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The Land Before Time XI - The Invasion of the Tinysauruses

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Product Description

Your favorite prehistoric pals are back in an all-new adventure filled with fun and laughter! This time around, the Tinysauruses invade the Great Valley to teach Littlefoot a big lesson about a little lie. Meet their new tiny friends and sing along to brand new songs. Featuring the unforgettable voices of Michael Clarke Duncan and Camryn Manheim,The Invasion of the Tinysauruses shows that heroes, friends and families come in all shapes and sizes!

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The small-fry dinosaur friends are back for their ninth outing in this 77-minute movie, but this time they're not the littlest creatures in the Great Valley. A herd of miniature dinos is discovered when Little Foot tries to sneak some "tree sweets," but falls into the tree instead, knocking down all the blossoms. This gives the tiny herd easy access to the food, which they quickly devour and disappear. But instead of taking the blame, Little Foot inadvertently sends the prehistoric adults into a "get Frankenstein" kind of frenzy by blaming the little ones entirely for the loss of the harvest. The kids find the herd first, of course, and protect it from the adults until everyone settles down and accepts each other's differences. A subplot spotlights Cera and her adjustment to Dad dating Tria, a lady Triceratops friend from Dad's past come back to reignite old passions. (Ages 3 to 7)--Kimberly Heinrichs

Special Features

  • How Do I Find Things?
  • I Can Put This in My Computer?
  • "Creepy Crawlies" Sing-Along Song
  • "Creepy Crawlies Reprise" Sing-Along Song
  • "Girls & Dads" Sing-Along Song
  • "Imaginary Friends" Sing-Along Song
  • "The Lesson" Sing-Along Song
  • "On Your Own" Sing-Along Song
  • "Friends For Dinner" Sing-Along Song
  • "It Takes All Sorts" Sing-Along Song
  • "Standing Tough" Sing-Along Song
  • "You Are One of Us" Sing-Along Song
  • The Land Before Time Music Video
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  • Product Details

    • Actors: Camryn Manheim, Michael Clarke Duncan, Aria Curzon, Jeff Bennett, Aaron Spann
    • Directors: Charles Grosvenor
    • Writers: John Loy
    • Producers: Charles Grosvenor
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: Spanish, French
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated:
      G
      General Audience
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: January 16, 2011
    • Run Time: 81 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000667GIW
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,114 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    By A. Welych on November 7, 2005
    Format: DVD
    We own all the Land Before Time videos, and I was disappointed in this one. Although the tiny dinosaurs are cute (and so is Cera's dad's girlfriend), the characters are either mean-spirited, dumb or ineffectual. Littlefoot and Cera are shown to be spiteful, Cera's dad is a raging, lying bully and Grampa has regressed from being a wise elder to being a weak and ignored character. The plot: Littlefoot feels inadequate for being short so he tries to eat the tree blossoms that Cera's dad guards fiercely. The tiny dinos come and eat what Littlefoot knocks down, Littlefoot lies to protect himself and Cera's dad organizes a posse to hunt and kill the little ones. The songs include references to eliminating others, how bad dads are, and other choice themes I'd rather not sing aloud with my 5 year old son. This is by far the worst of the lot.
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    I have to admit, I was a little disappointed on how the way this movie turned out. I expected a little more "flare and care" then this. Don't get me wrong, it's not a horrible film.....but it's not great either.

    The plot is this:

    Littlefoot discovers a new species of dinosaur known as the Tinysaurus. (Heh. Take a guess at how they thought up the name...) Though they may seem cute, these little longnecks are also hungry....and Great Valley foods are on the menu for them. Naturally, Cera's father leads a protest against them, and the grown-ups of the valley make it their job to get rid of the pests. Littlefoot however, sees a good side to these guys, as he accidently stumbles upon them one day and finds out how nice they really are.

    On the other side of the valley, Cera is having problems of her own. Her dad has been paying more attention to his girlfriend then to her (Cera). This leads to some anger management problems, as you can probably figure out.

    The songs? Umm.....they're ok..I guess. True, they don't teach very good "lessons", which stinks. However, they have a really good beat to them. I surprised even myself when I started dancing to the music....

    In a nutshell, this movie is good...but not great. Yes, the main plot is to bash all fathers of their evil intentions, with a sub-plot stating that "a little lie can cause big problems". However, it's up to you to decide if the kids will like it or not. It's pumped enough air into the tires that little toddlers might enjoy it, but hasn't put enough flavor in the lollypop to enthusiasticate the older kids. Just my opinion. Enjoy the movie at any rate.
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    This movie has obviously been written for prescholars, since the villains are real cheap, and there's no excitement, and way too many songs. Still, pretty harsh for kids, since song lyrics include, "Everybody hates those little creepy crawlies," "Dads can be a problem," and "Stupid stompers!" The movie is pretty much way too smooth-flowing, with no real struggles. Littlefoot tells a lie, and puts the tiny ones in danger. We've all seen this before. Get this for an open-minded kid who knows that what they watch isn't always the truth. If you ask me, get this for a toddler, but no older.
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    Our daughter is 22 months old and absolutely LOVES this movie! We don't own any of the others in the series, but will be picking them up one at a time soon I'm sure. I didn't expect her to enjoy dinosaurs at her age (I thought she might even be afraid of them), but she has requested this movie every day since we first played it two weeks ago. She enjoys the songs and focuses on the action all the way through. One of her favorite parts is toward the end when a couple of meat-eating dinos show up and threaten the main characters. She sees the bad guys and exclaims "Teeth!" and cheers when they are eventually chased off. Hard to say how this movie will hold up as she gets older, but for now, it's definitely a favorite!

    Trivia: It was an interesting surprise to find out that the grandfather in this film is voiced by Kenneth Mars, the Inspector from "Young Frankenstein". I kept waiting for him to shout "To the lumberyard!" Apparently, he's in most of the movies in this series.
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    I don't know why I waited so long to buy this series of DVD's! My kids absolutely LOVE them. I had never watched any of these when they first came out on VHS tapes, and am thoroughly enjoying watching all of them with my children. If you don't have the Land Before Time series on DVD, you should get them & add them to your collection.
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    The movie has two basic plots to it: Littlefoot telling a little lie that ends up being a huge problem and cera having to learn to share her father with his old girlfriend. The time to eat a new sweet flower is upon the Great Valley and everyone is ready for a taste of the flowers. Littlefoot looking to sneak the first taste knocks down all the flowers off the tree where the Tinysauruses eat all the flowers. Instead of telling the truth, Littlefoot says the tinysauruses ate all the flowers (which they did...but wouldn't have if not for him knocking the flowers down) and leads to what some of the other reviewers complain about. All the adults get mad and forms groups to hunt down and chase off the innocent Tinysauruses. This does show what can happen in the real world when people are confronted with beings they don't understand. The one problem I did have with it was near the end when Cera's dad looked like he was so close to trampling the two main Tinysauruses. Thankfully everything works out in the end. Cera does find the strength to make an attempt to like her dad's girlfriend (which is good because she is a more permanent part of the crowd unlike the other friends that the gang meets each movie to only say goodbye...she is in movie twelve and the television series after all). At first, Cera gets too agressive about the name Tria calls Mr. Threehorn (Topsy) even going to the point of ramming Ducky up into a tree. I think that was a little too far because while Cera was always a stubborn one she never before would hurt any of her friends.
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