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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
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English
Dubbing German, Spanish
Subtitles German, Spanish
Hearing impaired subtitles 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
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English
Dubbing Swedish, Ukranian, Spanish, Croatian, Estonian, Russian, Slovenian, lithuanian, Portuguese, Czech, latvian
Subtitles Swedish, Ukranian, Spanish, Croatian, Estonian, Russian, Slovenian, lithuanian, Portuguese, Czech, latvian
Hearing impaired subtitles 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
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 8 February 2013
Main languages English
Dubbing Finnish, Danish
Subtitles Finnish, Danish
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: Blu-ray
VIDEO (2D):

Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (2D) arrives at blu ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 2.40:1 encode. I personally prefer 2.40:1 because with my anamorphic lens, the video filled up my entire 12 foot wide screen with no black bars. This transfer is immaculate, with sharp images, and highly dimensional even without 3D glasses. Just look at the finely textured ruffles of Manny's fur, the mossy yellow patina of Gutt's gross-out teeth, the sheen of the ice and the ripples of water — everything is wonderfully realized, with consistent clarity and presence. Colour is immaculately conceived as well — from the punchy foliage greens and sky blues to the fleshy interior of a whale's mouth — and contrast is tight, balancing deep shadows and crisp highlights. (5/5)

VIDEO (3D):

Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (3D) arrives at blu ray with MVC @ 33 mbps encode. The image is just as impressive. The picture is immersive, making great use of both depth and projection. There are a few pop-out-and-jab-you-in-the-eye moments — with fish-bone swords darting out of the screen or Gutt's long face looming towards us — but these feel more integrated than gimmicky. Clarity holds up remarkably well. Colours are just as vibrant, maybe just slightly dimmer when one compares with the 2D version. (5/5)

AUDIO:

Both 3D and 2D versions have the same DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 lossless track. The audio is an immersive energetic mix. The sonic goodness starts early — the deep rumbling of the earth's crust, rocks compressing and shattering, water spraying, bubbles glug-glugging up out of the depths — and relents only for the quieter, dialogue-centric scenes.
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How do Blue Sky do it Ice Age 4: Continental Drift is another excellent and very funny computer animated film which will sit nicely on the self with all my other Ice Age films. Jennifer Lopez does the voice of Shira who is a female sabertooth tiger and becomes Diego's love interest. There is a evil pirate ape called Gutt and his crew of misfits are after Manny's blood for stealing their ice ship. Scrat has many funny scenes for you all to enjoy again. I like the way there is scenes/words taken from Brave Heart and Lord Of The Rings which is enjoyable for a movie buff like myself. Will Manny and friends make it back to his family or will the continental drift's and pirates keep them apart? The animation is the most impressive yet out of all the Ice Age films and it looked even more wonderful in 3d at the cinema.
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A real 'laugh out loud' movie with lots of adult humour. Suitable for both adults and children

I would suggest watching Ice Age 1, 2 and 3 before watching this movie.

You will never tire of watching this movie over and over again!!
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The Ice Age films have turned into an enjoyable series of animated films. Hardly groundbreaking cinema but good fun and reliable and dependable family entertainment. This time round our heroes Sid the sloth, Manny the mammoth and Diego the sabre tooth tiger are separated from the rest of the herd by the splitting of the conitinents caused unbelievably by Scrat in the hunt for his beloved acorn. They find themselves adrift at sea and picked up by a pirate crew lead by a monkey and Sid finds his family only for them to dump his elderly and quite senile granny on him and abandon him once again. Manny and his wife Ellie now have a teenage daughter to contend with too. Plot wise it is pretty basic and standard but very amusing too and the film is stolen once again by the hillarious and silent Scrat while Sid's granny is the best of the new characters. Animation is excellent. Fans will enjoy it.
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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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