The Croods (2013)

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The Croods Release Date
March 22, 2013
The Croods Synopsis
A comedy adventure that takes us back to the beginning - to a previously undiscovered era known as the Croodacious - a time when Mother Nature was still experimenting and the flora and fauna we know today hasn't evolved yet.
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Starring: Emma Stone, Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, and Catherine Keener
Directed by: Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders
Produced by: Kristine Belson and Jane Hartwell
MPAA Rating: [ PG ]
Distributor: DreamWorks
Release Date:  March 22, 2013
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19 Films Are Being Considered For 2013's Best Animated Feature Academy Award 19 Films Are Being Considered For 2013's Best Animated Feature Academy Award
To be expected, the foreign films are the meatier bits, and the clear frontrunner to me is Hayao Miyazakiís historical fantasy The Wind Rises - even though I havenít seen it yet. Itís the last film for the legendary director, whose Spirited Away took the prize back in 2001.
by Nick Venable November 5, 2013 discussion comments
This Week In Home Entertainment: The Little Mermaid, The Croods And More This Week In Home Entertainment: The Little Mermaid, The Croods And More
This week we have some classics on Blu-ray like The Little Mermaid and The Wizard of Oz, but we have some newbies, like The Croods and This is the End, as well.
by Jessica Rawden October 1, 2013 discussion comments
The Croods Sequel Moving Forward At DreamWorks Animation The Croods Sequel Moving Forward At DreamWorks Animation
The Croods did well at the box office, posting $144 million in domestic ticket sales plus an additional $242 million overseas. Those are solid numbers for an animated franchise that had no recognition from familiar characters prior to release.
by Sean O'Connell April 19, 2013 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: 42 Hits A Homerun, Scary Movie 5 Strikes Out Weekend Box Office: 42 Hits A Homerun, Scary Movie 5 Strikes Out
No one really wanted Scary Movie 5. Seven years ago audiences turned out to give Scary Movie 4, what easily should have been the last one, a decent send off with a very respectable $40 million opening and a domestic total of $90 million. But some folks don't know when to let it go and audiences showed just how last decade the franshise is.
by Scott Gwin April 14, 2013 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: Olympus Falls To The Croods As Admission Faces Rejection Weekend Box Office: Olympus Falls To The Croods As Admission Faces Rejection
Perhaps looking to follow up on their success with the Ice Age series of movies, Fox released the highly mediocre but also highly franchisable The Croods this weekend. The reception in theaters wasn't record breaking, but it was enough to give the movie a solid Spring Break number one debut, leaving star studded Olympus Has Fallen in the dust.
by Scott Gwin March 24, 2013 discussion comments
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives to G.I. Joe, Admission, And The Croods Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives to G.I. Joe, Admission, And The Croods
Looking to G.I. Joe: Retaliation, The Croods, and Admission for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of military action flicks, animated adventures for kids, and rights of passage comedies for grown-ups.
by Kristy Puchko March 24, 2013 discussion comments
The Croods And Surprisingly Big Olympus Has Fallen Dominate Friday Box Office The Croods And Surprisingly Big Olympus Has Fallen Dominate Friday Box Office
Though there are pretty much no guarantees at the box office-- studios will pump hundreds of millions of dollars into films that seem like sure things and go on to be bombs-- it's hard to go wrong with an animated children's film around the season of spring break. DreamWorks Animation, which needed a hit after last fall's disappointing Rise of the Guardians , scored another this weekend with The Croods, which made $11.6 million on Friday and is on track for a $42 million weekend
by Katey Rich March 23, 2013 discussion comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Admission, Olympus Has Fallen And The Croods Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Admission, Olympus Has Fallen And The Croods Reviews
Three movies on the slate this week and a little something for everyone. Tina Fey helps us get to college, Gerard Butler protects the President and the Croods explore the outside world
by Doug Norrie March 17, 2013 discussion comments
The Croods New Clip Showcases Young Love And Bird Puppets The Croods New Clip Showcases Young Love And Bird Puppets
The Berlin International Film Festival came to a close on Saturday, after showcasing foreign films seem to be of a higher caliber than the popcorn munching moneymakers that American companies are producing and distributing. But right now we want to focus on a Berlin movie that finally stars Nicolas Cage as a caveman. Let us rejoice
by Nick Venable February 17, 2013 discussion comments
The Croods Sneak Peek Has An Important Lesson About Fire Safety The Croods Sneak Peek Has An Important Lesson About Fire Safety
Because of their own previous experiences with fire, parents have no trouble warning their children of the element's dangers. Sure it's pretty and warm, but getting too close to it and handling it inappropriately can mean disaster. This knowledge has been passed on from generation to generation - which explains why our societies aren't just burning cinders.
