Walking With Dinosaurs, new film


This video is called Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie – London Gala Screening.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Film: Walking With Dinosaurs (U)

Friday 20th December 2013

Walking With Dinosaurs (U)

Directed by Barry Cook and Neil Nightingale

5 Stars

This film captures the world of dinosaurs in a way never experienced before on screen.

Set 70 million years ago in Alaska, it follows the life of Patchi, an energetic young Patchyrhinosaurus

sic: Pachyrhinosaurus

who has to learn fast to survive in a prehistoric habitat of fascinating creatures and majestic nature.

There is a continual presence of danger, mostly in the form of Gorgon, a cunning and relentless Gorgosaurus. Always on the lookout of his next meal, Gorgon is a turbo-charged T Rex. While leading his family on their annual migration Patchi’s father dies and he’s left with with his older brother Scowler, who is big, strong, single-minded and who takes on any challenge to lead the herd. He loves Patchi, though sometimes there is a sibling rivalry.

Patchi must summon a different kind of courage to approach Juniper, a pretty Patchyrinosaurus female. He triumphs against all odds to become a hero for his herd and for the age.

This is a fascinating film, totally successful in creating a unique world. The dinosaurs are really believable as is the intense action is intense and you’ll be transported to the time of the dinosaurs, sharing their adventures. Utterly enjoyable.

Rita Di Santo

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