ALPHA AND OMEGA: FAMILY VACATION (Theatrical Release United States 2015)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.4|5.0 Starsììì 

Alpha and Omega: Family Vacation—run-of-the-mill animated adventure—consistently copies the rest of the Alpha and Omega series, unappealing, hard-to-get-through scenes without good foundation. This movie relies on a series of flashbacks that run on a thin storyline. Unfortunately, this movie, as did the prequels, produces below grade, low quality animation, and storylines that do not satisfy. Children will have difficulty following the flashbacks.

 Film poster courtesy of Google Images


Kate and Humphrey remember their adventures together. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Directors Kyung-Duk Kim and Richard Rich for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Susan Gelb and Ken Katsumoto for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Kate/Stinky/Lilly (Voice of Kate Higgins), Humphrey (Voice of Ben Diskin), Runt (Voice of Debi Derryberry), Claudette (Voice of Marieve Herington), Brent/Fleet (Voice of Mike Jacobs), Paddy/Marcel/Jethro/Shakey/Mooch (Voice of Christopher Corey Smith), Fran/Freida (Voice of G.K. Bowes), Agnes (Voice of Mela Lee), Griffin (Voice of Benjamin Waters), Julia (Voice of Maxine Blue), and Liz (Voice of Elizabeth Covarrubias). 

Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

No. The movie series misses the mark of good entertainment and this movie follows that pattern.

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