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Ice Age [2002 film] (2002)
by Chris Wedge (Director), Peter Ackerman (Screenwriter), Michael Berg (Screenwriter), James Bresnahan (Screenwriter), Galen T. Chu (Writer) — 3 more, Doug Compton (Writer), Carlos Saldanha (Director), Chris Wedge (Director)
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With the impending ice age almost upon them, a mismatched trio of prehistoric critters – Manny the woolly mammoth, Diego the saber-toothed tiger and Sid the giant sloth – find an orphaned infant and decide to return it to its human parents. Along the way, the unlikely allies become friends but, when enemies attack, their quest takes on far nobler aims. (source: TMDb)
Three Prehistoric Animals And A Baby.
The story and characters work reasonably well. The comic relief is rarely funny.
Really like this one, the story, the voices, the beautiful animation, and especially the way Matty changes through the picture. The side story with the squirrel is a great gift, like the old time cartoons they used to show before the feature. You can keep the sequels.
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Twenty thousand years ago, as the Earth was being overrun with glaciers, Manny, Diego, Sid and Scrat become a courageous quartet of migrating misfits braving the frozen terrain and embarking on an incredible journey. Creatures everywhere were fleeing the onslaught of the new Ice age ...
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)791.43 — The arts Recreational and performing arts Public performances Film, Radio, and Television Film
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Rated PG for mild peril.