The message of global warmings detrimental effects on the awesome animals indigenous to the titular ice locale is commendable. The 10 years of gorgeous footage slimmed down into this brisk 85-minute documentary is spectacular. But the soundtracks cheesy 70s tunes, like We Are Family, endless walrus farts and the occasional lame humor in Queen Latifahs narration are unforgivable. Those minor quibbles aside, audiences will enjoy following a small polar bear family and a herd of walruses through their separate journeys while surviving the melting ice flows. This breathtaking eye candyco-directed by Adam Ravetch and Sarah Robertson and penned by a trio of writers, including Al Gores daughter Kristinis no March of the Penguins, but certainly worth the price of admission.