(This review contains adult themes)
T and I watched this the other day and I loved it. It was just the two of us here, and I felt bad that she didn’t have anyone to play with, so I said “Hey, do you want to watch a movie with me?”
T: “What movie?”
Me: “Ice Age: Continental Drift.” I had received it weeks ago and hadn’t had a chance to watch it, so I thought this would be a good chance to get some one on one time with her, and be able to review the movie.
T: “I’ve already seen it.”
I started to feel sad, because it seemed she would rather sit by herself than watch something with me.
T: “It was really good. I would watch it again.”
Yay! I grabbed the DVD and a couple of popsicles for us, moved half a dozen pillow pets to one end of the futon in their room, and settled in for the fourth installment of the franchise. I had seen the first one and the one about the ice caps melting, and really liked the characters, writing, and animation, so I figured that this one would have to be fairly decent.
I was right. I had forgotten the cool way these films got the messages about loyalty, friendship, courage, and love out there. I really like the clever way they put adult humour in with the kid stuff, and the beautiful imagery that they use. The movements are so fluid and natural looking, I had never once doubted that a mammoth or sabre-toothed tiger would move like that. The addition of “Granny” was fantastic, and I believe it was Wanda Sykes that did her voice. Her constant rambling about “Precious”, and all of the scatterbrained goodness of a demented old lady was spot on. (I think.)
I also am ashamed to admit it, but the lady tiger, that sounds like J Lo, really made me horny. I wanted Diego to slam her into and ice wall and make her purr like the bad kitty that she is. (Spoiler Alert – He doesn’t.) Never in all my life have I wanted to be a cartoon feline as much as I do now. Well, not counting Fritz the Cat, of course. That dude was ballin’.
Anyhow, we both loved it, and it was a perfect way to kill a couple of hours with one of my favourite ladies. Thanks, Fox
So it don’t matter what it looks like, we look perfect to me,