Rent Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)

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1h 30min
Rent Ice Age: Collision Course (aka Ice Age 5) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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Synopsis:
Your favourite "Ice Age" heroes are back and cooler than ever in this all-new animated adventure that's mammoth-sized fun for the whole family! Scrat's epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe, where he accidentally triggers a series of cosmic events that threaten the Ice Age world. Now the entire herd - including Buck, Manny, Ellie, Sid and Diego - must work together on a hilarious journey, filled with nonstop action and colourful new characters, in order to survive the global Scrat-tastrophe!
Directors:
Michael Thurmeier, Galen Tan Chu
Producers:
Lori Forte
Voiced By:
Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Stephanie Beatriz, Robert Cardone, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Adam DeVine, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Max Greenfield, Jessie J, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Lopez, Jorge Lucas, Andrew Christopher Nichols, Nick Offerman, Keke Palmer, James Palumbo
Writers:
Michael J. Wilson, Michael Berg, Yoni Brenner, Aubrey Solomon
Aka:
Ice Age 5
Studio:
20th Century Fox
Genres:
Anime & Animation, Children & Family, Kids’ TV
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/02/2017
Run Time:
90 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • Ice Age: The Story So Far
  • Scrat: Spaced Out Mini-Movie
  • Scratasia: Scrat's Solo Adventures
  • Mysteries of the Scratazons
  • Star Signs of the Animal Kingdom
  • The Science of It All: deGrasse Tyson debunks
  • Figaro "Sing-A-Long"
  • Stills Gallery
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/12/2016
Run Time:
90 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
B
Bonus:
  • Ice Age: The Story So Far
  • Scrat: Spaced Out Mini-Movie
  • Scratasia: Scrat's Solo Adventures
  • Mysteries of the Scratazons
  • Star Signs of the Animal Kingdom
  • The Science of It All: deGrasse Tyson debunks
  • Figaro "Sing-A-Long"
  • Stills Gallery
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/02/2016
Run Time:
90 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
B
Bonus:
  • Ice Age: The Story So Far
  • Scrat: Spaced Out Mini-Movie
  • Scratasia: Scrat's Solo Adventures
  • Mysteries of the Scratazons
  • Star Signs of the Animal Kingdom
  • The Science of It All: deGrasse Tyson debunks
  • Figaro "Sing-A-Long"
  • Stills Gallery
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/12/2016
Run Time:
90 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
B
Bonus:
  • Ice Age: The Story So Far
  • Scrat: Spaced Out Mini-Movie
  • Scratasia: Scrat's Solo Adventures
  • Mysteries of the Scratazons
  • Star Signs of the Animal Kingdom
  • The Science of It All: deGrasse Tyson debunks
  • Figaro "Sing-A-Long"
  • Stills Gallery

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Reviews (4) of Ice Age: Collision Course

Not very good - Ice Age: Collision Course review by gazmb

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22/01/2017

Well it's more of the same old thing as the others , this for me was the worst one , couldn't even find it funny.

1 out of 1 members found this review helpful.

First one still the best - Ice Age: Collision Course review by NC

Spoiler Alert
30/01/2017

Hollywood always likes to milk a series as much as possible, and is another easy earner for Pegg at the same time. He has scored big time with Startrek and now this!

Kids will love it, and has some quite clever moves in it, although a lot of the dialogue is a bit advanced for the very young, and obvoiusly inserted to appeal more to the parents.............

0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.

Give it a miss! - Ice Age: Collision Course review by CS

Spoiler Alert
21/02/2017

You know when a film is a dud, if you start to lose interest and your attention wanes after the first ten minutes, then never comes back to the film again! This film does exactly that, right for the opening sequence you can see that it's not going to get any better and rather sadly, it never does! I found this extremely boring, frustrating and dull to watch. Whilst the first three films in the series are really good, why they bothered with this one, apart from the money, is beyond comprehension, as it delivers nothing new, constantly retreads the same old ground and I found Scratch simply annoying! There are too many new characters, existing character and irrelevant characters thrown in, creating a confusing melting pot of banality. Too many story lines and diversions, make this lose it's way and the plot is just naff! A badly written script, not many funny moments, as I say its al been done before and this offers nothing new, nor does t move forward, in fact it really kills off the franchise as far as I'm concerned!

0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.

Critic review

Ice Age: Collision Course (aka Ice Age 5) review by Mark McPherson - Cinema Paradiso

There are only so many times that cute CGI creatures can narrowly avoid being consumed by apocalyptic forces that you just wish they’d die already. I know that’s a rather morbid thought for an animated picture intended for little ones, but there’s only so much of Sid, Manny and Diego I can take before I want them to suffer a horrible fate they avoid every picture. This is the fifth movie in the Ice Age series and it’s already becoming confusing trying to keep these movies in order with too many characters and uninteresting plots.

The characters have lost all their edge; and I do mean all of it. Mastodon Manny (Ray Romano), the once curmudgeon of the group, has been reduced to Ray's sitcom character from Everybody Loves Raymond. He has gotten married, had a child and now has to deal with his daughter falling in love with another mastodon. I guess the writers and director felt that kids needed to experience Father of the Bride sooner or later. Sid the sloth (John Leguizamo) has become increasingly annoying as the bachelor that wants to settle down, but is never as lucky as his associates. Spoiler: He doesn’t find his true love in this picture either despite the movie teasing such a prospect. The tiger Diego (Denis Leary) has lost all his crassness in favor of attempting to settle down with his new love interest and have children. These characters have all moved on and I wish this series had as well.

The disaster for this picture is a comet hurdling towards Earth. How do they stop this cataclysmic event from occurring? It turns out there was a previous comet that touched down and left shards of some magnetized crystals that also hold the secret of eternal youth for some reason. Through the aid of a mental vision of Neil DeGrasse Tyson (a popular cameo of this era), the gang comes to the conclusion that if they gather enough of the crystals in one spot they can repel the comet with magnetism.

But there’s not much danger to such a scenario considering how close the crystals are and how little opposition is present. There’s a llama that’s become obsessed with the crystals and won’t let them go, but he’s no threat or even a funny character, relying mostly on his flexible yoga-ready body for visual gags. There’s a pack of flying dinosaurs that are counting on the comet hitting so they can rule the sky, but their arc is also reduced to uninteresting family squabbles. Skrat is still the most interesting of the lot simply for the fact that he doesn’t talk, but his slapstick antics, even in the fresh setting of an alien spaceship, are growing a little long in the tooth.

There are so many underdeveloped characters weaved into this sad excuse for an adventure that it’s hard to care about any of them, let alone have any of their jokes land. Not to mention the B-plots of the relationships with these characters has become so repetitive that I actually had deja vu. Even in trying to remember this movie I became confused about what number this movie was, which character went through which arc and what apocalyptic gags were used. Why are the Ice Age movies turning into The Land Before Time movie series with its double-digit direct-to-video sequels? More importantly, why hasn’t Ice Age been reduced to home video instead of theaters? Haven’t parents suffered enough?

After five of these movies, it seems pretty clear that some outside force wants these animals to die and soon. The ice age doesn’t kill them, a flood doesn’t kill them, dinosaurs don’t kill them, cracking continents don’t kill them and now a comet can’t do them in. The only other means of killing off these characters would probably be a volcano explosion or starvation. So get ready for Ice Age: Lava-Palooza and Ice Age: Left-Overs. Don’t worry, the characters won’t die; they’ll probably be saved by Skrat in some way and then Manny will come to terms with being a grandfather.

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