Arctic Dogs

critic Reviews

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    Jim JudyScreen It!
    I'd recommend going back and re-watching any number of far better and more interesting computer-animated films. (Full Content Review for Parents - Violence, Crude Humor, etc. - also Available)
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    Leigh PaatschHerald Sun (Australia)
    Admirable sentiments? Yes. When heard from a voice cast who could not be less invested in what they are saying? Not so admirable.
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    Leslie FelperinGuardian
    There are some wry, self-referential jokes and the animators are good at facial expressions and powdery, polar landscape textures.
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    Rachel Wagnerrachelsreviews.net
    I hated pretty much everything about it. Avoid it at all costs and support better animated films
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    James CrootStuff.co.nz
    The dialogue also bangs on relentlessly about not putting on a false front for people, something which culminates in what surely must be the clunkiest closing line in animated voiceover history.
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    Paul ByrnesSydney Morning Herald
    It's more like a compendium of familiar ideas bolted together and painted white -- a snow job, in other words.
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    Sandie Angulo ChenCommon Sense Media
    Strong voice cast can't save bland animated adventure.
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    Katie RifeAV Club
    There's really not much to recommend about this film: the animation lacks texture, the score is overwrought, the plotting is scattershot, and the character design is uninspired.
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    Rendy JonesRendy Reviews
    Kids, if your parent puts this on for you, they clearly don't love you.
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    Lacking much in the way of humor or charm, the film, directed by Aaron Woodley, culminates with the sort of frenetic, action-laden climactic sequence that has become de rigueur for these offerings.
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