by Eric Eisenberg January 16, 2013 discussion comments
Back To The Camera Posters Are The Trend For 2013 Back To The Camera Posters Are The Trend For 2013
It would seem that movie-goers donít want our stars looking us in the eye anymore. We just want it quick, dirty, and, most importantly, from behind. Donít believe me? Well, letís do some quick mental time travel...
by Eric Eisenberg December 24, 2012 discussion comments
The Croods Motion Poster Has Cavemen Scrambling The Croods Motion Poster Has Cavemen Scrambling
It's been a year of ups and downs for DreamWorks Animation. This summer saw the release of Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, which received a warm reception from critics and took in an impressive $724 million worldwide. Then with the cold weather came Rise of the Guardians, which despite charming critics received the cold shoulder from audiences.
by Kristy Puchko December 20, 2012 discussion comments
New Croods Trailer Sends Caveman Family On Prehistoric Road Trip New Croods Trailer Sends Caveman Family On Prehistoric Road Trip
Thatís Emma Stone voicing Eep, the teenaged daughter of a prehistoric family whoís tired of living under the thumb of her overprotective father (Nicolas Cage). The clan has been living in isolation for too long when, after their cave is damaged, their eyes are open to a vivid new world thatís populated by a mop-topped stranger (Ryan Reynolds) whoís predicting the end of the world.
by Sean O'Connell December 5, 2012 discussion comments
Nic Cage Scolds Emma Stone In The Croods Trailer Nic Cage Scolds Emma Stone In The Croods Trailer
For better or worse, the family road trip is an institution that is as old as time. So, it's fitting that The Croods, the latest animated adventure from DreamWorks, goes back to the land before time to tell the tale of a family of Neanderthals forced to leave the comfort of their cramped but safe cave behind and set forth to places unknown!
by Kristy Puchko October 3, 2012 discussion comments
New Poster For DreamWorks' The Croods Shows The Start Of A Family's Adventure New Poster For DreamWorks' The Croods Shows The Start Of A Family's Adventure
This November, some legendary characters will unite in Rise of the Guardians, and then, come March, DreamWorks' other upcoming animated film The Croods will make its way into theaters. A new poster for the animated comedy adventure has made its way online. It gives us a look at this cave-family as they prepare to embark on an adventure.
by Kelly West September 27, 2012 discussion comments
DreamWorks Has Much More Than Sequels And Spin-offs Coming Up DreamWorks Has Much More Than Sequels And Spin-offs Coming Up
DreamWorks production slate through the summer of 2016, and in the mix there's How to Train Your Dragon 2, How to Train Your Dragon 3, Kung Fu Panda 3 and the inevitable spin-off The Penguins of Madagascar. However, there are also a slew of new titles making their way through DreamWorks development.
by Kristy Puchko September 10, 2012 discussion comments
Rise Of The Guardians And The Croods Teased At DreamWorks Animation's Comic Con Panel Rise Of The Guardians And The Croods Teased At DreamWorks Animation's Comic Con Panel
While 80 percent of Comic Con attendees poured into Hall H for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two panel, DreamWorks Animation set up shop in the Indigo Ballroom Thursday morning to showcase the animated team-up thriller Rise of the Guardians and the caveman adventure The Croods.
by Sean O'Connell July 12, 2012 discussion comments
Nic Cage And Ryan Reynolds Playing Cavemen Nic Cage And Ryan Reynolds Playing Cavemen
Nic Cage has played a lot of different characters in his career, but Iíve never really thought of him as the caveman type. Isnít that why Brendan Fraser is allowed to keep working? You know, just so we have him in case we need a Cro-Magnon man
by Josh Tyler February 25, 2010 discussion comments
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