Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Carlos Saldanha
Co-director:
Michael Thurmeier
Produced by Lori Forte
John C. Donkin
Written by Michael Berg
Peter Ackerman
Mike Reiss
Yoni Brenner
Starring Ray Romano
Queen Latifah
Denis Leary
John Leguizamo
Seann William Scott
Josh Peck
Simon Pegg
Music by John Powell
Editing by Harry Hitner
Studio Blue Sky Studios
20th Century Fox Animation
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) July 1, 2009 (2009-07-01)
Running time 94 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $90 million
Box office $886,686,817[1]

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, also known as Ice Age 3, is a 2009 3-D computer animated film. It is the third installment of the Ice Age series, produced by Blue Sky Studios and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film features the voices of Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Queen Latifah, Seann William Scott, Josh Peck, Simon Pegg, and Chris Wedge.

The story has Sid being taken by a female Tyrannosaurus rex after stealing her eggs, leading the rest of the protagonists to rescue him in a tropical lost world inhabited by dinosaurs beneath the ice. Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, Dawn of the Dinosaurs is the fourth highest grossing animated film of all time with $886.7 million worldwide, behind only Toy Story 3 with $1.063 billion, The Lion King with $920.9 million and Shrek 2 with $919.8 million.

Contents

Plot

Ellie (Queen Latifah) and Manny (Ray Romano) are expecting their first child, and Manny is obsessed with making life perfect and safe for the family, since his first experiences as a husband and father went bad when his family was killed by hunters. At the same time, Diego (Denis Leary) finds himself unable to catch a cocky gazelle (Bill Hader) he has been stalking and decides to leave the herd, believing that he is losing his predatory nature as a tiger. Sid (John Leguizamo) grows jealous of Manny and Ellie and "adopts" three apparently abandoned eggs that he finds in an icy underground cavern and call them Eggbert, Shelly, and Yoko. Manny tells him to put them back (saying Sid would never make a good parent, saying, "First sign: Stealing someone else's eggs. Second sign: One of them almost became a omelette"), but Sid instead looks after the eggs, which hatch into baby Tyrannosaurus the next morning.

Although Sid tries his best to raise the three dinosaurs, their rambunctious behavior scares away all the other animals' young and ruins a playground Manny built for Ellie's baby. A female Tyrannosaurus, Momma, whose eggs Sid stole, soon returns and carries both Sid and her young underground, with Diego in pursuit. Manny, Ellie, Crash, and Eddie (Seann William Scott, Josh Peck) follow as well and discover that the icy cavern leads to a vast jungle populated by dinosaurs thought to be extinct. Here, an Ankylosaurus threatens the herd despite Diego's efforts to fend it off; they are saved from a further crowd of angry reptiles by an insane, one-eyed weasel named Buckminster, or Buck (Simon Pegg).

Buck has been living in this jungle for some time and is chasing Rudy, a large albino Baryonyx, with the intention of avenging the loss of his right eye at Rudy's hands. He agrees to lead the herd through the jungle's perils to Lava Falls, where Momma has taken Sid and her babies. At one point, they have to cross the "Chasm of Death" which is filled with gas fumes (a mixture of helium and laughing gas, causing anyone who breathes in it to laugh uncontrollably while speaking in a high-pitched voice). Although the gas is not the actual cause of death, victims usually cannot stop laughing and thus die while trying to cross the chasm. Eventually the group manages to cross the chasm. In the meantime, Sid and Momma try to outdo each other in feeding the offspring; he loses this contest, but is soon welcomed into the family regardless. The next day, however, Sid is separated from the family and attacked by Rudy. Sid is knocked onto a loose rock slab that is floating on a river of lava and about to plummet over the falls.

As the herd moves toward Lava Falls, Ellie goes into labor and a Guanlong pack strikes, causing a rock slide that separates her from Manny and Diego. Manny doubles back to protect her and Diego fends off further attacks, while Buck takes Crash and Eddie ahead to rescue Sid. Just as he goes over the falls, the trio swoops in on a commandeered Pteranodon only to be chased by a flock of Quetzalcoatlus on the way and saves his life. Manny reaches Ellie, and there is suddenly a reaction, the cry of a newborn baby, then he sees that it is a girl. He wants to name her Ellie, or Little Ellie, but Ellie instead names her Peaches after the fruit (and the codeword they had chosen for Ellie to use if she went into labor during the trip). Sid is saddened at the fact that he never had a chance to say goodbye to "his" children as he returns to the herd and learns of Peaches' birth.

