The Croods 2: A New Age

 


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        The Croods 2: A New Age movie synopsis


Looking for a safe family, the prehistoric Crood family finds a beautiful, walled paradise that meets all of its needs. Unfortunately, they also have to learn to live with the Betterman's - a family a few steps above the Crood's evolutionary stage. As tensions between the new neighbors begin to escalate, a new threat soon pushes both nations on an epic adventure that forces them to accept their differences, draw strength, and survive together.

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          The Croods 2: A New Age movie Review 


‘The pack always stays together,’ roared Grug Crood (Nicholas Cage) with just a glimpse of anything threatening to break up his closest cave family. Entering the wild animals outside, they are constantly scratching their backs and sleeping in large numbers - not much has changed in the Croods, including Grug's dislike of her daughter Eep's (Emma Stone) boyfriend, Guy (Ryan Reynolds). But as soon as Guy and Eep came down from the package, the Crooks found a beautiful landscape with flowers and colorful animals. The engineers of this bright new home, Bettermans, are significantly different from the old Croods. They invited them in as guests, thanks to their past contact with Guy. But soon, things start to go awry between the two families and the outside enemy threatens to destroy his home. Now, they must work together to survive this catastrophe.

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Action, entertainment, humor and romance - there will never be a dull moment in this animated extravaganza. The second installment of this very successful franchise takes its legacy forward, adding new characters, a very interesting and vivid concept. The plot is very moving and the characters are so enthusiastic that it is impossible not to always invest in them. Most of the lines and their delivery with a stellar cast, raise a strong sense of humor. And in addition to that is a never-ending and busy screen game (produced by Kevin Hageman and Dan Hageman) heavily commissioned by Joel Crawford, who does corporate directing work from Chris Sanders. Each character has a bow and purpose from the insane to the imaginary and from complete sowing to maturity. The rich color palette of the film is pleasing to the eye as it touches the heart as its message of family bond and the power of unity - delivered by a small melodrama and high entertainment.

Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman rewrote their characters and each of them is completely perfect, realistic and figurative. While Cage well expresses Grug's fascination, lovable selfishness and the plight of a loving father, Catherine Keener praises him as the most needed voice and the only voice of reason. Stone and Reynolds represent the refreshing youth of Eep and Guy, respectively, through all the pitfalls of an initial love affair. Peter Dinklage, Leslie Mann and Kelly Marie Tran are welcome additions like Bettermans. But it is clear that it is the enthusiastic veteran among them, Cloris Leachman, who makes the Gran and Thunder fire news stories so good. The only other close to his humorous history is the language called 'punch monkey' that separated the reviewer.
‘Croods: The New Age’ gained a lot of stats with its over-thinking structure, high-level animation and humorous characters. It’s a great way to start the New Year with lots of laughter and non-verbal comments by setting aside our differences to fight the common enemy. It is one hell of a fun journey for kids of all ages.
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