We re back dinosaur movie

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we re back dinosaur movie

Were Back! A Dinosaurs Story by Hudson Talbott

This is a great tale told by a T-Rex in the first person of his unforgettable adventure. It all begins with his encounter with an alien named Vorb who recruits him (and other dinos) for a trial of a a special vitamin that makes the dinosaurs intellectuals, thus rendering their lives completely changed from thereon. Ultimately they are transported to the modern day world, in the city, and chaos ensues. It is a scream to see their interactions in the big city and you will most likely get many giggles out of your kids. Ultimately T-Rex and his dino companions make it to the museum of natural history - their intended destination - where they are safe and protected from the city-folk who have been unhinged by their presence. The book ends rather abruptly and awkwardly; it almost seems as though there should be a follow-up book (which I have yet to look into if that is the case). All in all, you and your kids will enjoy the story, the humorous antics, and attractive illustrations in this dino-mite tale. Especially if your kids are as crazy about dinos as my five- and four-year-old are!
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We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story (film)

We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story is a children's book drawn and written by Hudson Talbott , [1] and published by Crown. Other dinosaurs included in the book are a Stegosaurus , a Triceratops , a Saurolophus , a Pteranodon , an Apatosaurus , and a Deinonychus. This book was later adapted into an animated film of the same name in , produced by Steven Spielberg 's Amblimation animation studio and distributed by Universal Pictures. A sequel book was later published, Going Hollywood! One day, in the Cretaceous Period , as a Tyrannosaurus named Rex is about to devour a smaller dinosaur, he has captured by a flying saucer piloted by an alien named Vorb. He recruits him and several other dinosaurs including Bgon the Apatosaurus , Woog the Triceratops , Jorbl the Saurolophus , Spike the Stegosaurus , Dwig the Deinonychus , and Pteri the Pteranodon he has found for a trial of a special "vitamin" he has developed which, upon feeding it to the dinosaurs, causes them to become sentient.

It was based on the Hudson Talbott children's book of the same name , which was narrated from the perspective of the main character, a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Rex. The film opens with a trio of young bluebirds harassing their youngest sibling, Buster Blaze Berdahl. He explains to Buster that he was once a ravaging dinosaur, and proceeds to tell the story of how he came to become what he is today. He was chasing a Thescelosaurus. His rampage is interrupted when a futuristic aircraft arrives, and he is then greeted by a small green alien-like creature named Vorb Jay Leno who lures him into the craft and force feeds him "Brain Grain", a cereal that increases a creature's intelligence.

A Dinosaur's Story" is the kind of innocuous animated kiddie movie you maybe wouldn't mind seeing on Saturday morning TV. At least, a kiddie might not mind. I would. But it's too lightweight and flimsy for a theatrical film. It's shallow and kind of dumb, and the animation is routine, and the story isn't much, and the stakes are a lot higher these days in the featurelength animation game. The movie makes much of its producer's credit: The executive producer was Steven Spielberg , who, of course, made another movie with dinosaurs released a little earlier this year. Less widely remembered, perhaps, is that he also produced an earlier animated dinoflick, Don Bluth's " The Land Before Time " , which was smarter than this film and better looking.

We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story is a British-American animated film, produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio and distributed by .
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