Early Man (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Early Man (2018) 1080p

Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of Dug, along with sidekick Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy Lord Nooth and his Bronze Age City to save their home.

IMDB: 6.25 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Adventure
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.36G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 146 / 939

The Synopsis for Early Man (2018) 1080p

Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of Dug, along with sidekick Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy Lord Nooth and his Bronze Age City to save their home.


The Director and Players for Early Man (2018) 1080p

[Director]Nick Park
[Role:]Eddie Redmayne
[Role:]Tom Hiddleston
[Role:]Maisie Williams


The Reviews for Early Man (2018) 1080p


It's okReviewed bymarclev78Vote: 6/10

Not one of Aardman's best, but watchable and has some funny jokes. It starts out really promising, but by the end is hugely predictable and simply turns into a by the numbers "underdog wins the day" type sports comedy (albeit with Claymation). Previous ones of their films have remained fresh until the end, but this starts to drag a bit once it becomes obvious how the plot's going to play out

sometimes clever and occasionally enjoyable, but more disturbing than cute and more uninspired than inspiringReviewed byDave McClainVote: 4/10

"Early Man" (PG, 1:29) is an animated adventure comedy. It's a co-production of Britain and France. The movie uses the stop-motion technique and features cave men (and women), and other early humans, with close-set eyes, exaggerated lips and protruding teeth and... well, they're none too bright. The film's mainly about the invention and development of football as a competitive sport (or, soccer, to us Yanks).

It seems that soccer was invented when prehistoric residents of the British Isles started kicking around a lava rock. But the game died out (maybe because kicking around a rock is uncomfortable with bare feet) and the only evidence the game was even played back then are cave paintings, whose cultural significance is lost on the slightly later early man in that area. Eventually, the homeland of these rabbit-hunting stone-age peoples (who now speak English with British accents) is invaded by a more advanced people (who speak English with French accents). These people have discovered and learned the value of bronze and are looking for more of it. Oh, and they enjoy playing/watching soccer in a large arena.

A young Stone Age dreamer named Dug (voiced by Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne) challenges the nearby Bronze Age kingdom, led by the greedy and arrogant Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston), to a winner-take-bronze soccer match. If Dug's people win, they get their valley back. If Lord Nooth's people win, they keep the valley and Dug's people become their slaves. That may sound (relatively) fair, except that Lord Nooth's team is a mixture of expert players (with a mixture of French and German accents) and Dug's people are a mixture of unfit, comparatively unsophisticated early men and women who don't even know what soccer is! If the cave men are going to have any chance of winning, Dug is going to have to convince his chief (Timothy Spall) and the rest of his people to let him teach them the little bit of soccer he has picked up from watching the bronze-agers - and get the help of someone from that other kingdom who is skilled, but isn't allowed to play for the kingdom because she's a she (Maisie Williams).

"Early Man" is sometimes clever and occasionally enjoyable, but it's more disturbing than cute and more uninspired than inspiring. The artistic depiction of these early people makes them unnecessarily unattractive and British animators show once again that they're about the only ones left in the industry who find stop-motion animation entertaining enough for a feature film. The story may remind adult Movie Fans of 2004's "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" and/or 1981's "Victory" (depending on how... long you've been an adult), and with touches of the "Rocky" movies thrown in. Staging the story during that nebulous period between history and prehistory is pretty creative, but the plot itself is unoriginal and few of the characters' clay-mated antics are sufficiently amusing. This movie is agreeable enough, but fairly forgettable and isn't likely to excite big Movie Fans... or little ones. "C+"

Hands down, best film I've seen all year! Love Nick Park!Reviewed byrannynmVote: 10/10

This fantastic, animated film from Nick Park and Aardman Animations had me laughing the entire time. Hands down, it is the best movie I have seen this year. With a unique storyline, exquisite action scenes and a rollercoaster of events, your eyes don't want to leave the screen.

Set in the Stone Age, when cavemen and wooly mammoths inhabited the Earth, Chief Bonbar and his tribe are driven out of their homeland by a Bronze Age army, led by Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston). Lord Nooth claims the Stone Age is over, and Chief Bonbar's (Timothy Spall) tribe is forced to remain in the volcanic badlands outside of the new city. A young caveman named Dug (Eddie Redmayne) tries to attack, but is knocked into a basket heading to the city. He tries to hide, but ends up being mistaken for a football player. When Dug and Lord Nooth finally meet, they make a deal: If Chief Bonbar's tribe beats Lord Nooth's team in a game of football, then the cavemen can have their valley back.

Dug looks at every situation with optimism. He cares about his tribe and will do absolutely anything for them. Even though he knows he could lose his valley, he constantly perseveres and doesn't think about giving up. Hognob (Nick Park) is the funniest character in the film. He is Dug's pet boar and, although he has no dialogue, he makes the weirdest noises. Hognob is so adorable that I want a pet boar now. The relationship Hognob and Dug share is loving and reminds me of the relationship I have with my pets.

The animation is ingenious, because each character is unconventional. With crooked teeth, messy hair and big eyes, these characters are ones you haven't seen before. My eyes were peeled the entire time, because I couldn't stop admiring the unique animation. My favorite part is when Dug tries to steal some balls from the Bronze Age city. Hognob distracts Lord Nooth and has to play the harp for him, while he takes a bath. Hognob tries to sing and play the harp, but it sounds so terrible that it makes you laugh.

The message of this film is to never give up under any circumstances. Don't ever feel intimidated by somebody, because with teamwork and optimism, you can accomplish absolutely anything. Appreciate your differences and remember that nobody can bring you down.

I give this film 5 out of 5 stars, because I have never laughed so hard while watching a film. I recommend it for kids ages 8 to 18, and adults would enjoy it too. It is perfect to watch with your family and friends, because it will put a huge smile on your face and show you how important it is to follow your heart.Catch this film in theaters nationwide on February 16, 2018. Find out what it means to be an early man.

Reviewed by Samantha M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.

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