Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure
Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure (otherwise known as Norm of the North 3: King Sized Adventure or just Norm of the North 3) is a 2019 American 3D computer-animated comedy-adventure direct-to-video movie produced by Splash Entertainment and distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment as a sequel to Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom.
An ancient Chinese artifact has been stolen by a villainous archaeologist named Dexter. With the help of his lemming friends, Norm must keep his word and embark on a journey across the world to help recover the artifact for the people of China.
Why It Sucks
Warning: Do not insert any points among the lines of “no one wanted this film” in this section.
- This film basically does everything worse than the last two films, from the writing to the animation.
- Despite being the main character, Norm barely does anything, and instead, the Lemmings does everything else, so basically, it's a movie all about the Lemmings.
- The Artifact that Norm has to rescue leads to nothing. It has no point in existence except opening a door that leads to statues on a ground, and nothing else more.
- Dexter is a very horribly-written villain. The only reason why he's evil is because he wants to sell the artifact for money, which is basically something normal tourists would do, and he tries so hard to sound evil, but comes off extremely forced-in and childish.
- This movie cannot go without one scene without any humor. Basically, it can't take itself seriously, and to add even more insult to injury, the jokes are not funny at all.
- Believe it or not, there are some racist jokes in this film.
- Alongside with jokes, there's also some immature toilet humor such as the Lemmings peeing just so they can get Norm out of the cave.
- You also get a brief scene where you get to see their pee, which is disgusting.
- The main running gag of the film is when Olympia continuously calls Norm in unnecessary situations just for the slightest thing going wrong, which gets really old.
- This movie will lead you asking so many questions such as:
- Why would anybody go to the north pole just for a wedding?
- Why would a polar bear have a cell phone?
- Why would anyone keep Komodo Dragons as pets, and why would anyone name them "Chaos" and "Mayhem?"
- The soundtrack tries to sound "adventurous," but fails to, especially since the ending has a terrible pop song.
- Speaking of the ending, it's one of those generic "dance party" endings!
- When Dexter finally uses the Artifact, it does nothing, all because he has to read the Hieroglyphs, but yet has Norm's partner use the Artifact, and that worked even though he didn't read the Hieroglyphs as well!
- Norm decides to put Quinn (one of his sons) in charge, which makes Quinn extremely unlikable as he bosses around all his brothers and friends just so he can make the wedding "perfect."
- In fact, all of the characters are unlikable at best, so who should feel some kind of sympathy for them?
- It doesn't rely too much on pop-culture references, unlike the last two films, which is a bit of an improvement.
- During the end credits, you get to see the artwork of the film, which is more entertaining than this film.