Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Ice Age: Continental Drift Review









Ice Age: Continental Drift


Release Date: 28th June 2012 - Australia


Production Companies
Blue Sky Studios

Distribution
20th Century Fox Australia


Genre: Animation/Family

Rating: PG

Runtime: 92 minutes


Budget: $95,000,000

Box Office Gross: $877,244,782
(Worldwide)



Plot Summary
Manny, Diego, and Sid 
set out on their greatest 
adventure an entire 
continent is set adrift. 
Separated from the rest 
of their pals, they're 
launched on an epic 
seafaring quest, using an 
iceberg as a makeshift ship.
Manny and the gang are 
challenged to become 
heroes and do the 
impossible as they 
encounter exotic sea 
creatures, explore a brave 
new world, and battle 
ruthless pirates. Meanwhile, 
Scrat's reunion with his 
cursed nut launches him to 
places no prehistoric 
squirrel has gone before.


Voice Cast
Ray Romano - Manny
John Leguizamo - Sid
Denis Leary - Diego
Queen Latifah - Ellie
Seann William Scott - Crash
Josh Peck - Eddie
Chris Wedge - Scrat
Keke Palmer - Peaches
Jennifer Lopez - Shira
Peter Dinklage - Captain Gutt
Wanda Sykes - Granny
Josh Gad - Louis
Drake - Ethan
Aziz Ansari - Squint
Nicki Minaj - Steffie
Rebel Wilson - Raz
Joy Behar - Eunice
Nick Frost - Flynn
Heather Morris - Katie
Alan Tudyk - Milton

Crew
Directors - Steve Martino &
Mike Thurmeier
Screenplay - Michael Berg &
Jason Fuchs
Producers - John C. Donkin
& Lori Forte
Character Designer - Peter DeSeve
Cinematography - Renato Falcao
Film Editors - James Palumbo &
David Ian Salter
Music - John Powell


Review
ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT still has the witty value of hilarious laughter, particularly the antics of that nut-chasing saber-toothed squirrel Scrat, but it's close of keeping up with the previous ICE AGE movies including the first one in my case. The voice acting of the sequel is still good, especially from the old stars like Ray Romano, Denis Leary and John Leguizamo and newcomers like Wanda Sykes who does Sid's granny and Jennifer Lopez for the female saber-toothed tiger Shira.

It is expected ICE AGE 4 will be the last of the animated film series, although it looks like there is a possibility of a sequel. But it's still an entertaining and good ICE AGE movie that everyone will probably enjoy.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie



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