Written June 29, 2015
This movie was so good and I love the message that it gives to kids and taking care of our environment because if we do not it does not just affect us it affects everyone.
Written December 22, 2014
What a great show with a good message. We took our 11 year old grandson and all three of us laughed a lot. I personally love the Grandma and her pet! Movie is good for all ages. No real scary parts although the add picture would make you think so.
Written March 29, 2015
OK I have an 8 year old and a 13 year old, so I must see all of the newest PG movies. I was a really disappointed. Wanda Sykes was about the most exciting character. Would like to have heard more from Nicky Manage's character but it was cute. Kiki Palmer's voice and character was most adorable as she, even in person comes across as a really nice person with great character ---I just wish writers and directors would realize that ADULTS have to take their minors to the movies and spend over 30 bucks (in my case wine & dine theatre -- close to $70) and would like to be entertained also... -- as in the "Lion King" where the Entire Family walked away entertained and talking about the movie! My 8 year old liked it and of course I did not share my views with her.
Written May 23, 2015
Entertaining movie...for the kids. Not quite as enjoyable for parents as such films as Despicable Me. Still. Worth a matinee price, and who can pass up an entertaining reason to have popcorn and Sno-Caps!
Written May 06, 2015
My two younger boys, 3 and 2 years old, love the third Ice Age (or "Squirrel Mommy", as they call it). Continental Drift had its moments. As I mentioned in the title, they were relatively captivated throughout the duration of the film, which is always best case scenario for our movie outings. If you and yours liked any of the first three Ice Age offerings, this one should not disappoint.