All About “The Croods”
The Croods lived a very restricted life, where anything new was bad. This family, till now is restricted to cave; the only reason for which they will come out, is food. Yes, they are prehistoric (The Croodaceous) humans and the only survivors in their locality; thanks to the hero of the family, “Grug” (Nicolas Cage). But the climate is changing; they are required to do something new for their survival.
Distributed by 20th Century Fox, “The Croods” takes us one step ahead of popular saying, that “Necessity is the mother of invention”. This is a story of an over-protective father, who loves his family but hates curiosity; according to him exploring anything new is a threat to their survival. And why not it would be?? They are alive due to this idea only. Directed by Kirk DeMicco and Chris Sanders, this movie is narrated by Eep (Emma Stone), who is the only curious member in the family of five. Croods were spending a boring life of cave since years, until a boy with innovative ideas who they called “Guy” (Ryan Reynolds) came in their life. The Guy made them to explore the world which they never even imagined. Will Grug ever accept Guy in his family? That’s the climax of the movie.
“The Croods”, is all about new ideas that should come time to time to make life an exciting experience; in the movie, they should come, in order to survive. Those who use to kill and eat animals, learns to keep them as a pet.
The croods is a good family entertainer that gives a new message. Locations and characters (including other family members of Croods, Ugga (Catherine Keener), Sandy, Thunk (Clark Duke) and Gran (Cloris Leachman)) are designed well. Voice of Nicolus cage suits Grug. Editing is done well, story is strong. Movie starts of well and ends off well. Background score is nice, comedy is carried out well.
The only downside I noticed the character of Grug’s younger daughter “Sandy” who is represented as semi-animal. She is cruel, wild and walks on four legs.
Released on 22nd March 2013 with a running time of 98 minutes, this movie earned more than $585 million.
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