As they venture back to the tunnel, they are shocked to discover Rudy lurking inside of the entrance. Rudy exits the tunnel and attacks at full force; Buck lures Rudy away from the group and is nearly eaten himself, before Diego saves him at the last second. Manny, Sid, Diego, and Buck manage to ensnare Rudy and knock him unconscious, but as they begin to leave, Sid trips over one of the ropes and breaks it. Rudy quickly recovers and escapes, and is about to attack Sid when Momma arrives on the scene, charging at Rudy and knocking him off a cliff before roaring her victory. As she and her children wish Sid well, Buck – now without a purpose in life since Rudy is gone – decides to join the herd and live on the surface. However, a distant roar tells him that Rudy is still alive; he changes his mind and sends the herd home, blocking off the path to the underground jungle at the same time, so nobody else can go down there anymore. Manny and Ellie welcome Peaches into their frozen world and admit that Sid did a good job looking after Momma's children (though Manny tells Diego that he will never let Sid babysit Peaches). Diego decides to remain with the herd, while Buck stays where he wants to be: underground, battling it out with Rudy.

Scrat and Scratte

Like the previous Ice Age films, the film opens with the saber-toothed squirrel Scrat (Chris Wedge), who does everything he can to retrieve his precious acorn. This time, he falls in love with his female counterpart Scratte (Karen Disher), with the song "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" by Lou Rawls playing in the background, but an acorn appears instead after the music stops. The two fight over the acorn with Scratte is flung off the ground. As Scrat tries to save her, the two hold onto the acorn and the music starts back. Suddenly, she demonstrates her ability to glide like a flying squirrel, leaving Scrat falling to the ground. The two eventually fall in love after Scrat saves her from falling to her death in the lava river while she is unconscious. He even chooses to focus his attention on her instead of the acorn until the end of the film, when he tires of her finicky nature and reverts to his old ways. The ensuing fight between the couple leads to a volcanic explosion (caused by Scratte, due to slamming the acorn into the ground like Scrat had done before, though he tried to warn her of what would happen if she did) that hurls Scrat and the acorn back to the surface, leaving Scratte trapped underground. However, as Scrat is about to enjoy his acorn, a stray piece of ice falls on him and knocks the acorn back into Scratte's hands. He screams in frustration, having lost both his acorn and Scratte.

Cast

Production

Blue Sky decided to do "more of a what-if adventure" in the third Ice Age installment, titled Ice Age: A New Beginning, "like finding the giant ape in King Kong or a Shangri-la in the middle of snow," and added the dinosaurs to the story. Character designer Peter de Sève welcomed the new plot addition, since he could not think of any other giant mammal to put into the story. The "lost world" approach led to colorful dinosaurs, because "the dinosaurs didn't have to be just brown, and you can take liberties because no one knows what color they were", according to de Sève. Rudy's design was inspired by the Baryonyx because of his crocodile-like look, which de Sève considered even more menacing than the T. rex.[2]

The film was released in RealD Cinema where available. The release sparked some controversy when Fox announced that it would no longer pay to supply 3D glasses to theaters,[3] which led to a number of exhibitors threatening to only show the film in standard 2D projection.[4]

The film's original trailer debuted with the film Horton Hears a Who! on March 14, 2008, then online on April 7, 2008. There are three others that have been released, with the third and fourth (which shows Buck) being the most closely resembling each other. Queen Latifah recorded a cover of the song "Walk the Dinosaur".

