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Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 2009

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The sub-zero heroes from Ice Age are back on an a new incredible adventure. Scrat is still trying to nab the ever-elusive nut (while, maybe, finding true love); Manny and Ellie await the birth of their mini-mammoth; Diego wonders if he is going too soft hanging with his pals and Sid gets into trouble when he creates his own makeshift family by hijacking some dinosaur eggs. On a mission to re...

Starring:
Eunice Cho, Karen Disher
Runtime:
1 hour, 34 minutes

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Genres Children & Family, Animated
Director Carlos Saldanha, Mike Thurmeier
Starring Eunice Cho, Karen Disher
Supporting actors Harrison Fahn, Maile Flanagan, Jason Fricchione, Bill Hader, Kelly Keaton, Joey King, Queen Latifah, Denis Leary, Allegra Leguizamo, John Leguizamo, Lucas Leguizamo, Clea Lewis, Jane Lynch, Josh Peck, Simon Pegg, Christian Pikes, Avery Christopher Plum, Joe Romano
Studio Twentieth Century Fox
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Careful - some reviews will tell you the entire plot of this film and ruin it for you - I won't
Before I buy a DVD for my kids, I always ask myself 2 questions:
Did the kids enjoy it in the cinema?
Will they want to watch it again and again?
It's a resounding yes on both counts here
This was a top afternoon's entertainment and the kids (6 and 8) absolutely loved it, were never bored and talked about it for hours afterwards.
What more do you want?
We thought this was the best Ice Age yet; a lot more adventurous, exciting and fast-paced than the others.
The 'Lost World' premise and a couple of excellent new characters really brought the movie to life and opened up new possibilities.
Inevitably, this will be compared to Pixar movies and I think it stands up to that comparison very well - VERY HIGH praise indeed.
Buy this and know your kids will get pleasure from it over and over again and you will too!
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By Pyewacket TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Nov. 2009
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My husband and myself nearly did ourselves a mischief as we laughed so much watching this brilliantly made film. Sometimes sequels don't always live up to the hype but in the case of the Ice Ace trilogy the producers just can't do any wrong in my opinion.

The old 'herd' are back together again and there is exciting news on the way for Manni and Ellie. However, Diago and Sid are starting to feel like cuckoos in the nest and Manni's rather blunt remarks don't exactly help poor dimwitted but kindly Sid. Diago meanwhile is feeling his age and he too strikes out on his own.

It is not long however before Sid gets into an inordinate amount of trouble (he wants to be a Mother) and of course 'the herd' go to his rescue ending up in a kind of Dinotopia, only it isn't exactly that! There they meet an totally loopy Weasel who has evidently been on his own too long and has his own personal reasons for staying there.

Scrat, who has to be my favourite character is back again reprising his role as chief nut hunter/loser/finder until one day he meets his Nemesis and possibly his love, Scratte.

This is a hugely enjoyable film suitable for all the family and there is not a dull moment in it. It's also the sort of film that you could watch again and again and still get something out of.

Will there be Ice Age 4? It's possible and indeed I hope it comes to pass.
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I was a bit apprehensive about seeing Dawn of the Dinosaurs after the dull and unimpressive The Meltdown.

I'm happy to say though, that Dawn of the Dinosaurs is actually really good, joyfully revisiting the chaos and momentum of the original. Obviously it's targeted at younger kids, so lots of the jokes undoubtedly fall flat on their faces with slightly older viewers. Some are decidedly 'cheap' too, unfortunately- which is what brought the film down for me. Still, the gag rate is incredibly high. Some hit, some miss, and when the good laughs do come, they're really damn funny.

As ever with Ice Age, the animation is rather low-fi (not to the horrid extents of Hoodwinked, don't worry), but it's uniquely beautiful. This time around, the animators have really upped their game: We're treated to lots of gorgeous, colour-saturated landscapes and magical set-pieces. What I liked about Dawn of the Dinosaurs was that we literally take a trip into a whole new world.

The voice cast are all excellent, even though certain characters, such as the genius of Sean William Scott, are foolishly pushed aside. One of the film's main attractions is Simon Pegg, voicing the new character, Buck, who adds an energetic sparkle to proceedings.

Overall, if you're feeling reluctant to see the third in this trilogy due to the dire sequel, there's nothing to worry about. I'm glad to say that Dawn of the Dinosaurs is actually in the same league as the original. With enough one-liners and visual gags, it's almost impossible not to be entertained. You'll like it as much as your kids will.
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I have only just got this film today, It is great in 3D without any ghosting at all. I highly recommend you buying this film as so far it's the best I have in 3D quality.
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I laughed my socks off at this the third in the Ice Age Saga. With laughter and tears I welcomed back Mannie the "Jewish" Mammoth, Ellie the Mammoth who was raised by Possums, her two Possum brothers Eddie and Crash, Diego the Sabre Tooth Tiger and of course Sid the Sloth who creates disaster wherever he goes.

Add to this melee of fun Scrat the Squirrel and his new love interest Scratte a flying squirrel, three T-Rex eggs and a hidden world under the ice and you have a story that is just waiting to be told.

With humour for all the family adults and kids alike, Ice Age 3, Daw of the Dinosaurs is a hoot from beginning to end. Ellie is expecting a baby Mammoth, and Mannie is the panicking dad-to-be. Sid adopts three T-Rex eggs and ends up being adopted himself by their grumpy but basically good mother who realises that Sid is not all bad, he just isn't a meat eater and he certain is no T-Rex look-a-like.

There's the mysterious "Rudy" that even the T-Rex's fear and the fearless Buck, a one eyed weasel who is somewhat insane but totally lovable.

It's none stop laughs and humour from beginning to end and like the previous two Ice Ages, the story line is as funny and as heart warming as it gets.

This is a movie that is just for fun, no hidden messages, no "oh God, that is so INTENSE" moments, it's just about enjoying yourself. And the best part for me? The Acorn Tango with Scrat and Scrattee, I laughed until I almost fell out of my wheelchair.
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