Fri Feb 22, 2013, 7:27 PM
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Has anyone seen the trailer for one of Dreamwork's new films, "The Croods"?
I'm not so sure about the movie story-wise, but I think 75% of the movie's purpose is to show Chris Sanders' (THE Chris Sanders behind "Lilo and Stitch" and "How To Train Your Dragon" ) ideas for hybrid animals.
Like Belt the gibbon-sloth, of course www.amctheatres.com/movie-news…
The Owl Bear (that's a dead give away) www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=…
the Crocowolf (which Eep's brother Thug adopts and named "Douglas" ) t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:AN…
The Mouseaphant (very cute mouse/elephant hybrid^^ )
The Bearpear (looks a lot like Mort from "Madagascar" )
The Punch Monkeys
and the Giant rainbow Tiger (which looks like a Neopet)
Another good thing so far, there are no girls that want to see the movie just because of Guy (Eep's love-interest), but they want to see it just for the cute creature designs.
And that's been a long time since I've heard it since "How To Train Your Dragon."
what also interesting is that this is the first film to be done along sixde twentieth century Fox. though Im still trying to figure out what they do with it in the first place just liek paramount was when they were with Dreamworks. can someone explain what their position is with Dreamworks?
The animals look neat, but the actual movie looks pretty bad to me. Eep looks like a combination of Fiona from "Shrek" and Merida from "Brave", and I could tell that Guy was going to be her love interest from the moment I first saw him in the trailer.
I kinds like the giddon-sloth. :3
I also wonder what the food-animal hybrids in Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 will look like. A trailer is supposed to come out in a few days, though.
I sort of have mixed feelings about seeing it...
Sorry, I'm not interested in seeing this movie.
I'm not highly interested in it either.
This movie probably would be like another Ice Age because it takes place in the very early Cenozoic Era of early man and prehistoric mammals. Also, the movie is co-distributed by 20th Century Fox, the major movie studio that distributed the Ice Age movies. The Croods would be the first DreamWorks Animation movie to be co-distributed by Fox, instead of Paramount Pictures.