Dinosaur

Dinosaur

Director: Eric Leighton Cast: D.B. Sweeney, Alfre Woodard, Ossie Davis
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Dinosaur 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a movie that the whole family will enjoy.... I am 15 and i thought this was probably the best Disney Film in AGES!!!!!!! the effects were stunning and i loved all of the characters!!!!!!.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must see for all Disney lover's.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I believe that some viewers OVERANALYZED this highly entertaining but obviously FOR CHILDREN film...I doubt it was intended to be 100% scientifically accurate...much like the OTHER Disney movies...or maybe that's just me.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When a meteor shower falls over the home of the dinosaurs, they are forced to travel a long way to the nesting grounds -- without food, water, or shelter, and under the ruling of Chrone, a ruthless leader who believes that only those who can keep up will make it. But then things go too far, and then Alidar comes to the rescue. With steller animation, live backgrounds, and a great plot, Dinosaur will be a hit forever. It truely is a stunning classic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great introduction for boys and girls who love dinosaurs. The animation is so lifelike and the story is truly touching. Even adults will love this movie. When we first rented it my son watched it four times in one week!
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This video was truly outstanding. My son and I loved this movie. Cannot wait for it to be released. If you love Disney, you'll love this movie!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to enjoy DISNEY's DINOSAUR, but it was too hard knowing that they were promoting wrong facts. Don't get me wrong, the story was exceptional and the graphics were good (JURASSIC PARK's were better.) but the movie is just - bad. For one thing, there were no lemurs 65 million years ago! They did not evolve for another million years or so. And dinosaurs are not cold-blooded as the lemurs promoted. They are warm-blooded. The reason is this, lizards, for example, are cold-blooded and have to crawl on the ground to generate the heat from the ground. Yet dinosaurs tood upon their hind legs, rising their stomachs from the ground. Since then that they would not be able to generate heat from the ground, and they had to get it from the sun, like a mammal or bird. And the meteor explosion was a great effect, but the dinosaurs were nearly allilahated. The remains evolved into birds. Back to the warm/cold blooded thing. Raptors were a main dinosaur that stood on their hind legs. Yet the movie gave them two different sets of eyelids, which was just wrong! They couldn't have two sets, once again, having Disney promoting they were lizards instead of birds. Next, nearly half of the dinosaurs were not around when the setting took place in the Cretaceous. The iguanadon didn't exist as well as the carnotaur. The brachiosaur did not belong as well. So now we go to the carnotaur, about the only dinosaur that DISNEY had gotten right, except for the time period. Yet could there have been a bigger villian? The carniivore was about as big as the iguanadons. They should have used a T-Rex, making the struggle more difficult and more entertaining for us the viewers. Now this is the last probelem that I'm going to write down in this review: The dinosaurs TALKED! Dear God what was up with that? They were looking like cartoons and they talked! It was just wrong. Everything about the movie was wrong. A sad dissapointment.