Ice Age 2 The Meltdown (2006)

Kiss Your Ice Goodbye

Original Title : Ice Age: The Meltdown
Director : Carlos Saldanha
Writer : Gerry Swallow
Peter Gaulke
Peter Gaulke
Jim Hecht
Gerry Swallow
Gerry Swallow
Genre : Animation
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Lori Forte
Music : John Powell
Distributor : Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
MPAA Rating : Rated PG for some mild language and innuendo.
IMDB ID : 0438097
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Ice Age 2 The Meltdown (2006) - Carlos Saldanha


Ray Romano Manny (voice
John Leguizamo Sid (voice
Denis Leary Diego (voice
Seann William Scott Crash (voice
Josh Peck Eddie (voice
Queen Latifah Ellie (voice
Will Arnett Lone Gunslinger Vulture (voice
Jay Leno Fast Tony (voice
Chris Wedge Scrat (voice
Peter Ackerman Dung Beetle Dad (voice
Caitlin Rose Anderson Glypto Boy Billy/Beaver Girl (voice
Connor Anderson Rhino Boy/Beaver Boy (voice
Joseph Bologna Mr. Start (voice
Jack Crocicchia Elk Boy (voice
Peter DeSève Condor Chick (voice
Nicole DeFelice Start Girl (voice
Debi Derryberry Diatryma Mom (voice
Marshall Efron Start Dad (voice
Tom Fahn Stu/Male Ox (voice
Jason Fricchione Molehog Grandpa/Shovelmouth Male (voice
James Edmund Godwin Traffic Vulture (voice
George Jacobs Beaver Dad (voice
Clea Lewis Female Mini Sloth/Dung Beetle Mom (voice
Jansen Panettiere Shovelmouth Boy (voice
Gregory Romano Start Boy 1 (voice
Matthew Romano Start Boy 2 (voice
Stephen Root Aardvark Dad (voice
Carlos Saldanha Dodo (voice
Manoela Scarpa Saldanha Molehog Kid 1 (voice
Sofia Scarpa Saldanha Molehog Kid 2 (voice
Reyna Shaskan Diego's Bird Girl (voice
James Sie Freaky Male (voice
Cindy Slattery Aardvark Mom (voice
Mindy Sterling Female Ox (voice
Alex Sullivan James (voice
Renée Taylor Mrs. Start (voice
Alan Tudyk Cholly (voice
Shane Baumel (voice
Laura Marano Additional Voices (voice
Zack Shada Other Voices (voice


While Skrat the Saber Toothed Squirrel is still ineffectually trying to regain his precious acorn, the misfit trio of Manny the Mammoth, Sid the Sloth and Diego the Sabretooth Tiger have settled down in an isolated valley with numerous other animals. However, the trio discover that the ice wall surrounding the valley is barely holding back a massive body of water behind it and it's melting state threatens to break and flood the valley. With their one chance of survival being a boat at the other end of the valley, the trio follow the desperate exodus there. Along the way, they meet Ellie, a female mammoth who is convinced she's a opossum like her brothers. While the strange group continues the trek, they must learn to get along even as Manny struggles to find some connection to this strange female who may be the only other one of his kind.


Still cool but less solid the second time around, 29 March 2006 Author: blue cheese from Philippines Manny the woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano), Sid the sloth (John Leguizamo), and Diego (Dennis Leary) the saber-toothed tiger embark on yet another journey in "Ice Age: Meltdown, "the sequel from the 2002 blockbuster by Blue Sky Studios and released by 20th Century Fox. This time, ice is melting and a great flood is threatening to drown all animals in the valley in three days, much to the delight of vultures who are keen on having a buffet with the bodies of those who will be unfortunate enough not to outlive it. The only way to survive is to get to an "ark" at the other end of the valley. Along the way, they meet Ellie (Queen Latifah), perhaps the only other mammoth left aside from Manny, but unfortunately, thinks of herself as a possum, with her "brothers" Crash and Eddie (Sean William Scott and Josh Peck... who's who, I don't know because I never got to track their names)."Ice Age: Meltdown" is, first and foremost, the inevitable sequel. And while it is still an enjoyable movie, it's very clearly more, or less (depending on how you would look at it), of the same. It still follows up from the first one, but all in all it feels that there wasn't enough material to hold a full-length movie that the character of Scrat has been given more screen time even if what he does trying to get his acorn doesn't advance the plot at all, albeit helping the film reach barely an hour and a half. While this movie still does manage to amuse from time to time, on the whole the plot feels more obligatory and jokes seem to be a little bit more blunt.That's not to say "Ice Age: Meltdown" is a total waste because it does still have a few aces up its sleeve. Latifah brings a brilliant performance on her character Ellie, as are Scott and Peck on Ellie's two "brothers." And while much of the first two parts of the film lags, it builds up during the climax and from there never lets go. The animation looks quite excellent as well.It still has enough wit and laughs to support it most of the time but it's really much more of a standard film than the first one, and the animation genre in general doesn't reach new levels with this. Still, it's one of the better sequels there is, and it's a cool way to start the summer (in this side of the world, that is).
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