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Ice Age Collision Course

The fifth installment in the CGI-animated comedy adventure franchise. When Scrat (voice of Chris Wedge), still determined to get his elusive acorn, finds himself catapulted into outer space, he crashes his craft setting off a series of catastrophic cosmic events that threaten the future of planet Earth. As an asteroid hits Earth, Manny (Ray Romano), Ellie (Queen Latifah), Sid (John Leguizamo), Diego (Denis Leary) and the gang decide to pack up their things and move as far away as possible from the falling boulders. As they embark on an epic journey to find a new home, they come across some new and exciting sights as well as some interesting characters. The all-star voice cast also includes Melissa Rauch, Jennifer Lopez, Simon Pegg and Adam DeVine.


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Rated PG
94 minutes


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REVIEW:
Another awesome movie for the Ice Age series!
Keeping in line with the previous films, this one was full of excitement, drama, and laughs. I laughed so many times that you would think it was an adult movie. Mind you it is geared for the whole family. The kids will love it and stay engaged while watching all the animals talk and really cool space scenes with Scrat, the squirrel. Parents will find it lighthearted and find the jokes pretty entertaining. Most times, the kids won't get them, but that's ok.
I love the animation for this series too. It's so vivid and detailed that the hairs on the mammals sways in the wind. I found little detailed touches like that very visually stimulating.
A great movie for family night!!

5/5


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