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Dinosaur

This movie's story must have been computer generated along with its animation. Having various dinosaur species as characters and prehistory as a time frame provides opportunities for awe-inspiring vistas, but the ironic dialogue (they don't know they're going to become extinct) and most of the dinosaurs are examples of the notion that anthropomorphizing something means making it cute. They're stock characters that might as well be deer or lions—but then the illusion of novelty wouldn't last a minute. Ralph Zondag and Eric Leighton directed a screenplay by John Harrison and Robert Nelson Jacobs based on a screenplay by Walon Green. 82 min.

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