Overall Rank: 991
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 686
Theatrical Release Date: 03/15/2002
Genre: Family, Animation
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Carlos Saldanha
Actors: Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Goran Visnjic, Jack Black, Cedric the Entertainer
Plot: In a time of cavemen and dinosaurs, a small baby goes on a fantastic journey with a Saber-toothed Tiger, a goofy Sloth and a Wooly Mammoth.
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/10/2019
"Ice Age," an animated film that undeservedly spawned an entire franchise despite not being that good in the first place, has been largely outdone by a decade and a half worth of far superior films from rival studios.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/07/2014
Ice Age proves to us that it isn't just about pretty colors, childish humor, and flashy imagery to be a good movie. It has heart and a solid story with characters to care about. The movie has flaws, but every movie is.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 01/05/2013
This is one of the greatest children's movie franchises. All four movies were amazingly funny and they carry a great voice-cast. While none of these movies come close to the original Shrek, the collection blows the overdone Shrek franchise out of the water.
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MovieAddict - wrote on 05/07/2012
While trying to survive the ice age, a wholly mammoth called Manfred and a sloth called Sid come upon a human child thought to be lost by his own kind. Being the good animals they are they decide to return the child back to his “pack” who is heading for the America's. Along the way they meet up with Diego, a cool saber toothed tiger who wants the baby for himself. As the great journey unfolds, the team have to face lava pits, a group of mental dodo's and a little saber toothed squirrel named Scrat.
This is a heartwarming story and the characters themselves are charming and likable. The vocal talents of Ray Romano as Manny the Mammoth, Dennis Leary as Diego the Saber tooth Tiger and John Leguizamo as Sid the Sloth, breathe real life into the animated characters and the squirrel …
TheWolf - wrote on 07/27/2007
Around the same time that Dreamworks decided to get into the 3D Animation game a little company called Bluesky decided that it would also give it a go. The time to create Ice age took longer than it took Dreamworks to create shrek simply beacuse of the ammount fo fur and the environmental textures that were being applied. The render times on these were huge, and if you watch the special features and see the out takes where things went wrong, then you can see how things get affected by minor mistakes or improper calculations, and then the scene has to be re-rendered taking even more time to fix the problem.
Ice Age was a great concept for the time that it was released. The out come was a brilliant design in beautiful environments. I really enjoyed this movie a lot, and the vocal talents …
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