They were released on 31 October 2006 and 19 December 2006, respectively.

Prince's "Song of the Heart" won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. The film won Golden Trailer Award for Best Music.[12] The song was written by Prince specifically for Happy Feet shortly after he was given a private screening of the film in order to gain his approval for the use of his song "Kiss" in a musical number.[13] Prince enjoyed the film, gave his approval for the use of "Kiss" and offered to write an original song for the production, which he completed a week later.[13]


Happy Feet: Music from the Motion PictureSoundtrack album by Various ArtistsReleased31 October 2006GenreSoundtrack, pop, rock, R&B, hip hopLength47:47LabelWarner Sunset, AtlanticProducerJohn Powell, George MillerHappy Feet soundtrack chronology Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture
(2006) Happy Feet: Original Score
(2006) Singles from Happy Feet "The Song of the Heart"
Released: 2006 "Hit Me Up"
Released: 22 January 2007 (CD Single)
29 January 2007 (Digital Download)

Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture is the lyrical soundtrack album from the 2006 animated film Happy Feet. As of March 2007, the OST has sold over 272,627 copies in the US.

Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture[14]No.TitleWriter(s)Performer(s)Length1."The Song of the Heart"PrincePrince4:352."Hit Me Up"Brian Kierulf, Josh Schwartz & Gia FarrellGia Farrell3:163."Tell Me Something Good"Stevie WonderPink3:084."Somebody to Love"Freddie MercuryBrittany Murphy3:475."I Wish"Stevie WonderPatti LaBelle, Yolanda Adams and Fantasia Barrino3:316."Jump N' Move"Simon Bartholomew, Jan Kincaid, Andrew Levy & Jamal MitchellThe Brand New Heavies (featuring Jamalski)3:187."Do It Again"Brian Wilson & Mike LoveThe Beach Boys2:248."The Joker mash-up with Everything I Own""The Joker" by Steve Miller, Eddie Curtis & Ahmet Ertegun;
"Everything I Own" by David Gates"The Joker" by Jason Mraz;
"Everything I Own" by Chrissie Hynde4:059."My Way (A Mi Manera)"Paul Anka, Jacques Revaux, Claude Francois & Gilles ThibaultRobin Williams1:4410."Kiss mash-up with Heartbreak Hotel""Kiss" by Prince;
"Heartbreak Hotel" by Mae Boren Axton, Thomas Durden, and Elvis Presley"Kiss" by Nicole Kidman;
"Heartbreak Hotel" by Hugh Jackman2:3611."Boogie Wonderland"Allee Willis & Jonathan LindBrittany Murphy5:0712."Golden Slumbers / The End"Paul McCartneyk.d. lang4:1613."The Story of Mumble Happy Feet"John Powell 5:50Total length:47:37


Box office

The film opened at number 1 in the United States on its first weekend of release (17–19 November), grossing $41.6 million and beating Casino Royale for the top spot.[15] It remained number 1 for the Thanksgiving weekend, making $51.6 million over the five-day period. In total, the film was the top grosser for three weeks, a 2006 box office feat matched only by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. As of 8 June 2008, Happy Feet had grossed $198.0 million in the U.S. and $186.3 million overseas, making about $384.3 million worldwide. Happy Feet was the third highest grossing animated film of 2006 in the U.S., behind Cars and Ice Age: The Meltdown. The film was released in about 35 international territories at the close of 2006.[16][17]

The production budget was $100 million.[2]

Critical reception

Happy Feet received generally positive reviews from critics. On review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 76% "Certified Fresh" score based on 167 reviews, with an average rating of 6.91/10. The site's consensus reads, "Visually dazzling, with a thoughtful storyline and catchy musical numbers, Happy Feet marks a successful animated debut from the makers of Babe."[18] Metacritic reports a 77 out of 100 rating, based on 30 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[19]


The film garnered analysis and dissection from various critics. Film critic Yar Habnegnal wrote an essay in Forum on Contemporary Art and Society that examines the themes of encroachment presented throughout the film, as well as various other subtexts and themes, such as religious hierarchy and interracial tensions.[20] Vadim Rizov of IFC sees Mumble as just the latest in a long line of cinematic religious mavericks.

On a technical or formal level, the film has also been lauded in some corners for its innovative introduction of Miller's roving style of subjective cinematography into contemporary animation.

Home media

Happy Feet was released on home media on 27 March 2007,[21] in the United States in three formats; DVD (in separate widescreen and pan and scan editions), Blu-ray Disc, and an HD DVD/DVD combo pack.[22]

Among the DVD's special features is a scene that was cut from the film where Mumble meets a blue whale and an albatross. The albatross was Steve Irwin's first voice role in the film before he voiced the elephant seal in the final cut. The scene was finished and included on the DVD in Irwin's memory. This scene is done in Irwin's classic documentary style, with the albatross telling the viewer all about the other characters in the scene, and the impact people are having on their environment.


