When I watched the first "Ice Age" movie I was pleasantly surprised! The movie was very cute, sweet, had a clear story instead of being loaded with hyperactive nonsense, and taught some good lessons such as helping one another in times
of crisis and being loyal to others. The film did not seem to promote an obvious agenda other than I did notice a slight promotion of evolution. For that reason, please watch the film with caution with your children if you decide to watch it. Explain to them
that evolution is not taught in the Bible and is not something we should believe in as Christians.
The rest of the movie series definitely strayed away from being Christian family material. These movies include Part 2 - "Ice Age the Meltdown",
Part 3 - "Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Part 4 - "Ice Age Continental Drift, and Part 5 "Ice Age Collision Course". This straying away often happens after the first movie comes out as a "hook" to get parents to trust that sequels will be acceptable as well.
The sequels often will include more famous actor's voices being used and this is normally a sure sign that the children's movie is going to veer off course in various wrong directions that are not acceptable for Christian family viewing.
In Part 2 - "Ice Age the Meltdown" we see a movie that promotes the agenda of "global warming". "Global warming" is strongly promoted by the United Nations which seeks a global governing agenda. As Christians, we need to be very aware of what the United
Nations promotes which is often very ungodly such as their stance against Israel. This movie had the words "damn" and "ass" during the beginning scene which is especially not appropriate for children's movies. This movie had references to evolution and seemed
to sympathize with the liberal agenda of "self-identification" as something someone is not. For example, Ellie the mammoth self-identified as a possum and this seems to be a way to promote confusion for children in the same way that we see so many people "self-identifying"
as being of a different gender, race, age, etc. than they actually are. There was the promotion of pagan worship when Sid the sloth was worshipped and later was nearly sacrificed. Even though this movie had some good aspects, there were too many negative
aspects to make this movie appropriate for Christians.
In Part 3 - "Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs" we see the trend toward ungodly agendas continued in this third movie of the series. This movie starts out right away with a sexualized
female squirrel who acts very seductive and causes the male squirrel to lust after her. This reinforces to children that females are sex objects and that a girl's physical appearance is what makes her attractive. There is more gender confusion in this
movie when Sid the male sloth calls himself a "mommy" to three baby dinosaurs. There was a reference in this movie about a caterpillar "coming out" and was clearly a pun toward "coming out" in the sense of LGBT. One of the characters in this movie called a
beast in the movie as one that "sees all" and "knows all" which characterizes the Illuminati "all seeing eye" propaganda. It is very disturbing to see all of these references which do nothing but confuse and program children toward a liberal, anti-biblical
mindset. Part 4, "Ice Age Continental Drift" is just one more propaganda tool to try and brainwash children that the continents drifted apart over millions/billions of years which is clearly promoting evolution and confusing them about biblical truths.
In the final Part 5 of the series titled "Ice Age Collision Course," we see more and more of the same propaganda being pushed on children. This includes "all seeing eye" symbolism, alien/UFO references, evolution promotion, some male characters
acting feminine, new age religion references galore, and a "llama with horns" (who's heard of that?) which looks quite a bit like a satanic Baphomet. This "llama"/Baphomet type creature was said to "know all" and "see all" in the movie and was the "master
of meditation". Satanic Baphomet creatures are getting promoted more and more in children's movies such as "Zootopia" as well as on clothing, games, and other items. This movie is clearly promoting very unsafe agendas for children which do not fit
in with Christian values.