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by Kathee on 1/13/2008

I recommend this movie for children of all ages, as well as adults. With the fun story line and setting, this movie will have you sitting on the edge of your seat. Buying the 2-pack of Ice Age I and II was the best deal, and shipping was so fast!

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Disc 1: Ice Age: The MeltdownFull Screen FeatureAll New Scrat Short- "No Time for Nuts"All New Crash & Eddie Stunts - 3 Short ShortsCrash and Eddie BlooperCommentaries by Director Carlos Saldanha, Producer Lori Forte and the Production Team.The Animation Director's Chair- Storyboard, Animation, Final for "Play Dead," "Fish Story," "Nuts," "Family," "Face Off," "Drain"Intro Into New Characters- "Meet Ellie" and "Meet Crash and Eddie"Lost Historical Films on the Ice Age Period: The Sloth "Nature's Lovable Lisper,"The Wooly Mammoth "Nature's Beast of Burden," The Saber-Tooth Squirrel "Nature's Nutty Buddy," The Saber-Tooth Tiger, "Nature's Fearsome Feline," The Vulture "Nature's Cleaners," The Possum "Nature's Spunky Spectacles"Sloth Dancing to Sid's Sing-a-LongSet Top Games- Factoid Meltdown, Scrat's Piranha Smackdown, Sid Soccer Game, Personality Match Game, Vivendi Universal Game Memory Challenge.Silly Sid & John Leguizamo A FeaturetteDVD Rom Content- Link to Website GamesMarketing of Ice Age - Scrat on Family Guy footage, Sid hosting Domination Line upInside Look - Simpsons The MovieCross Promo TrailersDisc 2: Ice AgeFull screen featureCommentary by director Chris Wedge and Co-director Carlos SaldahnaFormat: DVD MOVIE


Studio Foxvideo
SKU 202862783
UPC 024543378037
UPC 14 00024543378037
Format DVD
Release Date 8/7/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Name Romano,Ray
Link Search Link
Cast & Crew
Carlos Saldanha - [Both] Director
Chris Wedge - [1] Director
Denis Leary - [Both] Voice Of
Jack Black - [1] Voice Of
John Leguizamo - [Both] Voice Of
Ray Romano - [Both] Voice Of
Seann William Scott - [2] Voice Of
Nominee (2003) Oscar, Chris Wedge, [1] Best Animated Feature
Review [2] I can't say that I didn't enjoy "Ice Age 2: The Meltdown" because I did. I smiled at most of the jokes, but once again I regretted Ray Romano's lack of vocal variety (Romano is Manny, the mammoth), and the fact that Denis Leary, as Diego the saber-tooth, wasn't given much to do. I mean, if you don't want a smirking, sardonic performance in a major role, don't cast a comic who is known for being smirking and sarcastic to play it...Scrat is essentially soundless, emitting only grunts, gasps, and growls in his pursuit in what appears to be the only acorn BCE. Chuck Jones would have been proud to be Scrat's papa, which, in a way, he was.
Reviewer Doug Bentin
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review [1] Hats off to 20th Century Fox. Through a marketing campaign which can be considered nothing less than astonishing, the studio has managed to convert Ice Age from an adequate (but hardly superlative) example of family entertainment into one of 2002's handful of must-see movies. Put this one alongside Star Wars, Episode II, the 20th James Bond film, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and The Two Towers on the list of movies that seemingly everyone is aware of. The reason is simple: a computer-generated squirrel who has a hard time hiding his acorn.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review [1] "Ice Age" is a pleasure to look at and scarcely less fun as a story. I came to scoff and stayed to smile. I confess the premise did not inspire me: A woolly mammoth, a sabertooth tiger and a sloth team up to rescue a human baby and return it to its parents. Uh, huh. But Peter Ackerman's screenplay is sly and literate, and director Chris Wedge's visual style so distinctive and appealing that the movie seduced me...because of the artwork, the dialogue and the voice-over work by the actors; the filmmakers have all worked together to really see and love these characters, who are not "cartoon animals" but as quirky and individual as human actors, and more engaging than most.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Variety
Review [2] A tad crasser and pushier than its predecessor, "Ice Age: The Meltdown" is still an entirely serviceable follow-up to the 2002 hit that will thoroughly amuse kids and get a rise or two out of parents as well...Style and approach of the sequel are of a piece with the original picture, on which present helmer Carlos Saldanha was co-director (to Chris Wedge, who's now exec producer). Lori Forte remains as producer. New writers Peter Gaulke, Gerry Swallow and Jim Hecht supply plenty of decent jokes that Romano, Leguizamo and Leary deliver with every bit of drollery they can summon, but there's a small new anxiety to please that differentiates the tone somewhat from the first outing. Not that the small fry will notice.
Reviewer Todd McCarthy
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Aspect Ratio 1.33:1, English, Spanish, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Actor Romano,Ray
Label Fox Home Entertainment
Music Format DVD
David Ansen, NewsWeek [1] A clever, pleasingly sentimental tale of prehistoric times.
Desson Thomson, Washington Post [1] ...a cast of charming, funny entertainment at its most bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
Jami Bernard, New York Daily News [2] A good-natured, gag-filled sequel.
Lou Lumenick, New York Post [2] The rare sequel that is better than the original.
Luke Sader, The Hollywood Reporter [2] Raucously fun, fluid follow-up with ecological message.
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly [1] antic and sweet-spirited pleasure.
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