Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.6|5.0 Starsììì

Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure—not the best children’s film, but better than the first two Norm of the North movies—serves average fare with noticeably weak character development that outweighs the fairly good animation.

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Norm travels the world to recover a Chinese artifact.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Richard Finn and Tim Maltby for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Mike Bundlie, Anne Parducci, and Audrey Xu for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Vera/Chase/Goose #1 (voice of Jennifer Cameron), Grandpa/Student #2 (voice of Brian Dobson), Dexter/Mayhem/Bird (voice of Michael Dobson), Maria/Student #4 (voice of Lisa Durupt), Jin (voice of Simon Hayama), Socrates/Polar Bear #1 (voice of Jonathan Holmes), Quinn/Chaos (voice of Cole Howard), Olympia (voice of Maya Kay), Stan (voice of Alan Marriott), Fong/Student #3 (voice of Lee Tockar), Chen/Polar Bear #2 (voice of Vincent Tong), and Norm (voice of Andrew Toth).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Children may like this film. Adults may not want to choose this as a share night movie.

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  1. You are bad at your job if you think Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure, is bad.

  2. Thank you for commenting. We just opened public comments on the Ben Meyers International Movie Critics movie review blog this week and you have the distinction of being the first person to comment on our work within the blog itself. Norm is definitely a likable personality from the moment one sees him on screen. Because you liked Norm of the North, I am wondering if you may also like the Land Before Time series. We have reviewed that entire series also and have appreciated the animation quality and the clean, decent dialogue within that series of animated films. Be blessed and thank you again for commenting on our work.