Reception

Critical response

The film received mixed reviews from critics. As of December 21, 2010, Rotten Tomatoes reported that 45% of critics gave positive reviews based on 152 reviews with an average score of 5.4/10.[5] Among Rotten Tomatoes' Cream of the Crop, which consists of popular and notable critics from the top newspapers, websites, television, and radio programs, the film holds an overall approval rating of 37% based on 27 reviews.[6] Another review aggregator, Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film an average score of 51% based on 23 reviews.[7]

However, Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half stars out of four claiming that " Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is the best of the three films about our friends in the inter-species herd of plucky prehistoric heroes. And it involves some of the best use of 3-D I've seen in an animated feature." [8] Lou Lumenik of the New York Post awarded the film 3 stars stating that the film is "much more of an emphasis on action in this nicely crafted, fast-paced sequel." [9] Keith Phipps of the A.V. Club graded the film a C+ claiming the sequel "throws its commitment to the era away with movie number three, a ploy sure to anger Ice Age purists everywhere." [10] Carrie Rickey of the Philadelphia Inquirer enjoyed the "film's animation art is Seuss-imaginative", but panned "the flatness of the story and indifferent voicework all the more obvious." [11]

Box-office performance

It stands at $196,573,705 in the U.S.A. and Canada and $690,113,112 overseas, which gives it a worldwide gross of $886,686,817. It is the third highest-grossing film of 2009 worldwide behind Avatar and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the 23rd highest grossing film of all time worldwide and has the fourth-highest gross for an animation movie, behind Toy Story 3 ($1,063.2 million), Shrek 2 ($919.8 million) and The Lion King ($889.3 million).[12] In overseas earnings, the film overtook Finding Nemo to become the highest-grossing animated movie overseas. It also became the highest-grossing animated film worldwide in 2009. The film currently holds the seventh highest overseas gross of all time after Avatar ($2,021.8 million), Titanic ($1,242.4 million), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($937.0 million), Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides ($798.5 million), Transformers: Dark of the Moon ($762.2 million), and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ($742.1 million).[13] It set a worldwide opening weekend record for an animated feature ($218.4 million), a record previously held by The Simpsons Movie ($170.9 million). It marks the second highest-grossing film of 20th Century Fox for 2009 after Avatar and stands as the studio's third largest film of all time behind the latter and Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace ($924.3 million).[14]

It currently holds many records in countries around the world.

United States of America and Canada

The film made $13,791,157 on its opening day in 4,099 theaters.[1] It reached $41,690,382 on its first weekend, marking the least-grossing first weekend for the Ice Age franchise, although it had a Wednesday release and therefore burned off attendance until the weekend.[14] Studio estimates showed it tying the previous week's champion Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but the actual grosses showed Transformers as the victor for that weekend.[15] The film was a box-office success becoming 20th Century Fox's third best 2009 release in the U.S.A. and Canada behind Avatar and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. It is the third-highest-grossing animated feature of 2009 in North America where Up ($293,004,164) and Monsters Vs. Aliens ($198,351,526) predominated. It hardly out-grossed its predecessor, Ice Age: The Meltdown which earned $195,330,621 three years before,[14] but was way behind the two first Ice Age movies in estimated attendance.[16]

Europe (divided into regions according to the United Nations geoscheme for Europe)

  • Eastern Europe

In Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, it had an opening weekend of $16,399,670, marking the sixth largest of all time behind Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides's $26,753,256, Avatar's $19,732,998, Shrek Forever After's $19,655,930, Transformers 3's $16,945,064 and Samiy luchshiy film's $16,484,460. It ultimately earned $44,572,301 also to become the sixth highest-grossing film of all time behind Avatar ($112,964,113), On Stranger Tides ($63,411,665), Shrek 4 ($51,362,770), Transformers 3 ($44,911,501) and Ironiya sudby Prodolzhenie ($50,009,796) and the second-highest-grossing animated film behind Shrek 4.[17] In Hungary, it has grossed $4,101,370 being the highest-grossing animated movie and the third-highest-grossing film on the all-time chart.[18] In Poland, it had a $2,033,761 start during its first weekend and grossed $13,316,123 in total. It is the third best animated movie behind Shrek the Third ($18,014,551) and Shrek Forever After ($17,262,308) and the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time behind Avatar ($26,135,805), Lejdis ($18,484,522), the second and third Shrek sequels and Titanic ($14,078,241).[19] In Slovakia, it earned $2,352,170 landing on the second place of the all-time chart behind Avatar ($2,916,247).[20] In the Czech Republic, it grossed $5,322,866 becoming the highest-grossing animated picture of all time, the second-highest-grossing film of 2009 behind Avatar, and the fifth highest-grossing movie on the all-time chart.[21] In Romania, it opened at $473,049 and ended with $2,318,561 becoming the highest-grossing animated picture in the country and the second highest-grossing movie of all time behind Avatar.[22] In Bulgaria, the film had the largest opening weekend ever ($494,393) and became the second-biggest all-time box-office hit with $1,911,760 behind Avatar ($3,406,100).[23]

