Watch The Croods Movie online Streaming Free in HDThe Croods tells the story of the world's first family road trip. When their cave is destroyed, the Crood family must embark on a comedy adventure into strange and spectacular territory in search of a new home. As if patriarch Grug (Cage) didn't already have enough to handle, it goes from bad to worse when they encounter an imaginative nomad named Guy (Reynolds.) With Guy's help the Croods conquer their fear of the outside world and discover that they have exactly what it takes to survive - each other.(c) Paramount. You can watch The Croods movie online streaming without downloading or paying anything HERE
Release Date The Croods Mar 22, 2013 Wide
|Genres The Croods : Action & Adventure,Animation,Kids & Family,Comedy|
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The Croods Movie Actor
|Nicolas Cage,Emma Stone,Ryan Reynolds,Catherine Keener,Cloris Leachman,Clark Duke,Randy Thom,Chris Sanders (III)|
|All Critical Rating For The Croods Movie : 6.5|
|All Critical Percentage For The Croods Movie : 68 %|
|All Critics Count For The Croods Movie : 126|
|Total Vote User The Croods Movie: Visitor|
|User Rating The Croods Movie : 4.1|
|User Percentage For The Croods Movie : 84 %|
|User Count Like for The Croods Movie : 46,674|
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|It captures the wonder (and more gently, the anxiety) of discovery time and time again. And the filmmakers have a hoot playing with the Croods' encounters with, as well as their misunderstandings of, all things new. |
Lisa Kennedy-Denver Post
As family viewing, it's pleasant enough: primitive, yes, but in a digitally sophisticated way that's boisterous, funny and will no doubt sell a lot of toys.
The animation is first-rate, with moments of genuine visual imagination, and the story, while unremarkable, is entirely adequate.
Christopher Orr-The Atlantic
How to Train Your Dragon" and "Lilo & Stitch" are completely indicative of the experience you'll have with "The Croods," which is to say a supremely positive one.
It may not be an instant animated classic, but it's a charmer that will leave the kids ... feeling warm and fuzzy ...
Kate Erbland-MSN Movies
A film which, if not truly sophisticated, isn't nearly as crude as advertised.
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger
It's a lot better than some of the titles aimed at tykes, but anyone older than 10 may be hard pressed to find anything of value here outside of engaging eye candy.
Bill Gibron-Film Racket
As well as being pacy, energetically animated and stuffed full of modern-day references, The Croods also casts off any lingering doubt that DreamWorks is moving into the character-driven domain normally dominated by Pixar.
The Croods is simple enough in its story and structure that its emotional honesty and touching message will catch you quite off-guard.
Tim Martain-The Mercury
This is a very nice little family film with excellent visuals and interesting characters.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
The voices have also been well chosen and you're likely to enjoy the entertaining squabbles between Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds.
Matthew Toomey-ABC Radio Brisbane
You won't learn anything about life 100,000 years ago, but you may enjoy yourself.
Matt Neal-The Standard
Energetic slapstick, aimed at indiscriminating youngsters who will want to buy lots of Crood toys.
Susan Granger-SSG Syndicate
It's not only entertaining, it's pretty darn visually impressive. On occasion, it's even rather touching.
Ken Hanke-Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
No wonder it's doing so well at the box office.
An impressive, colorful, imaginatively-designed cartoon adventure, rather spoiled by being shackled to a deeply perfunctory story.
Tim Brayton-Antagony & Ecstasy
A witty and slapstick-laced script by writers-directors Chris Sanders and Kirk De Micco, some flawless 3-D work and solid character and beautiful background animation combine for an entertaining 92 minutes.
Bob Bloom-Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)
Dreamworks have done far more than simply dust off The Flintstones 2.0; The Croods may not yet be a household name, but with their personal brand of buffoonery and heart, you'll be wanting an introduction.
Alice Tynan-The Vine
This is pure DreamWorks magic.
The Croods tells a pleasant story about family, the utility of man, and letting go -- all of which I will demonstrate in review with caveman-speak.
Brent Simon-Shared Darkness
It's the Ice Age that isn't terrible and Cage, as the voice of papa caveman Grug, delivers his most interesting, energized, mainstream performance since... well, since I forget.
The humor's classic or prehistoric, depending on your tolerance for slapstick. The 3D animation is state of the art. And the life lessons are all too wearily contemporary.
John Beifuss-Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
The Croods isn't particularly smart, but it has just enough wit to keep us engaged and just enough speed to keep us from feeling restless.
"The Croods" is a touching animated film that not only entertains, but also delivers a sweet message about families and how change can be a good thing.
There's something depressing about the fact that The Croods could probably be watched by an audience anywhere in the world without subtitles and they wouldn't miss a thing.
Jeff Meyers-Metro Times (Detroit, MI)