Happy Feet [DVD] 
About this deal
Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture is the lyrical soundtrack album from the 2006 animated film Happy Feet. The site's consensus reads, "Visually dazzling, with a thoughtful storyline and catchy musical numbers, Happy Feet marks a successful animated debut from the makers of Babe. have fired over a copy of Happy Feet for evaluation, which happens to be the same exact DVD from 2007 without a cardboard slipcover.
Happy Feet (2006) - Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman" Archived 28 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine. In 'Happy Feet 2' (2011) Mumble is dismayed to discover that his son Erik (Elizabeth Daily) cannot, or will not, dance. Unfortunately in Antarctica his toe-tapping talent is deemed peculiar and poor Mumble is branded an outcast by the emperor elders and is even accused of causing the mysterious fish famine which is gripping the penguin community and threatening their way of life. In one corner, we've seen a good number of penguin movies that capture the same cuddly feel-good attitude, like Surf's Up, while in the other corner we've encountered our share of eco-friendly animated films that nail similar messages with more strength and concentration both, such as Wall-E. Baumgarten also says the CGI re-creation at Antarctica are "stunning, allowing the film to shift among glorious long shots of the ice and penguin population and midshots and close-ups of the character interactions".Meanwhile his feet do all the talking in tippety, tappety, hippety, hoppety groovy funkadelic style. There are some nice extras on the DVD, including a newly completed animation sequence that had been deleted from the original storyline - "Mumble Meets a Blue Whale.
French and Spanish EX tracks are also available, as are optional English, French, and Spanish subtitles.
Happy Feet" may suffer from a few flaws, not the least of which its (at times) plodding pace and its neat and tidy happy ending.
Happy Feet needed an enormous group of computers, and Animal Logic worked with IBM to build a server farm with sufficient processing potential. Among the DVD's special features is a scene that was cut from the film where Mumble meets a blue whale and an Albatross. Happy Feet was released on home media on March 27, 2007 in the United States in three formats; DVD (in separate widescreen and pan and scan editions), Blu-ray Disc, and an HD DVD/DVD combo disc. His hero's journey involves both discovering his own innate coolness, and, more importantly, solving the mystery of the dwindling supply of edible fish in the ocean.Film critic Yar Habnegnal wrote an essay in Forum on Contemporary Art and Society that examines the themes of encroachment presented throughout the film, as well as various other subtexts and themes, such as religious hierarchy and interracial tensions.