The Croods 3D: Weird Animals and a Caveman Family

the croods

The Croods is a prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures — and their outlook is changed forever.

The Croods 3D: Weird Animals and a Caveman Family

the croods

You can always guarantee the 3D in a full CGI movie and The Croods lives up to the 3D promised, with a good filed of depth and moments throughout the film where the vibrant colours and 3D really works well.

But enough of the 3D, no matter how much you throw 3D at an audience it’s the content of the film that brings in the audiences to part with their money and The Croods is a film that many seem to be enjoying.

The Croods are certainly a family that most of us can relate to and with any film that wants that family feel, then The Croods, certainly does the trick.

Grug (Nicolas Cage) likes to keep his family safe and anything new is dangerous, Eep (Emma Stone), hu is daughter, just wants the freedom of being outside the cave and like most rebellious teenagers she gets note than she bargained for when she meets Guy (Ryan Reynolds) and finds that the world is coming to an end.

The Croods

With the world coming to an end the journey, not only to a safer place, but also the understanding of family, is a long and dangerous one for them all. With a little romance thrown in just for good measure.

The Croods is a vibrant movie with some rather strange and wonderful creatures that The Croods meet upon their journey, such as some Piranha Parrots, land whales and many other bizarre creatures in this fantasy world.

With plenty of excitement and good family fun, The Croods is a fa,lily movie that this half term is a must for the kids to see, even the mums and dads will enjoy The Croods with some of those slightly older jokes thrown in for them as well.

Overall Thoughts For The Croods

Another enjoyable animated family film from DreamWorks, great CGI, good 3D and a message that all father should learn, dad knows less than his daughter!

Rating:
[starreview tpl=16]

Karen Woodham

Karen Woodham

Editor-in-Chief at Blazing Minds
Karen Woodham is the founder and owner of the Blazing Minds blog an avid blogger/journalist of all sorts of interesting and odd things. She is also a Cinema Film Reviewer, based in Rhyl, where she reviews the latest movies, she has also had several articles in The Daily Post Newspaper as well as other publications.
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2 Responses to The Croods 3D: Weird Animals and a Caveman Family

  1. Frank Steiner says:

    I have been to lots of animated kids movies. Some of them were quite painful to sit through. This one ranks at the very top. The action, the humor, the characters, the plot, all rolled up in to a big ball of fun. I was belly laughing the whole way through it.

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