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Don’t get me wrong, The Croodsisn’t substandard animation. On the contrary, some of its wizardry, justifying the effort to wear those burdensome 3D glasses, is spellbinding and immersive -- whether its the embers blowing in graceful slow motion or minute specks of dust imbuing the atmosphere after a seismic outburst or dandelions dispersing their seeds.Except that the makers could have played a lot more adventurously with the imagery of its figmental history. But The Croods would rather concentrate on the wonderment of discovery. As the overprotective head of his feisty, spunky family -- Ugga (Catherine Keener), the kind, understanding wife, Gran (Cloris Leachman), his quirky mother-in-law whom he quite openly waits to die, Thunk (Clark Duke), the dim-witted, chubby son, Sandy (Randy Thom), the hyper, hungry baby and Eep, the rebellious teen daughter -- Grug likes to believe he’s in charge with his bizarre tricks, brutal bedtime stories, which oppose anything that’s not routine and a staunch motto -- Never Not Be Afraid.
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Despite the stiffness of his conduct, there is no scarcity of exuberance in The Croods. Both he and his spirited kin approach hunting of a giant egg for breakfast like a game of American football. The snappy pace of their actions, bolstered by an impressively agile camerawork, kicks in the velocity to produce a breathtaking sequence.
Considering theirs is the only family that’s survived the ordeal of transition and climatic/natural threats, as revealed in a droll foreword by Eep, Grug is made out to be way more unreasonable than he really is.Perhaps it’s got something to do with his humourless disposition -- a personality trait that is significantly challenged after Eep introduces him and the rest to Guy (Ryan Reynolds), a slightly more evolved specimen of the human race who introduces them to alien concepts like fire, shoes, pets and an attainable paradise named ‘Tomorrow’ even as they bump into one intriguing creature (resembling giant plush toys) after another.
Grug’s reputation as a leader takes a beating after his entire family warms up to Guy’s know-it-all ways and The Croods, at this point, begins to resemble another DreamWorks creation, Over The Hedge.
While it’s not hard to predict what this will lead to, Croods does have a few surprises in store.
Can’t say the character model is too unique what with Grug resembling Shrek’s human form and everyone else bearing a similar countenance tweaked in size with different hairstyles. The star voices of Nicholas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and director Sanders as Guy’s pet Sloth Belt (belting a hilarious da da daaaaaa on cue), however, more than ensure this talkative family flick generates a steady downpour of excitement.
While Cage allows his droopy tone lend Grug a sense of fumbling disciplinarian and underdog daddy, Reynolds’ Guy shows off his yowling range. But it’s the beautiful Emma Stone who steals the show with her flawlessly expressed disgust, angst, infatuation and tenderness.
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