The Good Dinosaur (review)

The Good Dinosaur (review)
The Good Dinosaur (review)
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This takes place in a different Wild West: One in which the dinosaurs are not extinct, but are farmers. One young dino gets lost and has adventures that help him conquer his fears. Along the way he befriends a caveboy. This movie’s greatest asset is the stunning landscapes. Not only are they gorgeous, but look completely realistic. On the other hand, the creatures that inhabit it have a more stylistic cartoon look, which is a bit of a mismatch. This is also the darkest film in the studio’s history (lots of danger and death) and it rambles into weird territory (literally and figuratively). Despite its flaws, it still manages to some sweet characters and a gentle lesson. Pixar most unusual short plays before the feature: “Sanjay’s Super Team” is about an Indian boy who intersperses his superheroes with Hindu gods.

 

3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)

 

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