Ice Age: Collision Course is the fifth animated movie in the Ice Age series. This time around, the gang must stop an asteroid from destroying the Ice Age. If you’ve seen any of the Ice Age films, you can easily guess how the story will end. I thought Ice Age: Collision Course was entertaining. My kids loved it too and thought it was very funny (especially the Scrat: Spaced Out and Scratasia featurettes). BTW, I think many parents can relate to the secondary storyline involving the relationship between a father and his daughter. Ice Age: Collision Course is available now on Digital HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD. Continue reading to learn five things about PR-rated Ice Age: Collision Course.
Hello, dads and moms. A massive storm is hitting our area today. According to the weather service, we can expect a ton of rain and wind gusts over 50 mph. I think I’ll stay indoors. I have two winner announcements on my dad blog today. But first, below are the current and upcoming giveaways on my dad blog.
- Chipex Giveaway (ends November 1st)
- Little Pony Giveaway (coming soon)
- Nine Lives Blu-ray Giveaway (coming soon)
New Blu-rays and DVDs this week include Ghostbusters (Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig), The Legend of Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård), Ice Age: Collision Course (giveaway), The Infiltrator (Bryan Cranston, Diane Kruger), and Blood Father (Mel Gibson). Guess who I’m going to call this week? Ghostbusters! Legend of Tarzan and Ice Age are also at the top of my list. Continue reading for a summary of the new Blu-rays and DVDs for this week.
My kids can’t wait to see Ice Age: Collision Course. Thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, I’m giving away the new Ice Age Blu-ray on my dad blog. We’re fans of the series. Our favorite character is Scrat. He always makes us laugh. We have not seen the movie yet, but from what I hear, Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn accidentally triggers cosmic events that threaten the Ice Age world. Ice Age: Collision Course is available now on Digital HD, and will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on October 11th. Continue reading to find out how to survive a Scrat-tastrophe.
The Secret Life of Pets has finally been dethroned at the box office. Over the weekend, Star Trek Beyond opened in first place with $59.3 million. The Secret Life of Pets dropped to second place by grossing another $29.6 million. Lights Out opened in third place with $21.7 million. Ice Age: Collision Course opened to a disappointing fourth place with $21.4 million. Continue reading to see the box office take for last weekend.
Star Trek Beyond (Chris Pine) and Ice Age: Collision Course (animated) are the big new movies opening this weekend. Other new films this weekend include Lights Out (Maria Bello), Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (Jennifer Saunders), Don’t Think Twice (Keegan-Michael Key), and Summertime (Cécile De France). Continue reading for summaries and trailers of the new films for this weekend.