Alpha and Omega (2010)

The movie wasn't as smooth and polished as it could have been. However, I loved the graphics and the story itself.

The movie follows the main tropes for a children's movie where the lower-class male is trying to win the heart of the upper-class female. For example, there's a scene where the male seems to be leaving, only for some reason to return and somehow save the female. Similar movies in this regard include Anastasia (1997), Aladdin (1992), A Bug's Life (1998), Lady and the Tramp (1955), and The AristoCats (1970).* Like Alpha and Omega, Anastasia and Aladdin share the trope that marriage is forbidden by some royal law.

In any case, the plot is straightforward.

*Of the five movies (including Alpha and Omega), four start with the letter "A" and three feature animals.

[20111018 Assumed Post Date][20190112 Edit]

Instant Comments:
The animation is beautiful, but the dialogue is kind of lacking.
Lol, well the mother's dialogue is actually pretty funny.
One of Humphrey's friend sounds like Timon from The Lion King.
Hahahaha. Perfect.
I like how the movie tries to keep things funny.

Watched 20111018 (Netflix, Instant) (English subtitles)
Alpha and Omega (2010) Anthony Bell, Ben Gluck. 88 min.

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