Ice Age Boxset - 6 Disc (DVD)

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Ice Age: The Complete 5 Movies Collection - Ice Age + Ice Age 2: The Meltdown + Ice Age 3: Dawn of Dinosaurs + Ice Age 4: Continental Drift + Ice Age 5: Collision Course

Product Details

Barcode
6009707513862
Department
Movies & TV
Released
18 Nov 2016
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Kids & Family
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
FOX
Number of Discs
6
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Ice Age
Release Year
2002
Running Time
81 min
Language
English
Categories
Childrens / Animated / Adventure / Animals / Friendships / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
A star-studded cast provides the voices for the prehistoric creatures in this computer-animated feature set 20,000 years ago as the Ice Age approaches. Seemingly anti-social Manny, a woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano), acts as if he just wants to be left alone. When he meets Sid (voiced by John Leguizamo), a sloth, the two become unlikely traveling companions. The plot thickens when the duo finds a human infant and decides to try to return the child to its "herd." Manny slowly but surely reveals his heart of gold, while Sid continues to provide comic relief. Diego (voiced by Denis Leary), a saber-tooth tiger with ulterior motives, soon joins them in their search for the humans. Ultimately, this group of misfits becomes its own herd, learning about friendship and loyalty as they brave snow, ice, freezing temperatures, predators, hail, and even boiling lava pits. All the while, a saber-tooth squirrel, Scat, provides comic relief as he valiantly struggles with an acorn. A well-written, humorous script and endearing characters mesh well with the state-of-the-art technology and effects. Other stars lending their voices to the feature include Goran Visnjic, Jack Black, and Jane Krakowski.
Cast & Crew
Director
Chris Wedge
Voice
Diedrich Bader / Jack Black / Denis Leary / John Leguizamo / Ray Romano / Goran Visnjic
Screenwriter
Peter Ackerman / Michael Berg / Michael G. Wilson
Composer
David Newman
Producer
Lori Forte / Christopher Meledandri
Production Designer
Brian McEntee
Co-Director
Carlos Saldanha
Movie Critics
Box Office
"...There's enough cool fun here to warm the hearts of animation enthusiasts of all ages..."
Michael Tunison (1 May 2002, p.60)
Chicago Sun-Times
"...A pleasure to look at....The visuals are rich with character touches for the animals..."
Roger Ebert (2 Jun 2002, p.6)
Los Angeles Times
"...Chris Wedge has done nifty, amusing things on the visual side....His style is a kind of storybook photo-realism, giving those characters the unusual look of living and breathing plush toys..."
Kenneth Turan (15 Mar 2002, p.C25)
New York Times
"...Mr. Wedge and Mr. Saldanha handle the mix of verbal jokes and slapstick well..."
Elvis Mitchell (15 Mar 2002, p.E22)
Sight and Sound
"...The film's stylized, blocky humans and personable, exaggerated creatures have the feel of three-dimensional cartoons....There are emotional resonances beyond the obvious..."
Kim Newman (1 May 2002, p.47)
Total Film
"...ICE AGE has some groundbreakingly realistic digimation and plenty of laughs. Think a prehistoric JUNGLE BOOK..."
Carla Thorpe (1 Apr 2002, p.106)
USA Today
"...A delight....ICE AGE deserves to pass animation's survival-of-the-fittest test..."
Mike Clark (15 Mar 2002, p.4E)
Variety
"...There's something matter-of-factly astonishing about the vivid precision of key details....Arresting and often laugh-out-loud funny..."
Joe Leydon (18 Mar 2002, p.23-30)

Movie

Title
Ice Age: The Meltdown
Release Year
2006
Running Time
90 min
Language
English
Alternate Title
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
Categories
Comedies / Adventure / Adventurers / Buddies / Computer Animation / Friendships / Prehistoric / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
In this computer-animated sequel to ICE AGE, prehistoric creatures face a new problem: their icy world is melting. Manny (voiced by Ray Romano), seemingly the last woolly mammoth on Earth, and his pals--a saber-toothed tiger named Diego (Denis Leary) and a sloth named Sid (John Leguizamo)--are perfectly content in their ice-covered valley. When con artist Fast Tony (Jay Leno) claims that their home will soon be underwater and the world is about to end, they think he's kidding. But to everyone's surprise, the shady fast talker is right. Manny, Diego, and Sid soon discover that the valley will flood in days. Following the advice of a vulture (Will Arnett) who is hoping for the worst, a bevy of animals begin to make their way to the end of the valley in search of a boat that will save them from the flood.

