Not long ago I reviewed any movies for kids and more, and it''s for this reason that for a long time I have not been on any. This changed recently when the whole family went to the cinema to watch the fourth "Ice Age". In my opinion, the latest in the series is as good as number one and two, and much better than the three that I rather liked the. I liked this film, especially in the cultural establishment. They are very diverse. Most of the reviewers in this context, attention has chiefly on traditional inclusions in this series of squirrel, this time in the fall contradictory answers to the questions bothering scientists for a long time: how the continents formed and how she died Atlantis? But I think the important references to the pillars of Western civilization: the Bible (the prophet Jonah in the belly of a whale) and mythology (deceiving seamen sirens of Homer''s Odyssey). With such references a seemingly trivial film is part of a centuries-old code of civilization and is involved in the formation of successive generations of civilization. Interesting are also references to pop culture ("Pirates of the Caribbean", etc.) and quasiphilosophical discussion on the differences between the pack of a herd. In general, film can be recommended to all, especially parents with children, even small ones. My three year old on it felt good.