The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (1999)
The first sequel to Don Bluth's popular The Land Before Time furthers the adventures of Littlefoot and his pals, who by this time are living in the Great Valley. The young dinos' adventures begin when they set out to prove how grown up they are by solving the mystery of an egg thief. Unfortunately, in their zeal, Littlefoot and Co. end up lost in the frightening Great Beyond. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure
Almost good enough to let you forget it's a made-for-video generic fest!
Audience Reviews for The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure
This was a really odd sequel. It's not bad, but it's just so completely different from the first. I think the fact that it was straight-to-video had something to do with it. The story was so-so, but it never got too campy which I liked. For kids movies, it's really fairly decent.More
How sad that they decided to continue the series and make it everything the original avoided. Very poor songs, both lyrically and musially, are littered throughout. One song is pretty much just some guy saying "EGGS". We are also tortured with cheap cartoony sound effects and bumbling villains. What I loved about the first film was the coming of age tale. This film undoes all that and has the gang acting like some spoiled, idiotic brats. After being saved by their parents, because they were stupid and didn't listen in the first place, the quintet complain about being treated like kids. YOU JUST NEARLY DIED, and all because you DIDN'T listen. Why should they trust you. It makes the adorable characters from the first, a bit annoying. It's passable as entertainment and I'm sure the target audience wont complain, but this is one that parents may want to skip on.More
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