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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by terry78, Dec 7, 2012.
Yeah, this looks pretty damn funny.
Looks like it could be alright. The pet belt made me laugh when that elephant dissappears.
It seems more fleshed out but it reminds me of this
I like that the nicholas cage caveman really wants his mother-in-law to die lmao.
I' am glad that there is a Nic Cage freak out moment in the trailer.
a nicholas cage movie just isn't worth it unless he cages out at least twice.
Got back a little while ago, it's a pretty fun flick. I like how they don't skirt how they are in fact homosapiens and although they speak perfect english they still act violent amongst each other, including the guys on the girls. Cage doing his crazy shtick is never a fail, and he does it here.
How did I not know that Chris Sanders directed this?
This movie was pretty amazing imo.
Lot's of subtle tragedy, which always get me.
The opening theme Alan Silvestri composed during the opening food hunt scene. Very football marching band.
I didn't know that either, well that changes my mind about this project.
Really enjoyed this movie. The world was very imaginative and the colors were vivid. Being the first animated movie of 2013 for me, I'd say this started it off right. Hope we get a sequel, I'd love to see more of the Croods and their world.
I expected to see the first wheel in this movie, but maybe they're saving that for a possible sequel.
Toldja has the film dropping only 31% in its second weekend to $30M. If it holds like this onwards for the next few weeks, DWA could have another How to Train Your Dragon sleeper hit on their hands.
Hope they don't make some tv show out of this, but I can see it happening because the premise is perfect, plus it's a successful kids' movie. I'd rather they go straight for a theatrical sequel, though.
My favorite dreamworks animated film since the Shrek films.
It was alright, a strong film for the family but far from being as good as Dreamworks's best like Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon and Kung Fu Panda. But then again it's better than being on their worst films tier
I enjoyed more than I thought I would. The marketing for it made it look dull even to my 9 year old, but it was decent. Probably Cage's best movie in some time, which is pretty crazy.
This was great. I loved it.
The whole scene when Grug finally let go of his trepidations to seek out the unknown and help his family reach the other side was really good. His leap of faith to help his family by sacrificing himself was beautifully done. The reunion with Eep was also very sweet. I teared up a couple of times there, so well done.
The pet sloth was hilarious
Also @terry78, Eep is thicc and she loves it That's bae right there
Kelly Marie Tran Joins Voice Cast of 'Croods' Sequel (Exclusive)
Kelly Marie Tran is going from a galaxy far far away to the Cro-Magnon age. The Star Wars actor is joining the voice cast of DreamWorks' The Croods 2, the follow-up to the 2013 animated film about a caveman family. In the sequel, the Croods will face their biggest threat since leaving the cave: another family, The Bettermans. Tran will play Dawn, the only child of the Bettermans. Due to her strict, overprotective parents (voiced by Leslie Mann and Peter Dinklage), she’s never been allowed to venture beyond the safety of their protective wall. As an awkward, sheltered girl, Dawn is overjoyed to meet fellow teenagers for the first time. Through Eep’s (Emma Stone) encouragement and a journey with the Croods, Dawn embraces her wild side and finally finds her voice and the courage to be herself.
**** I forgot this was even still going.