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Film Review - The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild


After enjoying some amazing box office returns for most of the “Ice Age” sequels, the last chapter, 2016’s “Ice Age: Collision Course,” couldn’t find its audience, or perhaps the audience was done with the series, which managed to crank out five features highlighting the strange survival games of prehistoric animals and their adventure across a rapidly shifting globe. Blue Sky Animation invested in the brand name, which offered big profits to support the company, but Blue Sky is no more, with Disney handing the keys to Bardel Entertainment (the team behind the recent “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” animated movie), ordering a less expensive version of “Ice Age” for a younger audience. With budget animation and 90% of the original voice cast gone, “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild” isn’t exactly out to delight longtime fans of the franchise, with the spin-off more of a babysitter than a blockbuster, returning to the world of the second sequel, 2009’s “Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” to get some minor league slapstick going. Read the rest at


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