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Product Description

Three years in the making, Dino King follows the adventures of Speckles a youngdinosaur who eventually becomes an adult and must fight with One-eye a mean T-Rex that destroyed his family.

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"A good, entertaining time" --IBNLive.com

"Unique and touching" --BollyMovieReviewz.com

"Unique and touching" --BollyMovieReviewz.com

Product Details

  • Actors: Goo Ja-Hyeong, Sin Yong-woo, Lee Hyung Suk
  • Directors: Han Sang-Ho
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, 3D, THX, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: June 18, 2013
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BCXVYIG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,479 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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My 4 year old loves it!
Valerie M Ranspot
The movie has a great story and is also pretty informative.
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It was almost like I was watching it as it was happening.
blackaciddevil

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Format: Blu-ray
In recent years, Korea is starting to attract new audiences internationally to its animation, manwa (Korean comics) and its pop culture, may it be music, film or dramas continue to have a large following worldwide.

But one area that Korea is typically not known for worldwide is its own all-CG animated films. In 2012, Dream Search C&C, Inc., EBS and Olive Studio, Inc.announced their animated film "Speckles the Tarbosaurus" which opened in theaters in Korea in January 2006. Originally based on a three-part documentary series that aired back in 2008, the series received high ratings for Korea's EBS (Educational Broadcasting System) and so, a reworking of the film took place and in three years, a CG animated film was created.

Based on dinosaurs found in the Korean peninsula, the film is set during the early Cretaceous period of the dinosaurs and focuses on a Tarbosaurus known as Speckles. The film is narrated by Speckles.

The Korean CG animated film using the title name "Dino King 3D: An Amazing Adventure" will be released on Blu-ray 3D/2D in June 2013 courtesy of Well Go USA Entertainment.

"Dino King 3D" begins with a baby Tarbosaurus named Speckles, who was just born and as he grows up, he wants to hunt like his mother, big brother and twin sisters. He learns how his brother is a chaser that leads the pray right towards his twin sisters and then his mother killing the prey in order to feed the family.

But despite being one of the feared carnivorous dinosaurs, there are many threats that can easily hurt young Speckles.

But one day as Speckles feels that he can hunt with the family, they are unaware that the Tyrannosaurus Rex known as "One-Eye" is in the area, look for a new place to live and feed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kaiser's Dad on November 23, 2013
Format: DVD
The graphics are great. The narrative is annoying. Especially with the Baby Tarbosaur early in the movie. While it looks to be a kid movie, the violent, throat chomping scenes can be a bit too intense for kids. It also seems like it can't decide whether it wants to be a National Geographic special providing interesting information on dinosaurs or an animated anthropomorphic Pixar story. With little pea sized brains, would a T-Rex be able to scheme dropping a boulder on the tail of an ankylosaur? Nevermind, the long odds of the plan actually working. And the T-Rex seems to go around killing but not eating. When there are numerous injured dinosaurs lying around the ground, the T-Rex (and later Velociraptors) ignore them to attack the Tarbosaur family members. Why? Other than for dramatic story-telling. Since only the protagonist speaks, we have no idea what is motivating the other dinosaurs. And after his traumatic childhood, why would the protagonist ever let his young anywhere near a cliff's edge? Given the frequency of dinosaurs falling off cliff's edge in this movie, we may have a competing theory for how the dinosaurs became extinct.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By blackaciddevil on July 1, 2013
Format: DVD
Dino King tells the story of the life of Speckles, a tarbosaur who's whole family is killed by One-Eye(a vicious T-Rex).

I have to admit the English narrative over this story is horrendous. I, too, would have preferred the original Korean vocal narrative with subtitles over the English narrative, anyday. However, every other aspect of this Korean film is top-notch. I loved it and watched it several times over..it's THAT good! Up until now, Disney's Dinosaur and the Jurassic Park series were always my favorite Dino films. I think what I liked most about it was the story. Despite the fact it was geared more towards the younger set, it was the story that kept me watching. It was almost like I was watching it as it was happening.

I'm sure there are other reviewers who've touched on this. Even though this is geared more towards kids, there are moments in the film where adult supervision & guidance is needed. Why? There are several scenes of intense fighting between the Dinosaurs that end with them spilling blood. As someone pointed out in their review, because this film borrows elements from nature films, nature can be brutal, sometimes, even to the young. So, give this film a viewing before letting younger children give it a look.

Overall, I loved this film and I more than highly recommend this one to everyone. If you love Dinosaur movies or just love a good story, give Dino King a look.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Cruz Vargas on October 26, 2013
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It is a good thing I got this movie using points from my credit card, because otherwise I probably would had regretted the purchase. The computer animation looks good, but this is a story that probably would had been understood just as well without any voices.

The main character narrates the story, and the voice as a child is rather grating. Plus, it sounds rather out of place when he refers to other dinosaurs as "That is an [insert real scientific name of dinosaur]!" Names for dinosaur species is something us humans created, millions of years after these creatures were dead. Maybe it's just me... but it just doesn't seem to click.

I wonder if the original Korean version is also narrated like this. If not, then we're the unlucky ones.
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