The Land Before Time III: The Time of Great Giving Reviews

  • May 02, 2017

    I remember this one it was a good movie! And then again kids can still learn about dinosaurs it's a good opportunity and it's right for all ages

    I remember this one it was a good movie! And then again kids can still learn about dinosaurs it's a good opportunity and it's right for all ages

  • Apr 27, 2016

    3.5/5. A bit cheesy, but the final fight scene against the velociraptors is actually really well done and a lot of fun.

    3.5/5. A bit cheesy, but the final fight scene against the velociraptors is actually really well done and a lot of fun.

  • Aug 23, 2015

    Some of the sequels are still good. It even has good music.

    Some of the sequels are still good. It even has good music.

  • May 25, 2014

    They should have stopped at one, not 13!

    They should have stopped at one, not 13!

  • Sep 01, 2013

    The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving is significantly more obvious in conveying its moral messages about sharing and fair treatment of young ones than its predecessor. Although its plot isn't that clever and seems much like a rehash of its predecessor, it does incorporate in the dark theme about survival like the dark themes from the first The Land Before Time which makes it a more sophisticated and dramatic piece than its predecessor, rendering it a thoughtful piece. And it does make use of iconic characters who are all impossible to dislike, even breathing more life into them. Particularly because the story gives another side to the character Cera so we are able to learn more about her and empathise with her, as well as toning her antics down so she isn't annoying or stuck up to a negative extent in The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving. I'm particularly happy with this because a triceratops is my favourite type of dinosaur, and so now we can see Cera as more than the annoying and self absorbed triceratops she has been in the past. Although the scale of the adventure is minimal as the characters don't really go on one in The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving, they do go through events facing serious issues which teach the viewer much and is beneficial in the long term. So as far as direct-to-video animated films go, The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving is still entertaining and colourful enough to pass.

    The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving is significantly more obvious in conveying its moral messages about sharing and fair treatment of young ones than its predecessor. Although its plot isn't that clever and seems much like a rehash of its predecessor, it does incorporate in the dark theme about survival like the dark themes from the first The Land Before Time which makes it a more sophisticated and dramatic piece than its predecessor, rendering it a thoughtful piece. And it does make use of iconic characters who are all impossible to dislike, even breathing more life into them. Particularly because the story gives another side to the character Cera so we are able to learn more about her and empathise with her, as well as toning her antics down so she isn't annoying or stuck up to a negative extent in The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving. I'm particularly happy with this because a triceratops is my favourite type of dinosaur, and so now we can see Cera as more than the annoying and self absorbed triceratops she has been in the past. Although the scale of the adventure is minimal as the characters don't really go on one in The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving, they do go through events facing serious issues which teach the viewer much and is beneficial in the long term. So as far as direct-to-video animated films go, The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving is still entertaining and colourful enough to pass.

  • Jul 12, 2013

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  • Jul 08, 2013

    The storyline, though formulaic, is pretty well-developed, and though the kids' dialogue is juvenile, that isn't so much a bad thing when working with characters who are still very young. Kids will be kids. The action scenes are pretty cool, the animation is outstanding, and Michael Tavera's score is most beautiful here, making for a fine addition to the Land Before Time canon.

    The storyline, though formulaic, is pretty well-developed, and though the kids' dialogue is juvenile, that isn't so much a bad thing when working with characters who are still very young. Kids will be kids. The action scenes are pretty cool, the animation is outstanding, and Michael Tavera's score is most beautiful here, making for a fine addition to the Land Before Time canon.

  • Apr 26, 2013

    for 1995: this is still a fair entry into the never-ending 'Land Before Time' series the Great Giving symbolizes the teamwork and understanding of the different groups in order to survive thirst and starvation the little dinos also encounter bullies their age which doubles the conflict in the story the parents and the kids can take notes

    for 1995: this is still a fair entry into the never-ending 'Land Before Time' series the Great Giving symbolizes the teamwork and understanding of the different groups in order to survive thirst and starvation the little dinos also encounter bullies their age which doubles the conflict in the story the parents and the kids can take notes

  • Apr 10, 2013

    Watch entire series. Must see!

    Watch entire series. Must see!

  • Jan 22, 2013

    dont remember which one this is but i saw em all n they were all aamzing

    dont remember which one this is but i saw em all n they were all aamzing