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Ice Age 3 The Meltdown Film Review.

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Ice Age 3 The Meltdown Film Review Director: Carlos Saldanha. Release date 1ST July 2009. Genre: animation, family, comedy. Cert: U. Runtime 94 minutes. Country: USA. Company: Blue Sky Studios. Characters; Queen Latifah, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Simon Pegg, Josh Peck, Ray Romano, Sean Scott, Chris Wedge and Karen Disher. You might have expected the second sequel in a fun film franchise to be heading for the big chill! But the good news is that the guys behind Ice Age have managed to create another successfully cool family comedy. Yet again the mixture of knockabout humour for the kids and more sophisticated stuff for grown-ups is on the dot. ...read more.


As we go on soon enough we see Sid finding three king-sized eggs after he has a little stumble underneath some ice. He adopts them. When they hatch, it's clear that Sid had blundered, big style because out pop three baby T-Rex. Against the advice of Manny, Sid tries to mother the trio until a peeved Mrs T-Rex shows up. As they face up to the enraged monster mom, who takes off with babies and Sid, Manny and Ellie, the mammoths, with the help of Diego the sabre-toothed tiger, launch a rescue mission that takes them deep into a subterranean lost world where dinosaurs are still living. ...read more.


Lovers of the 'Ice Age' series will also be delighted to hear that Scrat is back, still trying to get to grips with the acorn while having a series of romantic interludes with a feisty female squirrel who can stretch her skin. All in all, this film has the potential of being one of the greatest animation films ever. There is never a dull moment where you think your going to fall asleep in this film. If you haven't yet watched this film, it is strongly recommended you watch this tremendously funny film! It's sumptuous summer family fun, which suggests there is quite a bit to come yet, before the Ice Age really 'Melts Down'. Reviewed by Shahriar Ahmed ...read more.

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