History WMG / HappyFeet

28th Nov '13 8:06:04 PM JIKTV
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HappyFeet took its cues on penguin behavior, pre-Mumbles, from MarchOfThePenguins -- both the French and the English editions. But anyone who's seen ''March of the Penguins'' knows that there are ''good reasons'' for the old traditions.
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HappyFeet ''Happy Feet'' took its cues on penguin behavior, pre-Mumbles, from MarchOfThePenguins ''Film/MarchOfThePenguins'' -- both the French and the English editions. But anyone who's seen ''March of the Penguins'' knows that there are ''good reasons'' for the old traditions.
30th Aug '13 2:02:15 PM EarlOfSandvich
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[[WMG: The true ending that got cut involved alien abduction and resources being drained from the Earth in a [[HalfLife Combine]] like plot.]]
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[[WMG: The true ending that got cut involved alien abduction and resources being drained from the Earth in a [[HalfLife [[VideoGame/HalfLife2 Combine]] like plot.]]
31st Mar '13 6:15:21 PM concolor
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Or maybe they'll be in ''Happy Feet III.''
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[[JumpTheShark Or maybe they'll be in ''Happy Feet III.'' '']]
7th Jan '13 6:30:06 PM Peryton
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Removing pointless homophobic statements. If anyone sees similar shit from the same poster, plz warn me
* It's actually refreshing to see an Acceptance Aesop that isn't about homosexuals.
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* It's actually refreshing to see an Acceptance Aesop that isn't about homosexuals.
30th Jun '12 6:01:42 PM AnonymousMcCartneyfan
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Adjusting text for WMG
* Jossed, there's none. The antagonists are skua. ** It's more like the iceberg in the archetypal conflict of Penguin (instead of Human) versus Nature. The Skua showed up for one scene. ** That's right; the Skua aren't really antagonists; for the most part they're just assholes.
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* Jossed, there's none. The antagonists are skua. ** It's more like the iceberg Okay, so we don't see any aliens in the archetypal conflict of Penguin (instead of Human) versus Nature. The Skua showed up for one scene. ** That's right; the Skua aren't really antagonists; for the most part they're just assholes. sequel. But if we did, then they would. Or maybe they'll be in ''Happy Feet III.''
26th Jun '12 9:00:18 PM AnonymousMcCartneyfan
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* The true ending that got cut involved alien abduction and resources being drained from the Earth in a [[HalfLife Combine]] like plot. That would have UnfortunateImplications for either gays or closets.
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* [[WMG: The true ending that got cut involved alien abduction and resources being drained from the Earth in a [[HalfLife Combine]] like plot.]] That would have UnfortunateImplications for either gays or closets.
26th Jun '12 8:59:13 PM AnonymousMcCartneyfan
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*** This troper, suffering from Asperger's himself, and tired of all the religious/anti-religious controversy about whether Mumble was an analogy to being gay or not, thinks that this explanation makes the most sense, especially considering that the penguins make a big deal about how he hatched, and how, after Mumble was taken to "Mrs. Astrakhan", Mumble's mom says "So he's a little different--I've always kinda liked different." I've been referred to (behind my back when people thought I couldn't hear) as "A little different." ** It sure makes a lot more sense than the 'gay' theory. After all, Mumble isn't gay - he actively tells Gloria he'd like to have an egg with her sometime - and the Adelie Amigos, if a little wacky, aren't gay; you see them hitting on the ladies quite a few times, and Lovelace isn't gay either. Not only does Mumble demonstrate Autistic qualities, other people demonstrate the current reactions to the Autistic - his parents send him to a special teacher, only to find that while she certainly brings out his talent (she tells him to look deep inside himself) it's not the talent they had wanted. The regular penguins aren't all cruel, but at one point when Mumble is trying to sing, one shouts out "You're spoiling it for everybody!" Several penguins are rather patronising, not treating him like an adult. It's actually refreshing to see an Acceptance Aesop that isn't about homosexuals for once.
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*** * This troper, suffering from Asperger's himself, and tired of all the religious/anti-religious controversy about whether Mumble was an analogy to being gay or not, thinks that this explanation makes the most sense, especially considering that the sense. The penguins make a big deal about how he hatched, and how, after hatched. After Mumble was taken to "Mrs. Astrakhan", Mrs. Astrakhan, Mumble's mom says says, "So he's a little different--I've always kinda liked different." I've been referred to (behind my back when people thought I couldn't hear) as " Humans with Asperger's are called "A little different." ** It sure makes a lot more sense than the 'gay' theory. After all, * Mumble isn't gay - he actively tells Gloria he'd like to have an egg with her sometime - and the sometime. The Adelie Amigos, if a little despite being wacky, aren't gay; you see them hitting on the ladies quite a few times, and times. Lovelace ''definitely'' isn't gay either. Not only does gay. But Mumble does demonstrate Autistic qualities, and other people penguins demonstrate the current reactions to the Autistic - his Autistic: ** His parents send him to a special teacher, teacher only to find that that, while she certainly brings does bring out his talent (she tells him to look deep inside himself) talent, it's not the talent they had wanted. or she wanted. ** The regular penguins aren't all cruel, but at one point when Mumble is trying to sing, one shouts out "You're spoiling it for everybody!" Several penguins are rather patronising, not treating him like an adult. everybody!" * It's actually refreshing to see an Acceptance Aesop that isn't about homosexuals for once. homosexuals.
1st Jun '12 1:49:56 AM angelofsarcasm89
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Mumble looks like he never fully matures, which might mean he was sterile. His birth parents died while he was still an egg, and Mumble and Gloria chose to raise him since they couldn't have a chick of their own.
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Mumble looks like he never fully matures, which might mean he was sterile. His Maybe Erik's birth parents died while he was still an egg, and Mumble and Gloria chose to raise him since they couldn't have a chick of their own.
1st Jun '12 1:47:42 AM angelofsarcasm89
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Mumble looks like he never fully matures, which might mean he was sterile. Erik was adopted after his birth parents die before he hatched, and Gloria and Mumble chose to raise him since they couldn't have a chick of their own.
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Mumble looks like he never fully matures, which might mean he was sterile. Erik was adopted after his His birth parents die before died while he hatched, was still an egg, and Mumble and Gloria and Mumble chose to raise him since they couldn't have a chick of their own.
1st Jun '12 1:46:45 AM angelofsarcasm89
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Given how he overreacts over everything (to a ridiculous extreme), that would explain a lot.
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Given how he overreacts over everything (to a ridiculous extreme), that would explain a lot.lot. [[WMG: Erik is adopted.]] Mumble looks like he never fully matures, which might mean he was sterile. Erik was adopted after his birth parents die before he hatched, and Gloria and Mumble chose to raise him since they couldn't have a chick of their own.
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