Written February 14, 2016
Watched this movie with my 7 year old son and let me say I was impressed! It had good strong characters with a cool story and most awesome visuals. Funny and great for the whole family!
Written May 06, 2016
Very funny adults will enjoy the humor I took my three year old grandson he was a little afraid of some of the seens animals attacking and earthquakes but overall enjoyed it.
Written May 04, 2016
This movie is perfect to take the family, or just a date with your boyfriend. It was absolutly adorable and loved it very much! I highly suggest it escpeccialy if you bring along young kids, and in 3D made it even better. I took my Grandmother to take it and we saw it in 3D, she being afraid 3D would cause her to get sick, but she loved it just as much as me!
Written May 02, 2016
Pleasantly surprised by this movie, believing it was going to be an "Ice Age" ripoff, and those have been going downhill fast. But "The Croods" was full of silly (not stupid) laughs that just leave you smiling. Worth a watch, especially if you have children.
Written June 28, 2016
True to form, Dreamworks always does a tremendous job with the stunning visual effects of these movies. As well, the characters and voicings (i.e., actors behind the characters) were enjoyable. But to me what truly makes a tremendous movie - one that I both I and my 4 children, ages 3-7 , can enjoy - is a strong story, and that to me fell short. The story seemed to be an attempt at focusing on a coming of age tale between a young teen girl and an overprotective father, but was hard to tell where the story was going at times. And planet earth exploding and collapsing on itself all over the place seemed to be the 'compelling event' to drive father and daughter to better understanding each other, but it in of itself was often its own distracting spectacle, that didn't make sense why it was happening, and it wound up scaring the kids at times. Some of the characters were indeed endearing, but both myself and the kids wound up collectively losing interest halfway through the film.