We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

1993, Kids & family/Fantasy, 1h 12m

16 Reviews 10,000+ Ratings

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Movie Info

Four fun-loving dinosaurs take a trip to New York City, courtesy of Capt. Neweyes (Walter Cronkite). The time-traveling alien is intent on bringing some joy to the lives of the children of the Big Apple. After eating a potion to boost their smarts and cuddliness, Tyrannosaurus Rex (John Goodman), Triceratops Woog (René Le Vant), Pterodactyl Elsa (Felicity Kendal) and Hadrosaur Dweeb (Charles Fleischer) hit the town! But trouble soon arrives when Neweyes' evil brother hatches a devious plot.

Cast & Crew

Jay Leno
Vorb
Voice
Rhea Perlman
Mother Bird
Voice
Blaze Berdahl
Buster
Voice
Julia Child
Dr. Bleeb
Voice
Walter Cronkite
Captain Neweyes
Voice
Kenneth Mars
Professor Screweyes
Voice
Joe Shea
Louie
Voice
Martin Short
Stubbs the Clown
Voice
Yeardley Smith
Cecilia
Voice
Kathleen Kennedy
Executive Producer
Frank Marshall
Executive Producer
Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer
Thomas Dolby
Original Music
James Horner
Original Music
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Critic Reviews for We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

Audience Reviews for We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

  • Dec 10, 2018
    A goofy kid's film, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story is a little too juvenile for most audiences. The story follows a group of dinosaurs that are given a brain enhancing food by a time-traveler who then transports them to the 20th century to entertain children at the New York Museum, and along the way they make friends with two children who are running off to join the circus. The casting is fairly impressive, featuring the voice talents of John Goodman, Yeardley Smith, Jay Leno, Martin Short, and Walter Cronkite. However, the writing is rather poor and is extremely heavy handed. And the animation isn't very good; looking dark and grungy. It may entertain the kiddies, but We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story aims too low to be enjoyed by anyone else.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    Another fun animated Dinosaur movie for kids that I liked when I was young. It's really good, it's based on a kids book if I remember correctly. And it's just a fun movie.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jan 13, 2010
    I've always loved how bizarre this movie is. It looks extremely different from anything you usually see, mainly due to the fact that it's about Dinosaurs with thinking minds and living in New York. It's got a nice demented plot about a circus freak trying to turn kids into zombie slaves.
    Conner R Super Reviewer
  • Apr 11, 2007
    WOOOO!!! Childhood love. Scary though.
    Jezzy A Super Reviewer

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