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Ice Age: Collision Course (3D)
Th sequel to Ice Age: Continental drift is here.

Ice Age: Collision Course

15 Jul, 2016
1 hrs 35 mins
13,733 votes
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Scrat's epic pursuit of his elusive acorn catapults him outside of Earth, where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the planet. To save themselves from peril, Manny, Sid, Diego, and the rest of the herd leave their home and embark on a quest full of thrills and spills, highs and lows, laughter and adventure while traveling to exotic new lands and encountering a host of colorful new characters as well as a new enemy who is a brother to one of their old foes
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Verdict: The right kind of collision! In a year that`s given us one too many lackluster sequels, Ice Age`s fifth installment has charted the correct course and managed to create just the right kind of collision. Ice Age: Collision Course has the right balance of bang and boom. When Scrat`s desperate pursuit of the []... ...Read full review
Ice Age has been one hell of a series. Since the first instalment, it has been coming back with more laughter, exciting stories, incredible animation and wonderful sound. It has been one of the few series that keeps raising the bar. It is probably one of the most challenging film series that have been produced by the 20th Century Fox. Collision Course has a little less drama involved, but that also means that the scope of drama has been increased for the other characters. ...Read full review
Collision Course is a relentless, fun-filled, fast-paced and most recent part in a long-running series that is pretty much sure to keep the kids (the audience for this movie) entertained with its energy. ...Read full review
If you`re an Ice Age fan, you`ll like it anyway. If you`re not, you`ll still be able to endure it till you get the to sappy, drawn out ending. ...Read full review
Ice Age: Collision Course might be mildly entertaining for children looking for inoffensive diversion, but it definitely isn`t as chilled out as a couple of its predecessors, especially the one that the franchise kicked off with way back in 2002. ...Read full review