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happy feet BY kealaog hghbvutkJvht gughJk ykJh gyuk vtuykiyg gkuluif Jnh bnhJJ jkbkJJbh uhiuhuikany Animal Logic. Though primarily an animated film, Happy Feet 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.  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. 3] Happy Feet won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and the BAFTA Award or Best Animated Film, and was nominated for the Annie Award for Best Animated Feature and the Saturn Award for Best Animated Film. The film was dedicated in memory of Nick Enright, Michael Jonson, Robby McNeilly Green, and Steve Irwin.
A sequel, Happy Feet Two, was released into theatres November 18, 2011 and received mixed reviews. Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 cast 3 Production 3. 1 Environmental message 3. 2 MusiC 4 Reception 4. 1 Box office 4. 2 Critical reception 4. Analysis 4. 4 Home media 5 Accolades 5. 1 Wins 5. 2 Nominations 5. 3 Top ten lists 6 Video games 7 Sequels 8 Happy Feet 4-D Experience See also 10 References 11 External links plot 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, Memphis briefly drops the egg. The resulting chick, Mumble, has no vocal talent, but regarded as the most talented of his age. One day, Mumble encounters a group of ostile Skua, with a leader who is tagged with a yellow band, which he claims to have been from an alien abduction. Mumble narrowly escapes the hungry birds by falling into a crevice. Years later, an adult Mumble is now an outcast who is frowned upon by his elders. After being shunned during the graduates’ song, he is attacked by a leopard seal.
After escaping, he 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 to have been bestowed upon him by mystic beings. For the emperor penguins, it is mating season and Gloria is the center of attention. Ramon tries to help Mumble win her affection by singing a Spanish version of “My Way”, with Mumble lip syncing.
When Gloria sees Ramon behind Mumble’s back, she becomes angry and turns away. As a last resort, Mumble begins tap dancing in synch with her song. She falls for him and all 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 banished. 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 ostracizes Gloria, driving her away. At the forbidden shore, the group finds a fishing boat. Mumble pursues it solo to the brink of xhaustion. 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 aliens to be true. The whole of the colony, even Noah, 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. In the final scene, a baby penguin is seen dancing next to Mumble and Gloria, revealed to be their son Erik in Happy Feet Two. Cast Elijah Wood as Mumble Robin Williams as Ramon and Lovelace Brittany Murphy as Gloria Hugh Jackman as Memphis Nicole Kidman as Norma Jean Hugo Weaving as Noah the Elder Steve Irwin as Trev Lombardo Boyar as Raul
Jeffrey Garcia as Rinaldo Johnny Sanchez as Lombardo Miriam Margoyles as Mrs. Astrakhan Fat Joe as Seymour Anthony LaPaglia as Skua Boss Roger Rose as Leopard Seal Elizabeth Daily as baby Mumble Alyssa Shafer as baby Gloria Production Miller cites as an initial inspiration for the film an encounter with a grizzled old camera-man, 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, YouVe 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. “ Happy Feet was also partially inspired by earlier documentaries such as the BBC’s Life in the Freezer.  In 2001, during an otherwise non-sequiter 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 Bros. ad decided to provide funding on the film. Production was slated to begin sometime after the completion of the fourth Mad Max ilm, Fury Road, but geo-political complications pushed Happy Feet to the forefront in early 2003. An earlier cut of the film seems to have included a large subplot regarding aliens in the extraterrestrial sense, whose presence was made gradually more and more known throughout, and who were planning to siphon off the planet’s resources gradually, placing the humans in the same light as the penguins.
At the end, through the plight of the main character, their hand is stayed and, instead, first contact is made. This was chopped out during the last year of production, and has et to see the light of day in a finished form, although concept art from these sequences were showcased at the Siggraph 2007 demonstration, and are available online, as well.
The animation in Happy Feet 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.  The dancers went through “Penguin School” to learn how to move like a penguin, and also wore head apparatus to mimic a penguin’s ygbbuikyfk dct gwlb uyyitf; fu lgy I yug; g; ‘g;