This Rotten Week: Predicting Admission, Olympus Has Fallen And The Croods Reviews
Eep lives in a cave which she sees as overly confining and stagnating. Growing up in a place devoid of cultural influence, light, innovation, artistic sensibility and originality is tough. I should know, having spent most of my life in the suburbs. Itís no wonder the girl wants out. The suburbs and caves are no way to spend your life.
The Croods is DreamWorks Animationís newest offering, telling the story of a family whoíve lived their whole lives in the dark before the walls around them, literally, come crashing down revealing the world beyond. The studio has such a strong track record and this flick will probably fall right in line with the DreamWorks resume. After twenty five movies, their average score is 72% and the median is 74%. Through seven reviews, The Croods sits at 71%. See what I mean?
Directed by Chris Sanders (DreamWorks darling How to Train Your Dragon-98%) and Kirk De Micco (Academy Award Best Picture Nominee - Space Chimps-34%), The Croods tells the story of cavemen who set about seeing the world for the first time. It appears endearing enough and the animation looks like what weíve come to expect from the studio. Itíll slot right in with the rest of the DreamWorks output. The Rotten Watch for The Croods is
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