Excerpt: Not Pixar but an entertaining animated movie still. You do get top notch AQ and PQ in this DreamWorks story about a dysfunctional cave family. Include are a DVD copy and Digital Copy along with a little over an hour in extra content. Not Dreamworks best but fun none the less.
Excerpt: The Croods is a beautiful film, both aesthetically and thematically. It caught me off guard and ended up being a pleasant surprise. It has everything I look for in a family film, but its strongest feature is definitely its heart.
Summary: "You shall never not fear." Thrilling animated movie! However, needs to be sanitized because of some brutal images. Finally we understand why fear. I thought it would be closer to reality. ***SPOILER ALERT*** Dad's sacrifice saved the movie. Emma Stone's voice is very recognizable, just saying.
Excerpt: While companies like Pixar (and to a lesser extent, Disney) continue to innovate and take risks, Dreamworks is still using their same formula. The formula, of course, is use themes from better films, recycle all the same gags from previous efforts, splash some colorful visuals on it, and it if it...
Excerpt: Having blind bought this title I was a little hesitant going in. The end result was a hilarious joy ride from start to finish. The Croods have 'survived' each predator and natural disaster that come their way but now are faced with their greatest challenge "The End of the World" as they know it.
Excerpt: Nicolas Cage and Ryan Reynolds needed this push in their life. Chris Sanders (who created a wonderful How to train your dragon) comes back with help from Kirk DeMicco in The Croods. A silly, rusty and superlative fun with right content and emotional punch to keep the interest on, for the film.