Lambcast #560 The Croods: A New Age

by Richard Kirkham · December 2, 2020 · LAMBcast, New Release · No Comments

New Films are the theme of the late November/early December period on the Lamb, and this one is the spearhead for the holiday season. It has taken seven years to get a followup to Dreamworks “The Croods” , but the main voice cast is back for another trip to prehistoric times.  Our sleep pile this week is thinner, but it is pretty warm to the subject.

 

Come join Richard as he and Amanda, Rachel and newcomer Jeffery, talk about an animated feature that is aimed at the family audience but also is trying to rescue cinemas during the Covid Holiday Season of 2020. There are assorted  critters and parodies designed to fill your movie going heart, see if the four of us thought that the creators of “Croods 2” think they accomplished their goals. 

No game this week, but there were some Rants, Raves and Reviews that you might also enjoy.

Introductions

The Croods: A New Age  Discussion 3:42

Spoiler section of the Discussion  24:30

Lambscores for the “New Age”  41:20

Rants, Raves and Reviews 44:30

 

Lyles Movie Files,   Podcast,

Rachel’s Reviews 

Hollywood Consumer 

Kirkham A Movie A Day

The show can be found, of course, via iTunes – just do a search for “LAMBcast.” Also, I always post a link to the show on the LAMBcast’s Facebook page, and there’s a player there if you’d like to listen online. Find the show here:

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/lambcast/episodes/2020-12-02T09_43_24-08_00

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