Movie: Ice Age 4 – Continental Drift

  • Moments with Ice Age 4
    And our son still had the mood to take a pose after watching the movie

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15 Responses

  1. Bee says:

    It’s cool how you and your wife are exposing your son to movies at such an early age. But yeah, one needs to “take advantage” of things while it’s free. :))

  2. Chan says:

    When will it be showing here in PI? I want to watch that, too!

  3. i’d like to watch this movie too.

  4. Dani says:

    How cool! I was 12 when I first saw a cinema. I enjoyed the previous Ice Age movies, and looking forward to this one.

  5. I bet you’ll enjoy this sequel too Dani. 🙂

  6. Chin chin says:

    I haven’t seen a movie for a long-long time and my kids have never watched a movie in the cinema house. But they have watched all Ice Age movies on DVD – the cheaper way to do it.

    • Then why not do it this time Chin? 🙂 You know, to share with them that different feeling inside a cinema house. But if you are willing to wait for the DVD release, would also be fine.

  7. kath says:

    hubby and i are actually thinking of taking our son to a cinema..i think this would be a good movie for his first time 🙂

    • Hi Kath, I would recommend this movie to you all especially to your son. Aside from being a hilarious movie, there is a moral lesson that your son will be getting. 🙂

  8. genefaith says:

    wow I bet the movie’s great specially for kids. week. Looking forward to it. ..if your boy was able to watch it till the end, I bet it’s really great 🙂

  9. irene says:

    It’s ok, a little bit of spoiler will not do harm, it just makes me excited to watch it with my daughter. =)

  10. Pepper Tan says:

    I have yet to see this with my daughter. I’m sure she’ll love it. So will I 🙂

  11. Aileen says:

    Awww…I was able to watch only the first one…lol still a kid at heart. Anyway, I like stories about families and this is a good way of inculcating that value in kids in the way they can understand, through movies, and of course in real life.

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