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|The Little Polar Bear|
Actors: Mijail Verona, Maximilian Artajo, Jochen Busse, Mike Krüger, Bernd Stelter
Directors: Piet De Rycker, Thilo Rothkirch
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House, Kids & Family, Animation
Based on the beloved children's books, The Little Polar Bear is a wondrous, warmhearted feature-length tale sparkling with snowbound adventure, breathtaking animation and a gentle message about accepting others - even if t... more »
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Cindy J. from DUARTE, CA
Reviewed on 12/21/2010...
My 5 year old daughter LOVES this movie. It's a really sweet tale about two unlikely best friends and their adventures.
Glyn Millett | Transylvania | 03/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I first got this on D.V.D I thought it would be an average cutesy film but I was wrong THIS MOVIE ROCKED one of the best films about friendship I have ever seen in my life BREATHTAKING SCENERY ,MYSTIFYING MUSIC and SOME OF THE COOLEST CHARACTERS YOU COULD RELATE TOO this film has everything but the best thing about this movie was the lesson which was FRIENDS CAN COME IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES NO MATTER WHAT THE DIFFERENCES ARE everytime I keep watching this film It always makes me cry and it is suitable for all of the family"
Magical moments for toddlers
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My daughter, 2.5 years, absolutely adores this movie, just as much as she loves the books. The plot in itself is not very realistic, but then again childrens animated movies usually aren't; Animals talk, friendships grow between two spieces enemies in nature (an other example Disney's "Fox and Hound") and the locations have all the details wrong... Refreshingly this movie has no violence and lots of sweet moments which makes it suitable for the youngest viewers."
V | Lyme, CT usa | 01/29/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sweet animated film about a baby polar bear's friendship with a baby seal. Despite the "fish eating machine"(which kills No animals), my 4 year old loves the movie. Nice change of pace from Disney animations, which often seem to include violence and death."