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Ice Age turns 15 so we look back at Ice Age's coolest moments!


Are you ready to feel old? The very first Ice Age movie was released in the UK 15 years ago today! To celebrate our favourite prehistoric posse's birthday, we thought we'd pick out our five favourite Ice Age movie moments for your reading (and viewing) pleasure!

A mammal that cares

Imposing mammoth Manny (Ray Romano) and rodent-in-need-of-hygiene Sid (John Leguizamo) come up against two not-quite-rhinos in this amusing clip from the first movie, released way back in 2002. Yes, really!

The Sid Shuffle

OK, this isn't strictly a clip from the movies but it does show how massive Ice Age is across the globe. Watch as people from a host of different countries try out Sid's epic dance moves – it has to be seen to be believed.

Saving Shira

The fourth movie in the series, Continental Drift saw the planet going through some dramatic changes with our loveable heroes caught right in the middle. Even more importantly, razor-toothed Diego (Denis Leary) met his match in the form of Shira (Jennifer Lopez) – and in this clip, he bravely rescues her from the icy water. Awww!

Peaches falls in love

Manny's teenage daughter must grapple with her feelings for the boy – err, mammoth – next door in this sweet scene. The character is voiced by Scream Queens actress Keke Palmer.

Scrat in pursuit!

One cannot have an Ice Age list without the movie's most popular character, acorn-hunting Scrat – but choosing his best moments is a tall order. So we've cheated and opted for this compilation video that sticks all his scenes from the first three movies together. Hey, who's complaining?

What's your favourite moment from the Ice Age movies? Tell us on Twitter - @Cineworld! And if you're looking for more animated fun in your life, don't forget Smurfs: The Lost Village and Boss Baby are heading to Cineworld very soon!