Written July 25, 2014
Great family flick!!! Took our 4 year old daughter last night and she absolutely loved it! Mom and dad are huge fans of animated family films and this one is right up there with Despicable Me and How To Train Your Dragon!!! The 3D was great, she kept trying to touch everything! We all laughed our butts off and at certain points were worried for the characters!! The voice overs were GREAT! Couldn't have picked a better cast for this movie! The Sloth was our daughters favorite part!! Great imagination made this movie what it is.
Written July 30, 2014
Took my granddaughter who is 9. We both loved it and the 3D effect was the best I have seen yet. Absolutely adorable movie. I give it a thumbs up!
Written December 21, 2014
The Croods turned out to be a great flick. It was funny and had heart touching moments. The animation is great with plenty of character variety and lots of vistas. On top of all that, it was smart in a subtle way, being a film about the unrealistic way that the continents realistically separated and how the new species of man may have interacting with the old. In reality, it may have been more tragic that depicted here, but I'm glad they stuck to the cartoon stuff. Go watch it!
Written December 28, 2014
We went with our 9yr old son who thoroughly enjoyed it just as much as we did. (3-D) At lot of the things he could relate to! Loved the underlying message of family value, trust, change and growth. Funny and enjoyable.
Excellent computer graphics and very well written story line.
Written July 25, 2014
We took our six year old son and eight year old daughter to see the Croods 3D and they both enjoyed it, as did we. They're not ones to like anything too scary or violent, or too action-packed, and this hit the right blend of mild scares, chases, action, and comedy. It was heavy on slapstick, which worked well for us. Most of all the story was quite good; touching but not overly sappy. The 3D worked well overall, though in a couple of spots they went for effects that were a bit dizzying. The story line does provide good fodder for conversation with kids afterwards, there's a lot they can learn from it and think about, but there is also a lot to laugh about after, too.