  • Northern Europe

In the United Kingdom, Ireland and Malta, it earned $12,474,502 in its opening weekend and ended with £34,872,218 ($56,859,040) to become the 3rd highest-grossing film of 2009 and the highest-grossing animation movie of 2009, edging out Up ($55,413,275).[24] In Finland, it earned $4,971,898 to become the highest-grossing animated movie of all time and it ranks sixth on the all-time chart for all movies.[25] In Norway, it is the highest grossing animated film with $12,597,388 and the fourth highest-grossing film of all time.[26] In Sweden, it made $7,908,996 in total. It is the highest-grossing animation movie of 2009, the third-highest of all time behind Ratatouille ($8,372,846) and Tangled ($8,136,288), while among all 2009 releases it ranks sixth.[27] In Denmark, it edged past the $7 million mark to become the highest-grossing animated film of all time and the seventh highest-grossing movie of 2009.[28] In Estonia, it stands as the highest-grossing film of all time with $1,178,779 and it was the first film to surpass the $1 million mark.[29] In Latvia, it is the second-highest-grossing picture ever (with $820,586) behind Avatar.[30] In Lithuania, it is the highest-grossing animated picture with $1,322,100 and the second-highest-grossing film behind Avatar ($1,391,066). It is the first film that crossed the $1 million mark in this country.[31]

  • Southern Europe

In Spain, it had a $7,563,283 opening and finished its box-office run with $32,142,485. It fell to third place among 2009 releases behind Avatar ($93,868,373) and Up ($37,052,520). It ranks fourth on the list of modern animation movies, after record-breaking Up, Shrek 2 ($34,952,797) and Toy Story 3 ($33,154,762). Also, on the all time chart of this country it ranks tenth.[32] Spain was the only European country where Up out-grossed Ice Age 3. In Portugal and Angola, its earnings reached $5,655,751 making it the second biggest animated picture behind Shrek 4, which made $6,323,776, and the fourth biggest film of all time behind the latter, Avatar ($9,294,777) and Titanic ($5,814,394).[33] In Italy, it earned $43,860,019 to become the best animated picture and the third highest-grossing film of all time behind Avatar ($82,166,713), Titanic ($67,953,353) and Che Bella Giornata ($62,595,481).[34] In Greece, it is currently the highest-grossing animated film having grossed $4,705,076.[35] In Serbia and Montenegro, it grossed $484,944 ranking first among animation films on the all-time chart and it is the fourth-highest-grossing film of all time.[36] In Slovenia, it earned $1,268,299 to become the third-highest-grossing movie of all time behind Avatar and Titanic and the highest-grossing animated film.[37] In Croatia, it earned $726,552 to become the highest-grossing animated film ever in the country and the fourth highest-grossing picture of 2009 behind Avatar ($1,646,183), Fly Me to the Moon ($1,004,708) and Slumdog Millionaire ($800,872).[38]

  • Western Europe

In France and the Maghreb region, it opened with $14,835,220 and to ultimately gross $69,240,468. It is therefore the second-highest-grossing of 2009 behind Avatar, the fourth highest-grossing movie of all time in the territory and the highest-grossing animated film of all time.[39] In Belgium and Luxembourg, it opened with $1,599,339 and became the 8th highest-grossing film in the region with $9,755,324 and the largest animated movie.[40] In the Netherlands, it earned $1,380,911 in its first weekend and finished with $13,453,093, becoming the highest-grossing animation film ever.[41] In Germany, its highest-grossing market after the U.S.A. and Canada, Ice Age 3 earned $16,228,605 in its opening weekend and finished with $82,199,367 trailing only Avatar ($142,184,361), Titanic ($129,974,110) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ($87,481,674) on the all-time chart. It is also the highest-grossing animated film in the country.[42] In Austria, it opened at $2,585,519 marking one of the largest opening weekends and eventually became the highest-grossing animated film and the second-highest-grossing movie of all time behind Avatar.[43]

