Norm (Norm of the North)
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Norm is the main protagonist in 2016 critically-panned computer-animated film, AMW.
Why He Sucks
- As being a polar bear, and a hero in the film, he has no purpose whatsoever, what's worse is, that his design is just awful and his character development is extremely poor, to start off with, he is mostly very unfunny and immature, he has been a total outcast and becoming accepted by his community.
- He couldn't decide to speak as a polar bear.
- He overuses pop culture songs such as Shut Up and Dance with Me.
- He stole a lot of elements from good films such as Happy Feet, The Lion King, Open Season, Madagascar, and Ice Age.
- On top of that, he is a ripoff of Baloo from The Jungle Book, Mumble from Happy Feet, and Alex from Madagascar.
- Not only that, but the producer Mike Young said that Norm was based on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
- At the ending scene, Norm and his lemmings were having the party, and he jumps into on the lemmings, and squished them, he could have killed them!, it doesn't help that Norm mentioned in one scene that lemmings were boneless when lemmings in real life have bones.
- Each time he's on-screen he does something unfunny, annoying or just downright obnoxious.
- Even his sidekicks, the Lemmings are terrible, if not worse, what's worse is, that he lets the Lemmings urinate in a fish tank.
- Infamously, He even twerks, even in the ending as well.
- His plans didn't make any sense either, at all.
- First of all, why would anyone buy condos in the Arctic?!?! The icecaps would just melt and everyone would sue Mr. Greene and there is no reason for Norm to go to New York in the first place if that ever happened.
- His plan is to pretend to be a human disguised as a polar bear, because somehow real polar bears look like fake polar bears.
- His character became much worse in the sequels and became much more lazier.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- He does care for his Grandfather as well as girlfriend.