Ice Age [VHS] [Import USA]
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Corto: ¡Bellotas! protagonizado por Scrat
Description du produit
Achtung Eiszeit! Rutschen Sie mit Scrat, dem urigen Eichhörnchen-Mix, in die Welt vor 20.000 Jahren und erleben Sie das eis-coolste Abenteuer der Filmgeschichte. Während Scrat besessen versucht seine geliebte Nuss zu vergraben, haben Sid (das nervige Faultier), Manni (das muffige Zottel-Mammut) und Diego (der verschlagene Säbelzahntiger) ein ganz anderes Problem. Das schräge Trio stolpert zufällig über ein Menschenbaby, dass sie nun zu seiner Familie zurückbringen wollen. Ohne zu ahnen, was sie sich mit dem süßen Bündel aufgehalst haben, stürzen sich die drei in ein halsbrecherisches Abenteuer, bei dem es gilt Vulkanausbrüche, wilde Rutschpartien und noch ganz andere Gefahren zu meistern... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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The dialogue is not full of one liners or movie references like Shrek or MI. If you need this to get you through a DVD, you'll be disappointed.
What this movie gives you are some deep and disturbing characters and their relationships. Diego kills the baby's mother at the start. Man, possibly the same tribe as the baby, killed Manfred's family. Diego is an outcast from his pack and needs the baby and possibly a mammoth carcass to buy his way back in. Diego can't kill Manfred on his own, Manfred needs Diego to track. Sid is a total social failure who is too repulsive to eat and provides a pair of hands to change nappies. Dark enough? Yet all the above will go right over your kids heads, as none of it is graphic. It comes out in the dialogue.
Don't compare this with MI or Shrek. A better comparison for content/theme might be with "James and the Giant Peach". I feel my kids get more out of this than typical animated blockbusters, as it is a little deeper, and (slightly) less fantastic.
4* because the visuals are sometimes too subtle to keep the kids' attention. It needs a little more of Scrat the squirrel to lighten it up.
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At the beginning of this film there's a huge migration to warmer climes going on with lots of different species heading south. Manny, the mammoth (voice of Ray Romano) is going against the tide, headed in the other direction.
This first film is noteworthy because of the presence of human beings, a sight of Stonehenge, and the very interesting episode with the prehistoric human cave drawings. Manny sees a mammoth family and becomes very lonesome about his own isolated plight without a mate.
There is a great deal of story-building in this movie with many ideas planted for further chapters which will bring on the introduction of more characters, and mating instincts will flower.
Manny meets Sid, the sloth, and immediately develops a dislike for the pushy Sid. Later they find a human baby, and both develop a love for the child. The baby is the catalyst for forming a new herd.
Diego, the carnivorous saber-toothed tiger, is introduced as a predator, and he wants to grab the human baby for his tiger gang to devour.
There's an inspired musical section with the extinct dodo birds who seemed too dumb to survive.
For kids and adults watching there are of a lot of lessons to be learned. Manny saves Diego's life which transforms him into a loyal member of the new herd. He shows gratitude, and the baby helps to "humanize" him. The importance of friendship and loyalty, the need for belonging to a group, and the need for companionship-all of these come out of the dramatic action.
In Blu-Ray this movie has stunning color and visual effects. There are a lot of scary adventures including cascading ice, molten lava, teetering icy crags. There's some bathroom humor that kids will probably get and titter over. Even though these are animals, the moviemakers have concentrated on characterization. They give human qualities to the animals (in fact they are almost ideal humans), and, of course, the animals speak English. It's full of vocal and sight gags. The movie is a treat for all.
My kids loved this movie, and I was thrilled to see it all over again. Hey, this means "fun for the whole family!"
Highly recommend if you have not watched it before!