Dreamworks Animation’s feature of the Aardman classic Wallace and Gromit made it to number one on a slow movie weekend, showing once again that America is relatively eager for even moderate-quality family friendly product. And moderate quality it is — the movie itself has some charm, chiefly in the relationship between the cheese-loving but thickheaded inventor Wallace and his dutiful and clever dog Gromit. But the pace is draggy, and I confess to a bit of a nap midway through. The humor is on the soft side, especially for an animated film, and it didn’t help matters that the film opens with a short featuring the penguins from Madagascar in a pointless and mostly lame caper. While those penguins were one of the few high points of Madagascar, they’re not nearly as interesting as real penguins.