Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Review.......Must See!!

Tonight we went to see the new movie Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in 3-D. I have to say, I give it a big "Way to Go!"

I have a 2 year old, so sometimes it is hard to hold his attention at the movies. Well, this was not the case today! I even got to hear my little guy laugh out loud as Scrat the Squirrel continues his love affair with his beloved acorn. (and possibly a foxy looking little thing that also loves acorns...)

It has romance, humor, action, adventure and a little bit of everything you need for all ages. (I think my 5 mo old even watched for a second :)) The newest character to make his debut to the big screen is a Weasel named Buck! He is a crack up, literally... He is a crazy, but very funny, patch-wearing, knife-carrying misfit that helps in the packs newest adventure. (Something to do with dinosaurs, thus the name.) Of course, all the rest of the usual pack are back as well, including the troublesome twosome Eddie and Crash. (The Possums)

If you are looking for a good family movie for the 4th of July, you won't want to miss this one! I think it is by far the best of the Ice Age movies yet.....

FYI-While the 3-D was fun to watch, I feel the movie would be just as good without it. If you want to save the $3.50 in eye wear, don't feel bad!

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