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Dinosaur sequel offers strong lessons about cooperation.
Milking the dinosaur franchise once again, and still OK fare for kiddies.
There are sufficient action scenes, however, to keep small persons attentive, and enough plot (the valley where the creatures live runs out of water and they argue over rationing while searching for a new source) to hold the action together.
These movies are always good family fun.
... sweet and harmless little story that will delight kids who are into the series, but the underdeveloped and formulaic story line will disappoint adult viewers.
All you need to do is see the title to know you oughta stay away from it, right? Seriously, the first Land Before Time is the only one worth watching.
all the sequels were fantastic its just a shame that after the first Don Bluth had no involvement in them but there just as fantastic without him
I think this is where the series took a turn for the worst. They had an entire musical element to this, which really made me lose all faith. The animation was degraded even further and the dialogue is even more corny. I think it should've been left as one movie.
Slight improvement over number 2. The Time of the Great Giving has Littlefoot and Co. trying to find water for the great valley. I had weird flashbacks during this film, as a trailer for it was on the Balto VHS I used to own. So certain lines transported me back 14 years. The songs aren't as bad and are easily ignorable. There are some good messages here, not just about the obvious kiddie sharing crap, but also a message for parents on trying to teach and control their children with anger. It feels as though we get a lot more of the adults here, and there are enough action sequences to keep the pace going.
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