Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom

Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom
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Synopsis

Norm and his oldest son travel back to New York to receive the key to the city.

Dove Review

It doesn’t take long for Norm, the same good-natured polar bear from 2016’s Norm of the North, to recognize that being a king and a good leader is no skate along the ice. In only a matter of days he is offered a prominent position in New York City, stumbles upon and solves a burglary mystery, and must protect his kingdom from ice being taken away from humans. What a job he is asked to do!

Yet, Norm embodies that best of leadership, despite his tactlessness and goofiness. He recognizes the value of telling the truth and owning up to one’s mistakes and how to delegate and forgive. For younger audiences, the film is nimble on its feet, and its quick pacing and playful sense of humor make this a great title. This movie is Dove-Approved for All Ages.

The Dove Take

Part whodunit, part race-against-time chase flick, and all fast-paced fun, Norm of the North 2 is an excellent look at what it takes to be a great leader.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: The film demonstrates what it takes to become and improve on being a great leader
Sex: None
Language: "Butt"; "Nerd"; "Stupid"
Violence: Mild cartoon action including some hitting and kicking; mild sports action.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Assemblage Entertainment
Director: Tim Maltby
Producer: Daniel Altiere, Steven Altiere, Ken Katsumoto, Steven Rosen, Andrew Tight, Liz Young and Mike Young
Genre: Animated
Reviewer: Rory P.