Surprisingly charming tale of a family of skittish cavemen forced out into a strange new world when their free spirited daughter meets a strange boy from the outside who tells them that the world is coming to an end. Beautifully animated, with endearing characters, and some witty humor along the way to keep things light without getting bogged down in its message. It's no HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, but it'll do.
A OK animation with OK jokes and OK characters. Nothing to die for, nothing to watch for a second time. Sometimes it's funny and beautiful - but just sometimes. An average film to make kids go through screening afternoons.
Actually much better than what I was expecting, very creative animals that are really standing out. The whole plot is quite bland, and the most disappointing part, visually, is the family, but it remains a good entertainment.
It may not match the quality of How to Train Your Dragon, as some could consider it loud, but DreamWorks have made a fine enough debut at Fox that is just as fun as it would be in Aardman's hands, with imagination and smart storytelling courtesy of Chris Sanders, dazzling visuals, heart and no crude humour. Just Crood humour.
i don't know, Even though is a formulaic story (children growing up, disfunctional family, bla bla) and has some silly plotlines (the tiger-ish for example) I was really charmed by it. Also, the visual aspects of it are great as well.
I really thought i was going to dislike this movie because i originally felt the animation style made it look cheap but Im incredibly grateful for how many times movies will prove me wrong ! Nice and speaks on some family related topics (and visually very nice)
Starts off strong with an exciting football-influenced beginning but fails to maintain that same level of excitement during it's road trip story. But thankfully good gags help as its mixed with the film's so-so story. Overall, an enjoyable but not really standout film.