THE CROODS 2: A New Age Trailer (2020)

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Prehistoric family The Croods are back to their old shenanigans in a dangerous, strange new world.

The Croods 2: A New Age (2020) is the new animation movie starring Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and Nicolas Cage.

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  1. Username 1123
    Username 1123 says:

    I thought it'll be bad to okay cuz of the sequels i have watched that was terrible. But this is SOOOO GOOD!! Love the movie, i thought it'll be more predictable but noo, lots of surprises.

  2. Joanna Hilkert
    Joanna Hilkert says:

    This review hits the nail on the head when it comes to finding a good balance in the movie between humor and heartfelt moments, between children friendly and watchable for adults. The writer's attitude and awareness of their audience is definitely seen through-out the writing. I, as a young adult enjoyed the movie and I completely agree it would be enjoyable for kids and even for parents for a family movie night. As you mentioned, the movie is partially truth-filled as it shows struggles in a family and in relationships and different ways the Croods family overcome those difficulties. I would also agree that the movie was skillfully developed and had great casting for the voices with a well written script. As stated, there is some potty humor and slight violence but nothing too crazy. Since it is a children's movie and a cartoon, there really is no deep way to look into how they treated the characters or actors so the dignity of the human person was upheld. As a family movie focused on the strength of family and unity, the movie was written with motivation towards real life experiences that were targeted at a family's emotions and actions and that was portrayed nicely throughout the movie. Since it is a cartoon, from a Christian perspective, there was nothing that was deeply inspiring that would lead the audience to pursue virtue and draw them closer to God but possibly closer as a family. Definitely a well rounded review for a parent or even older kid to look at before viewing the movie if choosing to do so.

  3. Timur Eichnau
    Timur Eichnau says:

    To the people saying the movie is unrealistic because the grandma is still alive,
    I just want to point out that the granny in the movie represents Queen Elisabeth.
    The movie is part of a documentary series showing Queen Elizabeth's early life.


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