South America

In Brazil, Ice Age 3 grossed $4,557,572 on its opening weekend and reached $45,373,371 by the end of its run. It is the largest animated box-office hit ever and the fourth highest-grossing film on the all time list, behind Titanic ($70,460,123), Tropa de Elite 2 - O Inimigo Agora É Outro ($62,927,562) and Avatar ($58,218,829).[44] In Argentina, it made $8,069,767 and standing as the 7th highest-grossing animated movie ever, behind Toy Story 3, Shrek 4, Cars 2, Rio, Kung Fu Panda 2 and Tangled.[45] In Chile, Ice Age 3 ($7,125,445) was the highest-grossing animated film of all time until Toy Story 3 surpassed it with a $8,755,357 total.[46] In Colombia, as in Chile, it had the highest gross for an animated movie ever ($8,337,569) but was overtaken by Toy Story 3 ($10,637,930). On the all-time chart it is third behind the latter and Avatar ($13,620,596).[47] In Ecuador, it is also the second-biggest animated film (with $2,448,394) behind Toy Story 3 ($2,463,422) and the third highest-grossing film of all time after the latter and Avatar ($2,688,596).[48] In Peru, it is the highest-grossing animated movie with $4,812,886 and ranks second on the all-time list of highest-grossing movies behind Avatar ($5,236,550).[49] In Uruguay, it is the highest-grossing animation film of all time with $1,001,818 and the third-highest-grossing movie ever behind Titanic ($2,137,938) and Avatar ($1,195,413).[50] In Venezuela, it earned $11,644,527 becoming the only movie that ever grossed more than $10 million in the country and therefore the highest-grossing movie of all time.[51]

Asia

In Hong Kong, it opened with $1,889,597 marking the second-largest opening weekend for an animated feature behind Toy Story 3's $3,239,287 and it eventually grossed $4,191,440 which represents the fourth highest gross for an animated film after Toy Story 3 ($11,502,322), The Incredibles ($4,327,596) and Up ($4,325,709).[52]

Oceania

In Australia, it earned $24,725,499 and fell behind Up (which grossed $25,296,200) to rank second among 2009 animation movies and tenth among all-time animated releases.[53] In New Zealand and Fiji, it grossed $4,024,380 ranking first among 2009 animated films and fourth on the all-time animated-movie-list behind the first and second Shrek sequels and Toy Story 3. Among all 2009 pictures, it ranked fifth.[54]

Home media

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs was released on high-definition Blu-ray Disc and standard DVD in North America on October 27, 2009 and in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2009. Two versions of the DVD exist: a single-disc DVD, and a "Scrat Pack" Double DVD Pack with three Scrat games.

The 3-disc Blu-ray combo pack includes a Blu-ray, the single-disc DVD, and a Digital Copy, as well as an Ice Age digital story book maker, commentary by director Carlos Saldanha, deleted scenes, making-of featurettes, two Scrat shorts, and a how-to-draw Scrat tutorial with the filmmakers.

On September 21, 2010, a 3D DVD was released as a two-disc set, with the first disc being the TrioScopics 3D version and the second disc being the 2D version.

Sequel

A fourth film was announced by Twentieth Century Fox on May 5, 2010 with the tentative title Ice Age: Continental Drift. It is scheduled to be released in 3D on July 13, 2012.[55] Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary and Chris Wedge are expected to reprise their roles as Manny, Ellie, Sid, Diego and Scrat.[56]

Video game

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs.jpg
North American boxart, Wii version
Developer(s) Eurocom
Publisher(s) Activision
Platform(s) Games for Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii, Xbox 360
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s)
Media/distribution Blu-ray Disc, DVD, Wii Optical Disc

The Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs video game from Activision was released on the Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Games for Windows, and Nintendo DS on June 30, 2009. A demo was made available in the Xbox Live Marketplace on June 15, 2009.[58] The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte and Buck as they take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll eggs to safety, chase for their beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles.

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