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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is really cool! I've watched it and I laughed all the way from the beginning to end. Just like the previous Ice Age
movies, the adventure is full of fun. The movie will take you in the world of animals that behave like humans. Emotions...sarcasm...jokes...fun! Problem arises but was conquered by being together as friends. I guess, if we just imitate these "animals", the world would have been a better place.

Interesting things to look at:
-New friends (Buck, Scratte & Mommy Dinosaur and her babies)
-Ellie and Manfred will have their first baby.
-The world beneath the layers of ice.

I am an ever loyal fan of cartoon movies. Though far from reality, they convey lessons worthwhile to ponder at. Some of my favorites are the following:

1. Finding Nemo
-Learn a lot of lesson about parenthood...being balance regarding the freedom the children should have.


2. Ice Age series
- Friends are great assets...no matter who they are...It's kinda funny to think about the friendship between a mammoth, a sloth, and a saber tooth cat. Though different from each other, they developed friendship that keeps getting stronger as they cling with each other during difficult times.

3. Shrek series
- I really love the realistic lessons we can get from this movie. Shrek tells us the reality...that fairy tales are not only for the handsome and the beautiful. Looks are important but is of no value compared to what is in the heart.

Cool! Very Cool! Enjoy the movie...fantastic!
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  1. hey dude im back...well i think your in the other side of this world...your in the other nature of this realm...get it?...majority of people blogging,posting, social network active etc...is in the ABSOLUTE FREEDOM OF SPEECH(if that what you want to call it)as well as myself...in the generaly accepted nature which is where we are,-is not too sensitive about what others want to say...we dont care too much of what other thinks...this is how its gonna play!dont wonder or try to question it you know...just do what you want to do,say what you want to say...well in your arguments about freedom of speech and opinions of others i know people like you really exist but i never encounter anyone before...i respect what you believe...i just want you to be aware of the natures of this world...no offence dude...im sorry bout my comments in your past blogs...





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