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The Land Before Time

Posted by admin | Posted in Movies | Posted on 07-09-2010


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A young brontosaurus is separated from his family and sets off to find the legendary Great Valley. Along the way he meets other young dinosaurs and toAmazon.com
This 1988 animated feature from Don Bluth (An American Tail) focuses on an orphaned young dinosaur, Littlefoot, who has to make his way to the paradise of the Great Valley in order to survive a plague. Along the way, he meets up with some other dinos from different species, and they all bond and tr… More >>

The Land Before Time

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This is one of those films that I expected to enjoy much less than many of my family’s Disney favorites. As it turned out, both my children and my wife and I like the movie immensely.

The touching story of Little Foot, the last remaining member of his family of Brontosauruses (Brontosauri?), is a great adventure as well. He joins up with younger members of other dinosaur families as they all journey to the Great Valley in search of food.

Along the way they encounter hunger, thirst, earthquakes, and, not least of all, the dreaded Sharptooth. The feel of the dinosaur age is well presented and the characters are cute without being saccharine (and they don’t sing!).

The lesson that friends can be friends even though they don’t look like you or act just like you is a nice one for kids to see. The idea that working together is important for reaching a goal is also a valuable one.

Having owned a VHS copy of the movie, I was anxious to see the DVD. The result on this particular version is very dissappointing.

First, the version is full-screen with no wide-screen option. This seems to be a minor problem since most of the action seems to take place center screen. It would have been nice to have the option for widescreen, however.

Secondly, the color and brightness varies widely from scene to scene (and, more jarringly, sometimes within a scene). The opening scene, which starts underwater, is actually darker and less sharp than on the VHS version. In several quiet, close-up scenes the picture will be perfectly exposed and then the picture will shift to a darker look and then back. Very annoying. Various nicks and scratches appear throughout the film – it appears that no effort was made to clean up the video master at all.

There were also no extras on the disc at all, and at the price of this DVD, you would expect a little more than just the movie and chapter selections. Disney issued their first few DVDs with little problems like this: no widescreen option, varying degrees of video quality, etc. They however, have moved to a more consistent product over the last six months. Hopefully, movies like The Land Before Time will be given better treatment in the future. This one in particular deserves better than it got.
Rating: 3 / 5

A lot of people are commenting about how negative and depressing this movie is. Well, not all kids are looking for a rainbows-and-cotton-candy kind of film. This was one of my favorite movies as a child. Sure, maybe I was a little aloof to what was really happening, but I found nothing depressing about the film. Yes, it’s sad and yes the happy ending isn’t a disney-type happy, but I’m sure that doesn’t really matter to most kids.
Rating: 5 / 5

I just recently pulled this video out to watch with my three year old daughter and a flood of emotions surged through my veins. What a masterpiece this truly is! Dinosaurs are a species of animals that have always had a dramatic allure and fascination in regard to younger individuals, and what better way to instruct children in the many aspects of life via a movie of this description? Although some scenes are a bit heavy (i.e. the extremely tragic death of Littlefoot’s mother– a scene that still brings tears to my eyes) there are many others that completely compensate. This movie is heart-warming. Children will definitely become attached to the five main characters in this story and identify with them– the courageous leader Littlefoot, the tempestuous and firey Cera, the innocent and meek Ducky, the comedic and playful Petrie, and the silent and cute Spike. Complete with a gorgeous soundtrack, primarily the beautiful ballad performed by Diana Ross, this is a definitive film pertaining to all aspects of life, one to be enjoyed for eons.
Rating: 5 / 5

I can live with this dvd being only fullscreen (that is supposedly its OAR) but to call this an Anniversary Edition & provide the worst special features ever on dvd is outrageous. Bluth/Spielberg/Lucas should sue Universal to have there names removed from this atrocity & replaced with Alan Smithee. You know when the first “special feature” is “how to use your remote control” that this disc was produced for children 1-5 years old. My 7 year old nephews turn their noses up at it. What a great movie. What a HORRID dvd presentation. Do what you like with the 101 sequels but give us a quality dvd of this classic original movie. PLEASE!
Rating: 1 / 5

I have always loved this movie. Not only is it touching, fun and entertaining, but the animation and music are great! This movie is also a great way to remember Judith Barsi, the awesome young actress who provided the voice of “Ducky”. And so I highly recomend this movie to all ages, young and old.

RIP Judith, you will never be forgotten.
Rating: 5 / 5

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