Written October 25, 2014
The movie was very good considering that is the 4th in the series. I like the strong message about the importance of family and friendship. In a world that is always about me, I like how this movie displays the true qualities about being true friends that stick together through thick and thin. It can be viewed by both children and adults, although some of the contents may not be understood completely by a young child.
Written July 17, 2012
This Ice Age is by far the best. Everyone in the theater was laughing. You will not regret this choice. What are you waiting for? Go buy the tickets now!
Written November 21, 2014
A very cute and awesome movie. I would definitely see this movie in theaters. I loved the song at the end and also love the short movie in the front. But all in all I love this movie and would say its for all ages 10+
Written November 29, 2015
Ice Age:Continental Drift is a treat for viewers of all ages. The animation is eye-popping and the character voices are wonderful. Peter Dinklage and Ray Romano are hilarious, but, for me, the real scene-stealer was Queen Latifah as the wise and tender mom.
Written August 31, 2015
Ice Age 4 is a real crowd pleaser. The wonderful artistry, the incredible technology, and the side splitting comedy were all first rate. On the downside, adults may find the shows message, while important to adolescents experiencing peer pressure, to be a bit preachy. The story line could have been a bit more thought out because the whale who came to save the day (AKA "Precious") was unacceptable as a plot device and unbelievable. It was as if the writers just got lazy. The very best thing that came out of this was the discovery of Peter Dinklage ( the dwarf on the Game of Thrones tv series) who played the voice of Captain Gutt, the ape like villain in the movie. We will definitely be seeing, I mean hearing him again!