Ice Age Collision Course
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Ice Age Collision Course

With fourteen years behind him, this saga has given Wonder Woman us fifteen movies between long and short. The first, which inaugurated a successful cycle for Blue Sky Studios, was Ice Age (Chris Wedge and Carlos Saldanha, 2002), which is still the best of all without discussion, the least baroque, the most measured, the most intelligent and emotional reach. One step behind was Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (Saldanha, 2006), whose basic virtue is the integration of Scrat’s odyssey, the immeasurable slapstick comedy squirrel, into the main plot of the mammoth Manny, the lazy Sid and the teeth of sable Diego.

With Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Saldanha and Mike The Promise Thurmeier, 2009) came the loosest delivery, for its blustery and half-baked mood, but Scrat always saves the show. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (Steve Martino and Thurmeier, 2012) raised the bar somewhat, already far from the first two parts. And now we have here Ice Age 5: Collision Course, which has been directed by Galen T. Chu and, again, Thurmeier. Both are involved in the development of the saga from the very beginning, as they contributed theirs to the history of Ice Age, in an operating dynamics with collective contributions that we can assume that links Blue Sky with Pixar, obviating the enormous distances.

And not only that, but also, most of Thurmeier and Chu’s career has developed with this saga, to the point that they owe all their experience as directors: Chu, before the fifth installment, had in charge of the short Surviving Sid (2008), quite thorough, and Thurmeier, apart from his correalization of the last three lengths, directed with Chris Renaud the most discarding Scrat short film: No Time for Nuts (2006); then, the two parts of Scrat’s Continental Star Wars The Last Jedi Crack-Up (2010 and 2011) with Martino, the first more acceptable than the second; and finally, with Chu, the ingenious Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe (2015), included in Ice Age 5 itself.

Duration: 94 min

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IMDb: 5.7

Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course
Ice Age Collision Course