The Good Dinosaur


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy / History

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 84261


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Anna Paquin as Ramsey
Sam Elliott as Butch
Jeffrey Wright as Poppa
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1hr 33 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dror-19417 7 / 10

It's nice, quite exciting, but I still think it's a medium film

I saw the movie now, the only reason I gave him 7 is that at some moments the film managed to excite me, but I think the plot is pretty bad. The characters in the film are actually good in my opinion, but have not exhausted their potential. In my opinion, this film has a lot more potential than what you see in the film, both in terms of the characters and in terms of investment. They invested a crazy $ 200 million in this film, favor. For the plot I would give 5.5 / 10, and the film itself - I give 7/10.

Reviewed by cinemajesty 5 / 10

A Dinosaur On The Run

Movie Review: "The Good Dinosaur" (2015)

Pixar Animation Studios principal executive producers John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich green-lit the second digital animated feature of the year 2015 after "Inside Out" comes as surprise from a production company that usually benefits from their highly-imaginative staff. Here it comes to a main character misconception throughout with a 85 Minutes torturing editorial following a ugly-designed Apatosaurus from egg-hedging under humanized-uninspiring eyes of the main dinosaur's parents, who share nevertheless professionally-captured vocal beats by supporting cast Frances McDormand and Jeffrey Wright.

Post-Production circumstances that are unable to secure any indentifying tension, despite being cute-looking for a minority of moviegoers, through an opening sequence of rumoring total production expenses of 200 Million U.S. Dollar by just designing photorealistic background plates of Central USA farming plains and later then an showdown-bringing image-layered raging wild river in heavy rain that even to the end I cannot shack off the feeling while seating in a movie house, actually watching this out-of-ordinary animated feature in a crystal-clear 4k projected screening that production designer Harley Jessup and his associates, taking unmotivated endeavors even lower, hardly convincing first-time director, Peter Sohn, who shares successes as storyboard artist and animator for "Wall-E" (2008) and "Up" (2009), to go for an impressionistic look in favor for an unless diverse naturalistic storyline environment of a standard coming-home, lost-here and found-friend-there dinosaur story, which had been leagues more-gripping with reminiscene to "The Land Before Time" (1988) directed by Don Bluth.

Nevertheless the audience sit through with me on a cold day in November 2015 at New York City's Lincoln Square AMC theatres to witness some fair camera motions in virtual space and moments of awe with a cowboy-talking group of Tyrannosaurus, all up front with actor Sam Elliott's undeniable striking dark-smokey voice, running a ranch of longhorn animals in a western mid-act sequence, where another bunch of unlikely-designed, yet herd-attacking Velociraptors with vokuhila hair design, drop any chances to make me achieve my wishes of coming-out of the auditorium in fulfillment while other basically-uninterested spectators mention on the escalator-down-to-the-street that it is okay to flop even for legendary company of Pixar Animation Studios.

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Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 7 / 10

Well-made family film

'The Good Dinosaur' is a fun kid's movie that has a few strenuous moments, but I saw it with a five-year-old and she was fine, so its PG rating for "some scenes may scare young children" is probably fair. Fairly simple plot - the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago just misses Earth, hence allowing mammals & dinosaurs to evolve and coexist.

The story follows Arlo (Ochoa), an Apatosaurus, and his anthropomorphised family, of which Arlo's the runt of the siblings. Wright & McDormand are mum & dad, who spend their time farming. Arlo falls in the river and gets swept away and begins a quest to get back home and is aided by an unlikely partner - Spot (Bright) the human, who's really more of a puppy! Plenty of similarities to 'The Adventures of Milo and Otis' and 'The Lion King', with Arlo having to find his own courage before he can find his family.

There's actually not that many dinosaurs (a few T Rex, Pteranodons, Velociraptor and Triceratops) as the film really sticks with Arlo & Spot. The backdrop they're set against, which looks like the mountains of Canada, is superb, with all the scenery seemingly vividly real - truly exceptional CGI, with the only things looking cartoony are the characters! Some sad bits, some funny bits and some lessons for good measure.

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