The Croods

The Croods
The Croods

Year

2013

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

Prehistoric life is tough for Eep Crood. She is desperate to get out and explore her surroundings, but her ultra-strict father is only concerned with survival and keeps his family in the safety of the cave. 'Never not be afraid!' he tells Eep. However, when their home disappears, the Croods have no choice but to embrace their environment. They find some things to be afraid of but also discover a breathtaking world of natural beauty, plus a cave boy, Guy, who predicts the world will end. Can they find a new place to call home?

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Contains mild threat.

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