Ice Age: The Meltdown
Diego, Manny and Sid return in this sequel to the hit animated movie Ice Age. This time around, the deep freeze is over, and the ice-covered earth is starting to melt, which will destroy the trio's cherished valley. The impending disaster prompts them to reunite and warn all the other beasts about the desperate situation.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
- Stars:Ariel Winter, Seann William Scott, Alan Tudyk, Josh Peck, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary,
- Director:Carlos Saldanha,
The Ice Age is coming to an end and the animals of the Earth have taken warmly to the melting paradise that surrounds them. Despite the false comfort of a lush valley teeming with vegetation, however, great danger looms just over the horizon. When Manny, Sid, and Diego realize that the miles of liquefying ice overlooking their valley will soon turn from a gentle trickle to a violent force of nature capable of destroying anything and everything unfortunate enough to be in its path, they quickly set out to spread the word and get their endangered friends out of harm's way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ice Age: The Meltdown torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: It's better than the last and is actually one of Asylum's best efforts; but it still infuriates me that this franchise caught on the way it did.
(ca) wrote: Bold movie... disturbing..but finally u will get impressed
(ru) wrote: Replay value lacks (07) OWN VHS
(fr) wrote: Seems theatrical to me, like the History Boy. Love the 90s and Alan accent
(br) wrote: Are you '50s, '60s, or '80s? Make up your mind. Not thriller.
(us) wrote: Despite being very low budget, Spielberg brought the best out of the actors in this movie of a demonic possession.Some parts of this movie were great, but others were just horrendous. Anything special effects related was bad. But the story itself of the possession, and 'magic' of things and characters were good.
(nl) wrote: An absolutely pivotal British film of its era... marking the bridge between Ealing and the era of plots against the Labour government and GB75...
(kr) wrote: A funny screwball comedy with a wonderful performance from the always wonderful Katherine Hepburn