En route, sad sack Manny is startled when he encounters another woolly mammoth, Ellie (Queen Latifah). As happy as Manny is to see another one of his kind, there's a problem: Ellie is convinced that she's a possum like her hyperactive brothers, Crash (Seann William Scott) and Eddie (Josh Peck). And to make matters worse, the melting of the ice has released some ferocious sea creatures that had literally been frozen in time. Will Ellie finally realize that she's a gigantic woolly mammoth and not a pint-sized possum? Is it really the end of the world? Can Manny and the rest of the animals in the valley survive the impending flood? And will Manny be able to leave the past behind now that he knows he's not alone? Saber-tooth squirrel Scrat and his quest for an acorn once again provide additional comic relief throughout the film.
Notes
Theatrical Release: March 31, 2006
Cast & Crew
Star
Will Arnett / Drea de Matteo / Denis Leary / John Leguizamo / Josh Peck / Queen Latifah / Ray Romano / Seann William Scott
Screenwriter
Peter Gaulke / Gerry Swallow
Composer
John Powell
Producer
Lori Forte
Co-Director
Carlos Saldanha
Movie Critics
Entertainment Weekly
"ICE AGE: THE MELTDOWN blithely looks on the bright side of life, amassing a screen full of vultures to sing and dance 'Food Glorious Food' and daring us not to get happy." -- Grade: B+
Lisa Schwarzbaum (7 Apr 2006, p.42-43)
Sight and Sound
"Overall, this is the best CGI picture since Pixar's THE INCREDIBLES..."
Andrew Osmond (1 Jun 2006, p.54)
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his sequel confidently juggles its humorous elements with well-handled action beats..."
Neil Smith (1 Jun 2006, p.54)
USA Today
"With its appealing combination of humor and endearing characters -- many of whom are back from the first film -- it is at least as good as the original ICE AGE, and possibly better."
Claudia Puig (31 Mar 2006, p.4E)
Widescreen Review
"[The] colors are beautifully rendered and well balanced, with very good contrast."
Widescreen Review Staff (1 Feb 2007, p.72)

Movie

Title
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Release Year
2009
Language
English
Alternate Title
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Categories
Childrens / Animated / Animated Characters / Animated Worlds / Dinosaurs / Prehistoric / Theatrical Release
US Box Office
$196.5 million
Official Website
http://www.iceagemovie.com/
Ratings
IMDb
6.9
Rotten Tomatoes®
46% 62%
Metacritic
50
Synopsis
Manny, Sid, Diego, and Ellie are back in this third film in the computer-animated Ice Age series. With those creatures in starring roles, fans also get another dose of the vocal talents of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, and Queen Latifah, who are joined by SHAUN OF THE DEAD’s Simon Pegg. In ICE AGE: DAWN OF THE DINOSAUR, Manny and Ellie are expecting their first baby, while Sid the sloth tries an unconventional way of starting a family that gets him into trouble. With all this talk of babies, Diego might be losing his saber-toothed edge, but a journey to save Sid may just turn the whole group into heroes. In addition to all that adventure, it wouldn’t be an Ice Age film if Scrat weren’t on a desperate hunt for an acorn, but he might get distracted by a shapely female squirrel.
Poster
Poster for Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Cast & Crew
Director
Carlos Saldanha
Voice
Queen Latifah / Denis Leary / John Leguizamo / Simon Pegg / Ray Romano
Screenwriter
Peter Ackerman / Michael Berg / Yoni Brenner / Mike Reiss
Composer
John Powell
Executive Producer
Chris Wedge
Producer
John C. Donkin / Lori Forte
Story
Jason Carter Eaton
Co-Director
Michael Thurmeier
Movie Critics
Box Office
3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]dding tons more action and razor-sharp 3D, the ICE AGE series proves it is far from extinct as it hits its stride with an irresistible and enormously fun third entry..."
Pete Hammond (29 Jun 2009, )
Chicago Sun-Times
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "All of our friends are back, and some new ones, including a ferocious T-Rex....ICE AGE: DAWN OF THE DINOSAURS is tirelessly inventive visually...
Roger Ebert (30 Jun 2009, )
Washington Post
"Simon Pegg makes a nice acerbic addition to the cast as Buck, a leathery one-eyed weasel....
(1 Jul 2009, )

