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Ice Age 4 - Continental Drift 2012

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Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure after their continent is set adrift. Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as they explore a new world.

Starring:
Denis Leary, Queen Latifah
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 28 minutes
Starring Denis Leary, Queen Latifah, Chris Wedge, John Leguizamo, Ray Romano
Director Michael Thurmeier, Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeier, Michael Thurmei, Carlos Saldanha, Carlos Saldanh
Genres Comedy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English
Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 28 minutes
Starring Denis Leary, Queen Latifah, Chris Wedge, John Leguizamo, Ray Romano
Director Michael Thurmeier, Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeier, Michael Thurmei, Carlos Saldanha, Carlos Saldanh
Genres Comedy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English
Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 28 minutes
Starring Denis Leary, Queen Latifah, Chris Wedge, John Leguizamo, Ray Romano
Director Michael Thurmeier, Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeier, Michael Thurmei, Carlos Saldanha, Carlos Saldanh
Genres Comedy
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English

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By Brian on 2 Jun. 2014
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A follow up to the series and is quite good if not as funny as the other three I have seen them all now and like the series
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Format: Blu-ray
Another adventure for our heroes 'Manny' 'Diego' and 'Sid'
Luckless 'acorn' obsessed rodent 'Scrat' has triggered the shift of the continents.
'Manny' becomes separated from his family floating away on clump of ice that has broken away along with his buddies and 'Sid's' grandma.
'Diego' and 'Sid' want to help their friend find his way back to his family, however on the trip they come across a bizarre group of pirates determined to prevent the trio from doing so.
Great entertainment, great fun, an ideal family friendly movie for all ages.
What's next ?
'Scrat the Movie'
'Why not' ? (He's a loveable character)
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The first Ice Age film combined a strong storyline about family with some good jokes and is, by far, the best of the series. Subsequent films ditched story-telling for more wacky characters and backchat - fine for younger kids, but boring for the rest of us. "Ice Age 4" gives us a bit more story and some funny segments, though it still suffers from an excess of characters. Also the theme of "father learning to let go" is laid on a bit thick and is done far better in "Finding Nemo".

Overall, it is fun for young children, with just enough to make it bearable for the adults in the family.
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The original Ice Age film was a welcome breath of fresh air in a genre that was, even then, staring to lose it's way. It's simple unfussy animation style, coupled with great characters and a wonderful emotional yet funny story captured the hears of cinema goers world-wide and has so far spawned 3 sequels with Ice Age 5 due next year.

It has to be said that none of the sequels so far have been able to replicate the simple charm and substantial laugh quota of the original, and this fourth tale suffers the same fate. What was once a small ensemble piece with only three characters plus occasional inserts for Scrat to flesh out, there are now so many you get lost. There's Sid's long lost family, Manny's teenage daughter and her friends, another Sabre tooth and a whole boat load of Pirates to deal with. There must be about twenty in total now and that's just too many by half. The leaden story seems to be a collection of set pieces rather than a collective whole and loses it's way trying to give each new character something interesting to do. But the worst thing of all is that it just isn't funny. Even the four original characters of Manny, Scrat, Sid and Diego get lost in all those new characters and I for one missed them.

It's not terrible, the animation is spectacular and it whips along at fair pace and it's all very colourful and family friendly, but truth be told it's not very good. Set your comedy radar to extra sensitive or you'll miss the few jokes there are.
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The Ice Age series has had four movies, and is one of those brilliant family fun films, and is appropriate for all ages, not just aimed at a particular audience. ''Ice Age'' was a great start to the series, introducing us to the characters and being very funny and enjoyable. ''Ice Age: The Meltdown'' was even better than the first, and ''Ice Age: Dawn of Dinosaurs'' was a really funny and enjoyable film for people of all ages. They are three really funny films. Then came this, the fourth addition to the series, which many claimed to be the best of all four films, I disagree. It's the weakest Ice Age movie in my opinion. After how great and funny ''Dawn of Dinosaurs'' was, I had high expectations for this, and it make have reached those expectations for many others, but it didn't for me. It's slower, poorly paced, there is less humour and features very annoying guest characters. I cannot stand the chavy, self-obsessed female mammoths that Manny and Ellie's daughter Peaches is jealous of, I was also annoyed by the character Lewis, he was not as good as Buck the Weasel from the previous film. It is also the stroyline that the film suffers from, and the characters are just not as funny as they have been in the first three films. Even Scrat the Squirrel is is not as good and as funny as he was in the first three films. The film is not as entertaining as the first three, and I struggle to enjoy it at times. It is also very predictable from almost the beginning; in fact we can almost guess the ending and resolution of this film form the title, ''Continental Drift''.

However, that does not mean there are no good points. The film is by no means a bad one, and I do not hate it at all. It is still a good film.
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how could any one not give this DVD 5 stars I was laughing from start to finish. it was brought to entertain the youngesters but hey, would recommend it to everyone.
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Well Scrat's gone and done it again. Provided lots of laughter that is. I think the opening is one of the funniest set pieces of any of the four movies. However, the comedy seemed to fade. It wasn't the fact that Manny, Diego, Sid and Granny get separated, from Ellie, Peaches, Eddie and Crash, as much as the Pirates they meet, led by Captain Gutt, who attempts to stop them getting back home. Their presence in the movie adds so much threat to the story, even threatening to kill Manny's family, that I can't help but think some younger children might find it a tad scary. The love story between Diego and Shira is actually a nice touch, and the mystery of why Scratlantis vanished is finally solved. All in all, I think I this film works very well, as did all the others.
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