- 1hr 29m
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Hilarious! Love all the references to modern idioms (best thing since sliced bread, invention of the wheel, etc). More people should be seeing this!
Not their best work, but just geared more towards children thid time around. Overall fun family movie
While the film is deliberately crude in some respects — Park once described his aesthetic as making sure that, no matter how carefully sculpted his clay figures were, he always left the thumbprints showing — it’s fastidiously detailed in others, dancing between broad humor and subtle, almost subliminal gags as it plays out the conflict between Neanderthals and their evolutionary successors.
No matter when the action is set, some things never change in Park’s world. Nor should they.
The laughs are split between deft sight gags and set pieces, and goofy word play.
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Movie Info & Cast
- Tom Hiddleston
- Eddie Redmayne
- Maisie Williams
- Timothy Spall
- Richard Ayoade
- Nick Park
- Mark Williams
- Miriam Margolyes
- Rob Brydon
- Johnny Vegas
Did You Know?
- This will mark the first feature film that Nick Park will have directed by himself. On Chicken Run (2000) and The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005), he directed alongside Peter Lord and Steve Box respectively.
- The first scene takes place in the Pleistocene, but two dinosaurs are present. The last non-avian dinosaurs died 65 million years before that time.
- Lord Nooth: The age of stone is over. Long live the age of bronze.