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Family Fun-ny!!!!

By MegaSwagga
Written April 28, 2015
Its was my kids night out and they pick the croods...I thought i would fall asleep on this but very funny movie based on family life...even if their cavemen.
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Adapt to Change and Survive

By grandy13
Written May 04, 2015
My two youngest grandchildren and I saw The Croods. We all liked it. Though it was not historically accurate (that's okay) it was funny and the plot kept my attention. The characterizations seemed true to life; at least I could identify with the characters. And I liked the moral of the story, too. I recommend it to adults and to children 8 and up.
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First Time I've liked Nicholas Cage in anything ..

By dotgirl
Written October 22, 2014
Took my 2 kids to see it Sunday evening. They loved it and so did I. Well done, fast-paced, didn't feel overly dramatic or drawn out. Definitely recommend.
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A lesser version of Ice Age

By ThaWulf
Written December 26, 2014
I enjoyed the movie and had a couple laughs. There were also moments I wanted to smack my face against the floor repeatedly because the dialogue/situations were so cliche and awkward. Dreamworks once again comes in behind Disney and Pixar with a good family movie without much that sets it apart from the hundreds out there on dvd. Unless your children really want to go to the movies, rent a dvd of a much better film like Ice Age. If you're going to the movies anyway and need a kid flick to watch, this one the kids will love and you'll enjoy but quietly hope your kid won't want to see it again.
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The Croods

By theresasmith572
Written July 01, 2015
Wonderful movie for kids and adults. Plenty of laughter and exciting scenes plus a little teary eye sentimental part. Overall this was one of the better kids movies I have seen. I would give it a 9 out of 10. Must go see. Mommy Smith
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