The Good Dinosaur
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The last to hatch among his siblings and the smallest, 11-year-old Arlo has yet to make his mark on his family's farm. When Arlo falls into a river and finds himself swept hundreds of miles away from home, he's forced to face his fear for the first time in his life.
Along the way, Arlo develops an unlikely friendship with a human boy named Spot who helps him realize he is capable of much more than he ever thought.
Spot is a wild, tough and tenacious human boy who has lived alone in the wilderness for much of his life. He speaks in only grunts and growls, but his strengths are clear: he's fearless, confident and a survivalist. Spot quickly proves to be a great resource to Arlo, and slowly, becomes a friend.
Butch is a rugged and intimidating Tyrannosaurus Rex—showcased by the gruesome scar across his face. A veteran rancher who's a real pro when it comes to herding longhorns, Butch encourages his kids Ramsey and Nash to learn by doing, hurling them into one hairy situation after another. Butch likes nothing better than trading war-stories over a campfire at the end of a long day.
A fearless, whip-smart and no-nonsense Tyrannosaurus Rex rancher, Ramsey loves the challenge of driving a herd of longhorns with her father, Butch, and her little brother Nash. Ramsey has a lively, outgoing personality—she likes good jokes, tells a mean story and has a soft spot for those in need.
An enthusiastic young Tyrannosaurus Rex, Nash lives for adventure, and loves when something unexpected breaks up the routine of rounding up longhorns with his father, Butch, and his big sister Ramsey.
He isn't the sharpest of spurs and has trouble keeping track of their herd, but his mischievous charm and positive attitude make him good company out on the range.
From the innovative minds of Disney-Pixar comes a hilariously heartwarming adventure about the power of confronting and overcoming your fears and discovering who you are meant to be. THE GOOD DINOSAUR asks the question: what if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely, and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? In this epic journey into the world of dinosaurs, an apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of. Bring home this original story full of humor, heart, action and imagination, perfect for the whole family!
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I don't want to give much of the story away, but for the most parts it's the same cliche, the little dinosaur on his way back to his family after a tragic event makes it through a series of trials on his journey home. So, yes it's been done, over and over and over and it's still great. This movie takes that and creates a deep, emotional bond between you and the characters in the movie.
My 5 year old absolutely loved it along with the adults. I'm a grown ass man and cried 4 times during the movie. I didn't cry during The Lion King and it was a GREAT movie. That is worth something! So, this movie doesn't break the barrier on story-telling, but the delivery is intense and creates an immediate emotional attachment to the characters. If you're grown and don't cry you need an MRI to see if your heart is still present.
The barking human named Spot. Wha??? The terror of the father getting swept away while trying to kill Spot. Ahhhhhh! Being judged by your family for what you have or have not accomplished. Nooooo!!! Spot the human eating a giant beetle. EEeeeww!!
The berry-induced hallucination scene was so disconnected that it made me wonder what those guys at Pixar had been smoking. Awesome!!
But, I still kind of liked it, although I tried not to. And, I may or may not have cried... 4 times.
To be honest, I only cried three times in the movie, and then once more when the kids wanted to see it again!
The kids liked it, and that is worth 5 stars!!
It's official! - This is the movie my son picked for his Movie Night Birthday Party Feb 26th. I will return and update with an overall review from the 7-9 year old group!
**** Returning and reporting - this was a hit at my son's birthday party, even though half the kids had seen it already! They laughed and screamed at the screen during the "hallucination" scene... and I just shook my head and poured another glass of wine for the mommies!!
Now, go ahead and hit that "Yes" button below so that I can earn imaginary brownie points in Amazonland!
What's to like.... The graphics are amazing. Some of the scenes showing the river look real. It's a great storyline for kids. It teaches perseverance, how to overcome your fears, and the value of friendship. The characters are relatable and likable. You root for Arlo the whole way through the movie, grow to love spot and how he befriends and protects Arlo, and enjoy the other great friends Arlo meets along the way especially the T-Rex Cowboys!
What's not to like....I can only think of twice in the movie where I didn't feel the content was appropriate for my young ones and those were the two times animals were eaten. The part where Spot bites off the head of the Beatle was a little graphic for young audiences. Also the part where the vulture eats the critter following the storm. My girls didn't seemed to be phased by either scene but I was a little surprised by them.
Overall this is a movie that the whole family will enjoy. You won't be disappointed.
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