The Good Dinosaur (2015)

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Directed By Peter Sohn Peter Sohn Starring Sam Elliot Sam Elliot  •  Steve Zahn Steve Zahn  •  Raymond Ochoa Raymond Ochoa  •  Anna Paquin Anna Paquin  •  Jack Bright Jack Bright Genres Adventure Comedy  •  Adventure  •  Animation  •  Comedy  •  Family-Oriented Adventure  •  Family-Oriented Comedy  •  Family-Oriented Fantasy  •  Family  •  Fantasy Adventure  •  Fantasy Comedy  •  Fantasy  •  Prehistoric Fantasy Studios &
Pixar Animation Studios  •  Walt Disney Pictures  •  Annie Award for Best Animated Feature Nominated
Release Info 2015-11-25T00:00:00Z November 25, 2015
Color  •  100 minutes PG Rated PG
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Comments (4)


JC13 on 12/24/2015 Reply  · 

It's definitely minor Pixar, but I enjoyed it.

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Zebula77 on 2/8/2016 Reply  · 

I suppose it's gotten some lukewarm reviews, but I gotta say - it hit me right in the feels more than once. Feels a bit like an older Disney film. Reminded me of The Fox and the Hound from time to time. 8/10.

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Celldweller7 on 6/11/2016 Reply  · 

I thought it was a recycled jumble of every kids movie from Bambi to Land Before Time to Finding Nemo.

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monsters2319 on 6/4/2017 Reply  · 

What an interesting Pixar-esque premise- what if the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs didn't hit Earth and dinosaurs continued to evolve into the human era. Okay, so why did you stop at the caveman days? How much cooler a movie would this have been to go a couple millennia further and have it set TODAY, how much dinosaurs would've evolved over a period of time that immense and how they would interact and coexist with modern humans and our society and technology. That's the Pixar movie I was looking forward to when I first heard about this project. But for some reason they opted to set it at the earliest possible stage of humans, with only one human character and the rest are dinosaurs, so it's like, why did you even set up that dinosaurs survived at all? You could have this same exact story verbatim set in the regular unaltered dinosaur time period- it'd look exactly the same, it'd have the same characters, sure there'd be one anachronistic human kid involved but it's a work of fiction, it's a fantasy, you have dinosaur farmers for Christ's sake, You didn't go all out on this one. You started to tell an interesting story and then stopped one minute in and told a boring one instead. This was a waste of potential, and I can't believe I'm saying this about a Pixar movie, but I hope someone does this better someday.

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