Movie

Title
Ice Age: Continental Drift
Release Year
2012
Running Time
88 min
Language
English
Alternate Title
Ice Age: Continental Drift 3D
Categories
Childrens / Animated / Animals / Families / Family (General) / Fantasy / Friendships / Kids Adventure / Pirates / Prehistoric
US Box Office
$158.6 million
Official Website
http://www.iceagemovie.com/
Ratings
IMDb
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes®
37% 62%
Metacritic
49
Synopsis
Scrat's acorn obsession sparks a continental catastrophe that sends Manny (voice of Ray Romano), Diego (voice of Denis Leary), and Sid (voice of John Leguizamo) on an epic adventure involving a ship full of fearsome pirates, and an unexpected reunion as the ICE AGE saga continues in this eye-popping sequel. Queen Latifah, Seann William Scott, and Josh Peck reprise their roles, with Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lopez, and Aziz Ansari heading up the rest of the voice cast.
Poster
Poster for Ice Age: Continental Drift
Cast & Crew
Director
Steve Martino / Michael Thurmeier
Voice
Aziz Ansari / Joy Behar / Christopher J. Campbell / Alain Chabat / Ester Dean / Peter Dinklage / Karen Disher / Drake / Jason Fricchione / Nick Frost / Anthony Fuller / Josh Gad / J. Giragos / Ben Gleib / Queen Latifah / Denis Leary / John Leguizamo / Jennifer Lopez / Erin Mayovsky / Nicki Minaj / Heather Morris / Kunal Nayyar / Keke Palmer / James Palumbo / Josh Peck / Simon Pegg / Piolin / Jeremy Renner / Ray Romano / Seann William Scott / Rodney Sherwood / Matthew Simmons / Patrick Stewart / Wanda Sykes / Meghan Thurmeier / Alan Tudyk / Chris Wedge / Rebel Wilson
Screenwriter
Michael Berg / Jason Fuchs
Composer
John Powell
Director of Photography
Renato Falcão
Story
Michael Berg / Lori Forte
Assistant Director
R.E. Ambrose
Sound
Randy Thom
Sound Re-Recording
Lora Hirschberg / Randy Thom
Music Editor
Tom Carlson
Production Manager/UPM
Amy Frear / Anthony Nisi
Animation
Jason Alberts / Wayne Barker / Scott Carroll / Shirley Harper / Matthew J. Munn / Lynette A. Nechayeva / Vanessa Ruane / Scott Sangiacomo
Animation Supervisor
Talena Bennett / James Bresnahan / Nick Bruno / Gianfranco Manfredi
Character Design
Peter DeSeve
Lighting Director
John Ulman
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"[T]he look of the film franchise has always been one of its strong points and CONTINENTAL DRIFT takes it up a notch. The high-seas action and the way in which old Mother Earth is falling apart are very cool in their execution and make for great watching."
Betsy Sharkey (12 Jul 2012, )
Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "Bouncing along on a 3D sugar rush, part four is sufficiently wacky fun..."
Total Film Staff (1 Aug 2012, )
Washington Post
"The animation is spectacular....CONTINENTAL DRIFT is energetic, inventive and frequently amusing..."
(13 Jul 2012, )

Movie

Title
Ice Age: Collision Course
Release Year
2016
Running Time
94 min
Language
English
Alternate Title
Ice Age: Collision Course 3D
Categories
Childrens / Animated / Adventure / Family (General)
US Box Office
$510.0 million
Official Website
https://www.facebook.com/iceage
Ratings
IMDb
5.7
Rotten Tomatoes®
18%
Metacritic
34
Synopsis
Bumbling saber-toothed squirrel Scrat continues to cause mischief in outer space, where he sets off a series of events that send an asteroid hurtling toward Earth. Soon, Manny the woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano), Sid the sloth (John Leguizamo), and Diego the saber-toothed tiger (Denis Leary) embark on a journey with their rambunctious animal friends to prevent the asteroid from ending life as they know it. Simon Pegg, Queen Latifah, Adam DeVine, Nick Offerman, and Jennifer Lopez also lend their voices to this animated sequel.
Poster
Poster for Ice Age: Collision Course
Cast & Crew
Director
Michael Thurmeier
Voice
Stephanie Beatriz / Robert Cardone / Adam DeVine / Jesse Tyler Ferguson / Max Greenfield / Jessie J / Queen Latifah / Denis Leary / John Leguizamo / Jennifer Lopez / Jorge Lucas / Andrew Christopher Nichols / Nick Offerman / Keke Palmer / James Palumbo / Josh Peck / Simon Pegg / Carlos Ponce / Melissa Rauch / Casey M. Roberts / Ray Romano / Seann William Scott / Matthew Simmons / Lilly Singh / Michael Strahan / Wanda Sykes / Randy Thom / Meghan Thurmeier / Michael Thurmeier / Neil DeGrasse Tyson / Chris Wedge
Screenwriter
Michael Berg / Yoni Brenner / Michael J. Wilson
Composer
John Debney
Director of Photography
Renato Falcão
Story
Aubrey Solomon
Sound
Jeremy Paul Bowker / Zach Martin / Stuart McCowan / Kevin Sellers / Randy Thom
Sound Re-Recording
Lora Hirschberg / Glenn Humphries / Randy Thom
Animation
Eric David Anderson / Joseph Antonuccio / Andrew Atteberry / Brock Boyts / Wee Brian / Eric Chou / Andrew Cox / Stephen Dahler / Nathan Dillow / Paul Downs / Todd Elliott
Character Design
Annlyn Huang
Movie Critics
Boston Globe
"Scrat is back in fine, funny form in ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE. He launches the series’ fifth installment by stumbling onto a glacierized flying saucer and setting off eye-catching galactic chaos..."
Tom Russo (21 Jul 2016, )
New York Times
"ROAD RUNNER-style gags recycled in computer-smooth 3-D animation still pack some punch, as it happens. A scene in which an electrical storm menaces the movie’s protagonists also generates some visual interest."
Glenn Kenny (21 Jul 2016, )