Written June 25, 2016
It's OK - some new characters, including Grandma Sloth, but not nearly as good as the first three. Time to quit. My 5-year-old grandson liked it, but wasn't that thrilled. Maybe worth seeing once, but I won't buy the DVD.
Written March 25, 2017
This series is more extinct than the creatures in it. Poor or no story, little humor and pretty much a straight to illegal download as it is not worth the DVD and definitely was not worth the cost of movie tickets. My suggestion is to re-watch the previews on youtube. You will see the only good parts of the movie and be spared both time and money.
Written June 30, 2016
Love every moment watching the movie. I could not stop laughing. It was a movie that I feel is so great for families to see. I give it a Thumbs UP! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!.
The characters were just phenomenal. I have seen all of the Ice Age movie and can't seem to keep away from them. More movies like these should be made. Thanks,
Written July 27, 2016
The first Ice Age movie I loved, but then Ice Age, Age of the Dinasaurs was a great dissapointment. In fact it was boring! Continental Drift on the other hand was fast paced, very funny, and brilliantly put together. I saw Spiderman last week at the insistence of my Granddaughter Bringing her. I went on sufferance, but was then delighted as it turned out to be great. Well Ice Age: Continental Drift surpassed that by a wide margin. Great for Kids, and even greater for adults!
Written December 08, 2016
The creators of "Ice Age: Continental Drift" take insane liberties with the time span for geological processes, but do so with the best intent: side-splitting laughs. It's clearly time for Scrat to take center stage, and he gets a lot more screen time in this movie than in the previous three, to usually hilarious effect. His discovery and subsequent acts in "Scratlantis" are just the beginning of his important role in driving the underlying plot of the movie.
As usual, all the other main characters -- Manny and his family (Peaches and Ellie), Diego, and Sid (and his family, introduced for the first time, including the hilariously decrepit Granny who has more than a few tricks up her sleeve and in other places) -- play to and against their stereotypes with fervor and humor. The action can be excessive, but the interactions are interesting, and the lessons learned good.
Captain Gutt, voiced by actor Peter Dinklage (Therion from Game of Thrones) makes a great villain. Worth seeing.