Ice Age 4 - Continental Drift

Ice Age 4 - Continental Drift
Ice Age 4 - Continental Drift

Year

2012

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

The loveable prehistoric friends return for a fourth fun adventure, and this time their problems are truly earth-shattering. The planet’s land mass is breaking up and drifting apart, forming the different continents we know today and separating Manny from his family. The moody mammoth, tough tiger and silly sloth have faced danger before, but can they triumph over adversity one more time? The by-now expected mix of slapstick, sight gags (and in-jokes for the grown-ups) should make this latest instalment as popular as the others.

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Contains mid threat and comic violence.

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