Voice Cast: Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Chris Wedge, Queen Latifah, Sean William Scott, Simon Pegg, Josh Peck, Neil deGrass Tyson, Keke Palmer and Adam DeVine
Director: Mike Thurmeier
Co-Director: Galen T. Chu
Producer: 20th Century Fox
Claps for: Visual Gags, Dialogues, Animation
Slaps for: Nothing
What’s New: Time for the mammals to teach us about how to save the world from a collision!
Popcorn Refill: Interval
Plot: While Sid’s quest for a better half continues, Diego and his wife Shira try hard to not come across as scary to the children in the forest.
On other hand, Manny and Ellie are busy convincing their daughter Peaches to stay with them instead of moving out with her fiancé Julian.
Far away from the ice age world, Scrat's pursuit of the acorn sends him to the outer space where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the existence of all the animals. To save themselves, they all have to embark on a journey that will stop them from becoming extinct like the dinosaurs.
Direction: ‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ is a complete entertainer that will keep you hooked till the end. Oh yes, the plot is predictable but are such movies about thrill and twists ever? They are about the wonderful animation combined with hilarious visual gags and dialogues. And directors Mike Thurmeier and Galen T. Chu deliver exactly what was expected from them!
Like the previous ‘Ice Age’ movies, this one too has a tight yet entertaining script that will keep you on your seats till the very end.
While the scenes of the Manny, Sid and Diego walking towards their destination along with their families to save the world, while being led by the one-eyed weasel Buck (who makes a well-crafted and highly entertaining entry), are cool; it is the outer-space sequences of Scrat along with his acorn that will leave you laughing out loud!
Combo-On-Offer: Drama + Comedy
Verdict: We give ‘Ice Age: Collision Course’ the movie CLAPS for being funny and entertaining! Watch it alone or watch it with your family, but this one’s worth the watch and will leave you asking for more.