The Croods (2013)

The Croods (2013)
  • Time: 90 min
  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy
  • Directors: Kirk de Micco, Chris Sanders
  • Cast: Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Nicolas Cage


The Croods is a prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures — and their outlook is changed forever.


  • DreamWorks has made a film about a caveman family, in The Croods. Where do I even begin with this, it’s creative, it’s inventive, it’s funny at times, it’s quite a good movie. The animation and even the art direction can get creative and colorful with many colorful creatures and I think DreamWorks is getting better at it. It has a lot of conflict, and it really good conflict. The acting is great mostly with Nicolas Cage. The song at the end credits, I think is really great and has a beautiful rhythm. I think that the moral is really good, even for adults. In conclusion, i think The Croods is a great film for the family and also for animation goers.

  • The Croods are the last remaining family of cavemen and women in the area, the reason they have survived is because of Grug’s (Nicolas Cage) strength and the fact that they live by a set of rules, which include staying in the cave after dark and fearing anything that seems new, new is BAD! Despite the rules Grug’s daughter Eep (Emma Stone) wants to explore and live life. So she breaks free and rebels against her father which results in her meeting Guy. Guy (Ryan Reynolds) warns her of “The end of the world” and tells her his plan to go to a place where they will all be safe. When the Croods cave is destroyed they are force to travel with Guy to this new place.

    Most of the humour in The Croods is slapstick and physical but that didn’t stop the adult from laughing as well as the kids. Unlike its name The Croods avoid any form of toilet humour.

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