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Davis Keck 3 years ago
Wildly inaccurate; Dinosaurs can't talk.
Rachel Marshall 3 years ago
Gorgeous classic.,Sequels run it down but the original is beautiful and makes me cry!
SpikeDaCruz over 5 years ago
The T-Rex was scary as hell. It's a mark in animation giving focus to true friendship.
Randi Steers over 6 years ago
This film brings me back to my childhood; a wonderful story that gets better with age.
Tijmen Raasveld almost 7 years ago
childhood classic
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
As a little kid, it didn't get much better than this. Probably loved the sequels too.
Jamie Leone Snow almost 8 years ago
For kids movie, it's cute. The constant screaming may be too much for some.
Karla 7 months ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Joaquin Heye 2 years ago
Car 2 years ago
Loran Keyse over 2 years ago
Lari Cantu over 2 years ago
Aleksa Ferreira over 2 years ago
Jessica Gross over 2 years ago
Alisha Henricksen over 2 years ago
Nathaniel Spencer over 2 years ago
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...
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