Ice Age: Collision Course

Ice Age: Collision Course

Mike Thurmeier (2016)

90min
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Review

Our Score
The Ice Age films have always been one of the better, more consistent family franchises. But this is a sequel too far. Collision Course is very disappointing. The plot is all over the place, and too stop/start and complex for younger kids. More significantly, this fifth instalment in the series largely lacks the simple charm that was so endearing in the earlier films. There are moments, but not enough of them. The plot, such as it is, sees Sid the sloth, Manny the mammoth and Diego the sabretooth literally facing the fallout when prehistoric squirrel Scrat's perennial pursuit of that acorn takes him into space, where some cosmic pinball sends a huge asteroid hurtling towards Earth. The three pals and entourage stumble upon a plan - courtesy of odd sidesteps into Dinoland and what looks like Care Bears fantasyland - to alter the asteroid's course. Fortunately for ice-age Earth, the plan proves more successfully diverting than the film itself.

Summary

When a cosmic blunder leaves Earth in the path of an asteroid, it's up to Sid the sloth and pals Manny and Diego to save the day. Animated sequel, with the voices of Ray Romano, Denis Leary and John Leguizamo.

Cast & Crew

Manny Ray Romano
Sid John Leguizamo
Diego Denis Leary
Ellie Queen Latifah
Crash Seann William Scott
Eddie Josh Peck
Buck Simon Pegg
Shira Jennifer Lopez
Neil deBuck Weasel Neil deGrasse Tyson
Shangri Llama Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Brooke Jessie J
Scrat Chris Wedge
Peaches Keke Palmer
Granny Wanda Sykes
Gertie Stephanie Beatriz
Julian Adam Devine
Gavin Nick Offerman
Director Mike Thurmeier
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: 20th Century FoxAvailable on: DVD and Blu-rayReleased on: 15 Jul 2016
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