Written January 26, 2015
This is an animated movie about the last surviving prehistoric caveman family meeting the next human in the evolution of man . Nicolas plays the father of the caveman family and Ryan is the inventive boy that is the next generation [he knows how to create fire , use his brain , etc.] . Catherine is Nicolas' wife and Emma is his daughter . Nicolas protects his family by living in a cave [he thinks it is the safest place to be] but when something happens to it , they are forced to go on a journey far from their safety zone [that is when they meet Ryan] . Ryan helps them on their journey .
They have a 3D version .
This is a nice family movie by Dreamworks and if you can stay after the credits , there is a quick [about 30 seconds] scene involving some prehistoric mice playing music .
It's rated "PG" for some scary action scenes and has a running time of 1 hour & 38 minutes .
I can see buying this one on DVD [I think my grandkids would like it] .
Written April 28, 2013
We all enjoyed it, 6yr olds to 36yr olds. The storyline is not incredibly well put together, but it is an entertaining movie and our kids loved it. It also opened up a discussion subject for later, about the differences between Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens Sapiens.
Written April 01, 2015
Family went to see this movie and I did not know what to expect other than a cutsie family film. By the end all four of us had belly laughed numerous times and cried. The kids could relate the characters and situations. It was very surprising and delightful.
Written September 02, 2014
This was well produced and well written. I was with a 10 year old and 7 year old girl and they both thought it was awesome. There is a great family theme, plus some tension and drama. Great flick!
Written October 28, 2014
Loved this movie! Took my 6yr old son and we laughed and laughed!!
I would recommend this movie to any age. I would see it again!!