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December 28, 2020

Review: The Croods: A New Age

We were fortunate to get a rental code to watch The Croods: A New Age. 


Synopsis: The Croods have survived their fair share of dangers and disasters, from fanged prehistoric beasts to surviving the end of the world, but now they will face their biggest challenge of all: another family.

The Croods stumbled upon the home of the Bettermans. The Bettermans had a shower, elevator, lots of food, and even privacy. Being new to all of these "luxuries," the Bettermans felt the Croods were undeserving of them.

A series of events took place that created tension between the two families, until they realized they had to work together to save Guy, Phil, and Grug from a Spiny Mandrilla - a huge monkey-like creature.

There were many parts of the movie that my son kept giggling at.  One part was when Phil, Grug, and Guy were kidnapped by Punch Monkeys, and Phil and Grug had to battle each other.

Another of my son's favorite parts was when the Thunder Sisters were given new tribe names. Everyone got a cool name, except for Thunk, who was given "Thunk."

The Croods: A New Age was full of colorful, animated scenes, as well as thoughtful lessons, such as not to be afraid to let your kids explore and experience all the ups and downs of life; don't judge someone by what they have or don't have; accept people for who they are.

 

The Croods: A New Age is On Demand.


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