Ice Age/Ice Age 2: Meltdown: 2dvd was £27.99 now £5.99 free Delivery @HMV - HotUKDeals
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With their habitat under threat from flooding caused by the ending of the ice age, ICE AGE 2 sees unlikely friends Manny the woolly mammoth, Diego the sabre-toothed tiger, and Sid the sloth set out on a quest to find a boat that is rumoured to be at the other end of the valley. Also includes ICE AGE.

With their habitat under threat from flooding caused by the ending of the ice age, ICE AGE 2 sees unlikely friends Manny the woolly mammoth, Diego the sabre-toothed tiger, and Sid the sloth set out on a quest to find a boat that is rumoured to be at the other end of the valley. To add even more danger to their perilous mission, two carnivorous prehistoric fish have thawed out from the ice and begin to follow the herd in the rising water. While on their quest, the trio meet possums Crash and Eddie and Ellie the woolly mammoth, who believes that she is a possum. Manny is delighted that he isn't the last of his breed but Manny and Ellie have frequent disagreements. Separately, Scrat remains behind in order to hunt an acorn. The characters in the film go on a journey of self discovery, overcoming their fears and the sense of the unknown on the way. Featuring a superb voice cast including Ray Romano (EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND), John Leguizamo (SPAWN), Denis Leary (SMALL SOLDIERS), and Queen Latifa (TAXI), ICE AGE 2 - THE MELTDOWN is a fabulously animated film that retains the humour of ICE AGE, introduces a number of new characters and gives more screen time to the popular character Scrat, who is continuing on his arduous mission to acquire an acorn. Also includes ICE AGE.
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#1
Not bad, but only 44p cheaper than the next best price. Don't take the RRP as what it actually used to be as well - nowhere ever charges the full RRP, especially online. :)
#2
Two great films for watching with the kids (well that's what I say to the other half). Think I paid c£3.99 a few months back though but still well worth £5.99 in my opinion.
#3
My kids love these, although 2nd one isn't as good as first, voted hot
#4
Yes I'm afraid pre Xmas HMV were £3.99 for the dualpackt. Good fun DVD for all ages still tho!
#5
Was £27.99


When, and where?
#6
thesaint;1788700
When, and where?


On 20th Century Fox's press release, about 2 years ago.
#7
Been waiting for another offer like this after missing the £3.99 one, add heat

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