Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

(USA, 2009, 95 minutes)

As the mammoth couple expects a child, Sid the sloth decides to “adopt” three eggs that hatch to reveal baby dinosaurs... and an annoyed mother that's come to seek her lost babies. Splendid animated comedy that genially teases a lively and very funny chain of events from a not particularly inspired premise, with a number of nods to the classic Warner cartoons and a madcap one-eyed weasel that steals the film from under the cast of regulars.

A Twentieth Century-Fox release. Twentieth Century-Fox Animation presents a Blue Sky Studios production. With the voices of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Simon Pegg, Seann William Scott, Josh Peck; and Queen Latifah. Directed by Carlos Saldanha; co-directed by Michael Thurmeier; produced by Lori Forte, John C. Donkin; screenplay by Michael Berg, Peter Ackerman, Mike Reiss and Yoni Brenner, based on a story by Jason Carter Eaton; music by John Powell; character design, Peter de Sève; art director, Michael Knapp; film editor, Harry Hitner.


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