March of the Dinosaurs

March of the Dinosaurs

Set 70 million years ago in the Cretaceous period in North America, this animated docu/drama follows the journey of a young Edmontosaurus named Scar and his herd as they migrate south for the winter. This film depicts recent findings about Dinosaurs, such as Tyrannosaurs with feathers.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:scar,   water,   river,  

Set 70 million years ago in the Cretaceous period in North America, this animated docu/drama follows the journey of a young Edmontosaurus named Scar and his herd as they migrate south for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


March of the Dinosaurs torrent reviews

Karsh D (kr) wrote: another tour de force from bette Davis as she won't let anything get in her way of achieving wealth and power

Pat H (gb) wrote: It stars me. What else do you need to know? Okay, one more thing: it's awesome. Honest.

Marcus W (ag) wrote: "So, how about we redo Home Alone. But don't put any effort in, anything will do."

Mark S (ru) wrote: Outstanding performance by Maggie Gyllenhaal as the Mother/addict/daughter trying to get her life together one day at a time. Great supporting cast as well, especially Danny Trejo and Giancarlo Esposito, the former as her friend and the latter as her parole officer. Will not be for all tastes as the R rating is well warranted due to extended nudity, adult situations, language and scenes of drug use.

Gergely K (mx) wrote: Csigaterror v (C)rf 1/4rd'!

Gennifer M (ca) wrote: The first part of the movie captured my attention, but it was the only interesting part of the movie. Maybe if I would have read the book my opinion on the movie might be different.

Rhys B (br) wrote: This is another one of those Christmas films that probably only holds it's rating due to nostalgic values and Christmas setting.

Russell H (us) wrote: Too long. Other than that, not bad. Great cast.

Andy G (au) wrote: This film is just so bad it's enjoyable from a humorous perspective. Hasselhoff's acting is actually the best in the movie, which is pretty sad. But the actors can't be blamed from the horrible one-liners. The plot's pretty decent if you can get past those 2 issues.

Danny S (au) wrote: The imagery in Landscapes is wonderful but the message is not. Growing up fast is a hard thing to capture because you need the right amount of connection and plot with help from the child actors. This film has no connection to the children which keeps us at a distance from getting fully involved in the story and message.

Steve A (fr) wrote: "Bound for Glory" succeeds as a biopic because it doesn't stop with Woody Guthrie but tells the story of the time he was living and the world he inhabited as well.

Andrew H (us) wrote: This is quite obviously a film which was made to show how great the British army. It shows this not through violence but through training and camaraderie. There are a lot of little hidden propaganda and patriotic messages within the film too. It is a very uplifting war drama which has a fantastic variation of characters. You have the upper class posh talking manager, the simple shop worker, the Scottish labourer and the middle class salesman to name a few. The message being 'we(TM)re all in it together'. All of these characters are thrown together when they called up for the army. Most of the film is of these soldiers being turned from civilians into soldiers, which is quite good as some of it is quite amusing especially when they have to do the assault course. There is not much action in terms of battles within the film, the only one is towards the end of the film and although it is a well thought out battle scene it does not show the horror of war. The film however is easy to watch and there is always something going on. As far as acting goes all the actors suit their characters very well. David Niven could not be better chosen for the part of Lieutenant Perry who suits the role with his typically British accent but also of his commanding performance within certain scenes within the film. William Hartnell is also perfectly cast as the Sergeant who dominates the scenes which he in. Other actors who stand out for their roles are Stanley Holloway and Raymond Huntley. Peter Ustinov however might as well not have been in the film with the small role he had! Overall a very entertaining patriotic film which has a great array of characters and is very well cast.

Taylor B (jp) wrote: To Clarius Entertainment; good luck making a profit off of this.