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In this toe-tapping sequel, our penguin hero Mumble is now a father with an awkward, outcast son of his own to parent. Latin loverman Ramon has competition in the form of an exotic flying penguin, and somewhere deep in the Antarctic Ocean, two tiny krill are questioning the very nature of existence. All this is set against a backdrop of dramatic climate change that's about to give everyone some much more immediate concerns. There's a moral here. In fact there are several: the importance of accepting your limitations, the power of team work, looking after the environment and so on, but you’d be forgiven for being distracted by the fancy footwork and the sheer spectacle.
Documentary capturing the remarkable journey the Emperor penguins of the South Antarctic make every winter.
All ages 77 mins
Absorbing documentary about the pressure global warming puts on the arctics inhabitants' daily fight for survival.
5–11 years 84 mins
Tone-deaf Mumble is a brilliant dancer - but that's no good when Emperor penguins are supposed to find a mate by singing.
5–11 years 109 mins
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