The film appeared on numerous critics' top ten lists of the best films of 2006.[23][24]

Award Category Winner/Nominee Result Academy Awards Best Animated Feature Won American Film Institute Awards Honored as one of the Top Ten Best Films of the Year Won Annie Awards Best Animated Feature George Miller Nominated Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production George Miller, John Collee, Judy Morris, and Warren Coleman Nominated British Academy Children's Awards Best Feature Film Won British Academy Film Awards Best Animated Feature Film Won Golden Globe Awards Best Animated Feature Film Nominated Best Original Song "Song of the Heart" by Prince Won Golden Trailer Awards[25] Best Music Won Grammy Awards Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media John Powell Nominated Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media "The Song of the Heart", Prince Nominated Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Movie Won Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Animation Won New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animated Film Won Satellite Awards Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Nominated Saturn Awards Best Animated Film Nominated

Video games

Main article: Happy Feet (video game)

A video game based on the film was developed by A2M and published by Midway Games. It has the same main cast as the film. It was released for the PC, PlayStation 2, GameCube, GBA, NDS, and Wii.[26]

Artificial Life, Inc. has also developed a mobile game for the Japan market.[27]



Main article: Happy Feet Two

Happy Feet Two was produced at Dr. D Studios[28] and released on 18 November 2011. Wood and Williams reprised their roles for the sequel. Murphy was set to reprise her role and begin recording sometime in 2010,[29] but was replaced by P!nk after Murphy died from pneumonia on 20 December 2009. Matt Damon and Brad Pitt signed on as Bill the Krill and Will the Krill respectively.[30][31]

In an interview with, Miller mentioned the small possibility of Happy Feet Three, stating that if he came up with an idea for a third film, that he and his studio would produce it if they both agreed the idea was better than the first two. As of now, however, he has yet to mention if he has any ideas for a third film since the interview.[32]

4-D attraction

Happy Feet 4-D Experience is a 12-minute 4D film shown at various 4D theaters over the world. It retells the condensed story of Happy Feet with the help of 3D projection and sensory effects, including moving seats, wind, mist and scents. Produced by SimEx-Iwerks, the 4D experience premiered in March 2010 at the Drayton Manor Theme Park.[33] Other locations included Sea World (2010–2011),[34] Shedd Aquarium (2010–2012),[35] Moody Gardens (2010–2011),[36] Nickelodeon Suites Resort,[37] and Adventure Aquarium.[38]

See also

  • March of the Penguins — A 2005 nature documentary film about the real life emperor penguins. It won the 2005 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.[39]


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  • Up – Pete Docter (2009)
  • Toy Story 3 – Lee Unkrich (2010)
  • Rango – Gore Verbinski (2011)
  • Brave – Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman (2012)
  • Frozen – Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, and Peter Del Vecho (2013)
  • Big Hero 6 – Don Hall, Chris Williams, and Roy Conli (2014)
  • Inside Out – Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera (2015)
  • Zootopia – Byron Howard, Rich Moore, and Clark Spencer (2016)
  • Coco – Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson (2017)
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller (2018)
  • Toy Story 4 – Josh Cooley, Jonas Rivera, and Mark Nielsen (2019)
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BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film2000s
  • Happy Feet (2006)
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  • WALL-E (2008)
  • Up (2009)
  • Toy Story 3 (2010)
  • Rango (2011)
  • Brave (2012)
  • Frozen (2013)
  • The Lego Movie (2014)
  • Inside Out (2015)
  • Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)
  • Coco (2017)
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
  • Klaus (2019)
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Australia Animation industry in AustraliaCompanies/studiosActive
  • Act3animation
  • Bogan Enterainment Studios
  • Endemol Australia
  • Flying Bark Productions
    • Yoram Gross Films
  • Fox Studios Australia
    • Animal Logic
  • Honeydew Studios
  • Plastic Wax
  • RobotDNA
  • SLR Productions
  • The People's Republic of Animation
  • Working Dog Productions
  • Burbank Films Australia
  • Disney Animation Australia
  • Mr. Big Cartoons
  • Australian Cartoonists' Association
  • Screen Producers Australia
  • Ledger Award
  • Stanley Award
  • Madman Anime Festival
  • Supanova Expo
Animation icons
  • Awesome Magical Tales
  • Blinky Bill
  • Chesty Bond
  • Happy Feet
  • Harvie Krumpet
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