Written February 14, 2016
Unlike some series where they just keep getting worse, the Ice Age movies seem to be at least holding steady in quality, which is great if you really enjoyed the first 3 as we did. Lot's of laughs in this installment and the voice talents are awesome! We didn't see the 3D version but it was still very good in plain ol' 2D.
Written May 03, 2016
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 25, 2016
We have seem great kids movies that are also great fun for the adults. This one is just good for kids but adults will not enjoy the same as we enjoyed the previous Ice Age movies.
Written June 26, 2016
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!
Written May 28, 2016
Such a cute movie! I'd totally see it again! And my 4 year old son loved it as well! He always cracks up when he sees the squirl and his antics on trying to get the acorn!