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Arctic Tale

G| 1 hr. 36 min.

Plot Summary
Nanu, a polar bear cub, and Seela, a young walrus, live and grow to maturity in the frozen wilderness of the North, where the tundra has been a haven to their kind for countless generations. Now Nanu, Seela and the rest of the Arctic's wildlife experience the diminishment of their environment, as global warming literally melts the ice beneath them.

Cast: Queen Latifah

Directors: Adam Ravetch , Sarah Robertson

Genres: Documentary

Distributor: Paramount Pictures

Arctic Tale (2007)

Release Date: July 25th, 2007|1 hr. 36 min.

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critic reviews ( 3 )
fan reviews ( 8 )
  • Makes an unpersuasive case that humans are to blame for the shrinking ice caps. show more

  • Whatever problems some might have with its execution, it's hard to argue against a film whose intent is to kindle youthful compassion for living things and inspire action to protect Earth and its creatures. show more

  • The impact of Arctic Tale is blunted by its length (it feels long at 85 minutes) and by its script. show more

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  • July 30, 2009 Sweetrose
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    Music superstar Queen Latifah is so "right on the money", about nature preservation. She narrates this documentation of our Earth's dwindling resources; Such creatures as the seal and the polar bear, are vastly crowding together to find shelter and food. You feel for Nanu,and the other animals,as you watch them go through desperate struggles. The World belongs to us,as well as the living things around us. We should be considerate and conservative of our "blessings".

  • May 22, 2008 cynthiaminde
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    I thought this was an Excellent movie. A total wake up call on what is really happening. Beautiful photography of how the Artic is and lives. One film I would rate a thumbs up and pass on to others to watch.

  • May 22, 2008 rforstot
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    Not very many vendors and the ones that are there are high priced

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