Ice Age: Continental Drift
Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, and a whole bunch of others.
Premise: Can a sudden split of continents and iceberg-sailing pirates separate a mammoth family?
So I basically had to review this because, you know, continental drift (not to be confused with plate tectonics).
There’s very little science in this film, but it did, at least, get the internal structure of the Earth kinda-sorta right. Of course, modern plate tectonics did not arise when Scrat found himself at the Earth’s core trying to get his hands on an acorn… Or maybe they did.
Now there’s another creation myth for you. A good one. For geologists only.
Apart from the title, and that little bit at the beginning with Scrat and the Earth’s inner core, there was little here to do with Wegener’s hypothesis of Continental Drift, or it’s modern counterpart, the Theory of Plate Tectonics.
But it was enjoyable.