Summary: First of all, I love this movie, 2ND I can watch this movie over and over again, 3RD I Laughed, I cried, and I cheered, and Last but not least don't listen to the negative reviews about this movie, just give it a chance, it depends on if you like it or not that's what matters, I have some people in my family that don't care for this movie, but does that mean that I don't like it?
Summary: There are good animations. There are bad animations. There are schmaltz-y animations. And there are cheesy animations. Between these categories, Alpha and Omega falls into 'bad' and 'cheesy' categories. Since the animal-movie genre hit Hollywood, the same plot lines have been used over and over again, but seldom do you see all of the clichés consolidated into one movie. Kate's mother was on the verge of psycho.
Summary: I am going to start off by stating that if you are someone who expects an animation movie to be realistic with all of the laws of nature being abided by along with legendary graphics, then Alpha and Omega is NOT the movie for you. When I first saw this movie on the TV trailers, I immediately thought to myself, "I want to go see that movie." I knew this because my favorite types of movies are animation movies.
"Alpha & Omega"- A cartoon about wolves traveling across country and changing the order of the pack. Fun love story.I say B-, My Kids say A.
Tony Heck, IMDb
8 January 2011
Summary: Cartoon about 2 wolves, an alpha (Panettiere) and an omega (Long),who get relocated to Idaho and there journey back home. Two wolves that are unable to "be" together get captured and relocated to another park halfway across the country. They set out for home with help from some very funny friends. Being a kids movie not much really to review, (except my kids really liked it).
Summary: Saw this lovely animation movie with family during my vacations. Had not heard much about it as there was not much TV promotions and publicity before the release, but was pleasantly surprised by the high quality of animation, character building, the story and many other aspects. For my family it turned out to be a perfect vacation movie. The soundtrack of the movie is also worth mentioning here.
Summary: Alpha and Omega (1:28, PG, 3-D) — other: talking animals, 3rd string, original I feel a little sad giving this movie a 3 (which matches up to the adjective "bad" on my 9-point scale, just above "awful" and "execrable"), because it's not as if it's really offensive, irritating, ugly, loud, stupid, or any of the other things that normally nets a rank in my bottom 1/3 — the "avoid these" bunch.
Summary: Alpha and Omega is a great film that is for all ages! It is about two wolves from Canada, Kate and Humphrey who get separated from their pack by the Fish and Game Dept. in Idaho. They get captured and relocated there to repopulate in Sawtooth, Idaho. This is most likely a homage to the Sawtooth Pack that was taken care of by Jim and Jamie Dutcher in Living With Wolves and Wolves at Our Door (Which are both great movies again for all ages).
Summary: I've been waiting for this movie for years, mainly because I am a wolf-lover and a cartoon lover. First off, let's get into what the movie is about. Kate is an Alpha wolf of a pack, Alpha's are the pack-leaders. Humphrey is an Omega wolf, who's job is to play as peacemaker and retain calmness in the pack, so the story-writers got their jobs fairly accurate. There are two rival packs who want to fight for each others land... why?
Summary: "Alpha and Omega" is your standard kiddy flick of conflict and resolution with much detail to the 3D imagery and not enough to keep Mom and Dad entertained. The story brings nothing new to the party; it's like the friend that you invite and tell him to bring a side dish. "Toy Story 3" spends all night baking cookies for everyone. "Despicable Me" puts forth an effort by bringing barbecue weenies in a Crock Pot.
Summary: Alpha and Omega is a competent baby-sitter but doesn't have quite the chops to be as absorbing for adults as well, as Pixar movies do. The movie is a standard fare love story and standard fare animal animation somewhat encased in a male bashing advertisement's philosophy. Humphrey is the idiotic male whose carelessness actually is a major plot point in the story while Kate is a mature, responsible, competent hunter, pretty, yada yada and so on.