Alpha And Omega

Alpha And Omega
Alpha And Omega

Year

2010

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

In Canada's Jasper National Park, young slacker Humphrey has had a crush on fellow wolf Kate since they were pups. Trouble is, she's the ultra-disciplined daughter of their pack's leader and so socially off-limits; a fact made worse by her dad's tactical decision to marry her off into a rival pack. But luck is suddenly on Humphrey's side when park rangers relocate him and Kate to America, giving him the opportunity to prove his worth as they squabble their way through a perilous journey back home again. Brought to life by a great voice cast, this cute, animated road movie-meets-romance has a simple charm and lots of goofy laughs for younger viewers to enjoy.

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U Classification

This film contains mild violence, threat and innuendo.

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