Join the Croods on the journey of a lifetime in the epic comedy-adventure that “has the magical wonder of How To Train Your Dragon” — Jake Hamilton (Fox-TV). When their cave is destroyed, the Croods set out to explore a spectacular landscape filled with fantastic creatures, strange surprises, and a whole new world of adventure!
**Belt's Cave Journal
**Croods' Cuts (Lost Scenes)
**World of DreamWorks Animation
**The Croods Coloring & Storybook Builder App Fun
Cast & Crew
It captures the wonder (and more gently, the anxiety) of discovery time and time again. And the filmmakers have a hoot playing with the Croods' encounters with, as well as their misunderstandings of, all things new.
As family viewing, it's pleasant enough: primitive, yes, but in a digitally sophisticated way that's boisterous, funny and will no doubt sell a lot of toys.
The animation is first-rate, with moments of genuine visual imagination, and the story, while unremarkable, is entirely adequate.
How to Train Your Dragon" and "Lilo & Stitch" are completely indicative of the experience you'll have with "The Croods," which is to say a supremely positive one.
It may not be an instant animated classic, but it's a charmer that will leave the kids ... feeling warm and fuzzy ...
A film which, if not truly sophisticated, isn't nearly as crude as advertised.
Fast-paced, inventive animated comic adventure of a Stone Age family gets an extra boost from the lively vocal performances of stars Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds.