over 2 years
Wildly inaccurate; Dinosaurs can't talk.
over 2 years
Gorgeous classic.,Sequels run it down but the original is beautiful and makes me cry!
over 4 years
The T-Rex was scary as hell. It's a mark in animation giving focus to true friendship.
almost 6 years
This film brings me back to my childhood; a wonderful story that gets better with age.
As a little kid, it didn't get much better than this. Probably loved the sequels too.
Jamie Leone Snow
For kids movie, it's cute. The constant screaming may be too much for some.
The Land Before Time is a 1988 American animated adventure film directed and co-produced by Don Bluth (through his Sullivan Bluth Studios), and executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall.
Originally released by Universal Pictures and Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, it features anthropomorphic dinosaurs living in a fantasy version of prehistoric Earth. The plot concerns a young Longneck (Apatosaurus) named Littlefoot, voiced by Gabriel Damon, who is orphaned after his mother is killed by a Sharptooth (Tyrannosaurus Rex). Littlefoot flees famine and upheaval to search for the "Great Valley", an area which has been spared devastation. On his journey, he meets four young companions: Cera, a Three-Horn (Triceratops); Ducky, a Big Mouth (Saurolophus); Petrie, a Flyer (Pteranodon); and Spike, a Spike-Tail (Stegosaurus).
The film explores issues of prejudice between the different species and the hardships they endure in their journey as they...