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Amazing World of Dinosaurs

3.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Join Anna and Tyler, your teenage hosts, as they take kids on a prehistoric journey to learn everything they ever wanted to know about dinosaurs. Dinosaurs were, by far, the most diverse and amazing animals that ever walked the earth. Some dinosaurs were as big as trees ... Others were smaller than a chicken ... Some had big sharp teeth ... Some had hundreds of tiny flat teeth ... And some had feathers while others had scales. Because of this diversity, dinosaurs were the most successful land dwelling animals that ever lived. They lived everywhere on the earth in every type of environment ... They adapted to almost any condition. They were some of the first creatures that lived on Earth.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Anna Meyer Evans, Tyler Mauro
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007C8RZBK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,643 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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So many independent producers are making less than wonderful, slice & dice junk. This Is NOT one of them! Terrific camera work, excellent information that is fun, educational and does a great job of entertaining, while informing! The two young actors were engaging and professional. I would recommend for young children through pre-teen. Excellent video especially for the price!
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Okay, so I'm all for dinosaur documentaries but this was a real groaner. It seemed like two kids got together and decided to make a series. They spend most of their time talking in front of a green screen and seemed nervous being on camera. Their interviews were yawners and let's be honest, when was the last time any credible documentary used the word "Brontosaurus" (seeing as they changed the name over twenty years ago).

In one episode I forced my way through they mentioned Oviraptor meant "Egg Eater." Well, they got it part right. It means "Egg Thief" since it was discovered sitting on a clutch of eggs (did they even mention it was later discovered to be Oviraptor eggs?"

You're not missing anything with this. Want a dinosaur show for kids stick with Dinosaur Train or the Gary Owens & Eric Boardman shows (old but still fun).
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Not as professionally done as Paleoworld, but I liked it okay for entertainment purposes. As a low budget production, it does occasionally suffer from the MST3K Effect. Some reviewers have complained that it isn't like those cool CG nature films like "Walking With Dinosaurs" and "Dinosaur Revolution" which actually bring the animals to life on their screen, but it's not supposed to be. Those are a different type of show. This is just a second rate, retro style, old school paleontology documentary like the kind made in the 1980s. I don't actually mind that though, this is some fine schlock here. The fact that this one appears to have been made very recently makes it a curiosity to collectors. It's almost like a living fossil! Okay, okay, no more bad jokes.

I would have to say that by far the best thing about this series is the music. The very deep and immersive electronic soundscapes that this video has for a soundtrack are AWESOME! It really lets the viewer use their imagination. David Arkenstone was the composer. David Arkenstone - check him out!

And now for the negative. I noticed that in one episode the boy misidentified the T.Rex skeleton behind him as an Allosaurus. 25 years ago this would have been forgivable, as the Allosaurus was often drawn in older books and stop-motion films to resemble a scaled-down version of the Tyrannosaurus, but that isn't what an Allosaurus looks like. This has often confused people and misled them to think that Allosaurus is a synonym for Albertosaurus. Anybody who has seen an Allosaurus skeleton before would NEVER mistake it for a T.Rex.
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I thought by this being an educational type video and the fact that my son watches a ton of other dinosaur movies, educational and otherwise, that he would enjoy this movie. He is actually too scared to watch it and made me turn it off within the first 10 minutes. Needless to say he hasn't watched it all the way through and I don't blame him.
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I got this because I love dinosaur documentaries that combine pictures of actual finds with good computer animation. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed with the lack of sophisticated graphics in this DVD. I guess it would be informative for little kids, though. Not at all interesting for older kids or adults.
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By Lois on February 21, 2014
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Great gift for those who love to learn about dinosaurs- They tell it all in a clear voice and in a way one can understand-
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Another one of my grandsons favorites. He just can't seem to get enough of dinosaurs films. And the amazing part is he is learning and retaining dinosaur facts.
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Very boring and not enough dinosaurs. Too much talking with no pictures. It lost my sons I tweet very fast. He is obsessed with dinosaurs and this is the only movie we've run into that he dislikes.
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