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Amanda Mathews over 2 years ago
Animation was amazing. Don't remember much else.
Samantha Vance over 6 years ago
All graphics not much story.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
I remember thinking that the animation was gorgeous, but the plot was a bit weak.
Giorgia over 1 year ago
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Davide MrBlonde over 4 years ago
Dinosaur is a 2000 American computer-animated (with live-action backgrounds) film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures on May 19, 2000. At officially $130 million, it was the most expensive theatrical movie release of the year. It was not originally a part of the Disney canon, but in 2008, it became the 39th animated feature produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation, while The Emperor's New Groove, which had once been Disney's 39th animated feature, became its 40th instead. Much of the film's scenery is from Canaima (Venezuela) landscapes, various tepuis and Angel Falls appears in the film. The film opens with an Iguanodon mother forced to abandon her nest, with only one egg (D. B. Sweeney) surviving a carnivorous Carnotaur (Frank Welker) attack. The egg is taken by an Oviraptor, who drops it into a river while fighting another Oviraptor, and finally is taken by a Pteranodon to an island inhabited by lemurs, who see the egg hatch, name the...
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