>There is going to be another one
I still can't process it.
>There's a nine-year difference between this movie and the last
Why didn't they let it stay dead
It's the curse of Dinosaur animated films.
Even You are Umasou couldn't escape it with that horrible korean made sequel it got where Heart literally only shows to tell the new T-Rex protagonist he's a cool guy.
Also that pink one from the tv series.
People are saying this'll probably be the movie that explains how he had and Ruby managed to convince the adults to let them live in the valley.
Any damage done by the sequels is already a foregone conclusion, so why not? The sequels have enough fans that they're still profitable, and people will who hate them aren't gonna think the series is any more ruined by having another by this point.
How is this blasphemy? She loved Ducky-- she loved her so much that they put 'Yep yep yep' on her headstone. She would have been delighted to see her little friend went on and had so many adventures.
The best sequel is ten. Check that out, and if you like it, then you should check out the others (although ten has the biggest impact if you saw the movies that came before it. Kinda like how Turn A gundam is best watched after seeing the other shows first).
Because Universal Studios are heartless fuckers who didn't give their animation studio shit to work with and still expected them to be profitable, so Universal Animation Studios used the sequels as their one consistent life line to meet their quota because they were literally given nothing else except Balto 2 and the Curious George movie. The fact that they managed to make it as far as they did is astonishing.
Jesus Christ! I don't need these feels.
EVERYONE was making musicals when these first started getting made back in 1992-- even Bluth Himself was doing it by that point. The Disney renissance was in full swing and companies knew they had to copy it to survive. So, yeah, that's why.
LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR
Would it be too risky to make them grow up?
Impossible to tell. The LBT series are masters at completely hiding the tone of their films in their adverts. 10 and 8 were really somber and 11 was really harsh, yet you'd never get the impression if you go back and see how they were marketed.
I'll say this: I doubt it'll be worse than 13
The series was what got me back into it. Was flipping through the channels one day and boom, there was Chomper, one of my favorite fictional characters growing up and finally in more media like I'd always wanted. So yeah, I've seen it. I liked it: I really doubt most others would.
>a permian prequel and call it The Time Before Land
Shit, I actually kinda want this now.
Littlefoot lies to save his ass and blames it on a bunch of tiny dinosaurs. The tiny dinosaurs get treated like vermin by the adults of the valley. Littlefoot confesses to his friends and they refuse to speak to him. Also Cera's dad remarries.
Kids have no clue what LBT is, CN doesn't even play them anymore
Who the fuck are they selling this to?
Universal literally would have better luck with another Minions movie or even some Pseudo-sequel animated Jurassic Park movie
The first 6 sequels(films 2-7) are the best. 8-10 are okay, with 10 being on the high side. 11-13 are shit and not really worth watching.
The TV series ranges from mediocre to okay. The only reason you'd watch 11-13 or the TV show is to meet the feathered abominations(yellowbellies) they introduced.
If I had to rank them in terms of enjoyability/quality, it'd go
14 doesn't look too bad and I'm hoping that the pink yellowbelly doesn't have a major role because maybe I could cut out those scenes.
Kids who "grew up" with LBT also grew up with the sequels, and know how shit they are and should know to give kids better things to watch
>I bought my little girl the first five
>Anything after the first
You should feel ashamed
That's movie 10, "The Great Longneck Migration", where Littlefoot finally meets his dad.
Not only do " Tinysauruses" make little sense even within the context of the series, but they're absolutely insufferable and annoying things.
You're welcome! Glad to be of help.
Musasaurs are a thing-- at the time of the films release they were accurate in depicting them that small, as their true length wasn't found out till later.
And shut your stupid whore mouth up, one of those fuckers was voiced by Michael Clark Duncan-- they were okay
>straight to DVD
Boii, you have no idea the kind of shitty and abundant sequels/prequels to things that exists in straight to DVD format
Wasn't the last one in 2013 or something?
4 and 7 have probably the best animation out if the sequels. Not as amazing as the original Bluth film, but still great in its own right.
4 also has an amazing moment when they finally
found the nightflowers. The animation in that scene is gorgeous and the music is great too.
The one where Ducky's about to be eaten. One of only two times in the series he speaks if you don't count The TV series, which has one episode where you hear his voice in his own head.
I remember a few years ago someone streamed them all, and what there was of the series too, just one right after another. Taking the piss out of them with people was more fun than the everything except the first movie.
I feel nostalgic about this. LBT may as well continue forever at this point, it's like there is a charm to it.
Do you think it could have another animated series? Mayve a digital exclusive one like Dreamworks has been making for Netflix?
Will they make the jump to cgi?
It is almost a part of its charm now, isn't it? Sort of like the Godzilla movies. That said, they did do a couple of brief moments of 3d animation in the TV series and it was horrendous-- I'll be very sad if they ever go full 3d. But with them bringing back Chomper and Ruby, a new animated series is totally possible.
She's been being voiced by the same voice actress for years now-- I think she took over during film 6. Only Littlefoot and Chomper's voice actors are ever done with actual kids nowadays.