The good dinosaur had more than just good landscape quality. it has AMAZING quality.
Do you agree? :3
Amazing landscapes? Yep, it was beautiful imho. But it wasn't the better Pixar film from 2015. Pic related.
Pixar is trying too hard to do movies about family and deep emotions all the while ignoring humor. What made a movie like Finding Nemo so great is that it was a fun family movie with lots of humor that happened to have a son/father dynamic that everyone could relate to, but if it weren't for the humor the movie would have been forgettable.
Nah. It was OK, but its well below the bar set by stuff like the incredibles. Then this year will be a nemo rehash and that Hawaiian thing iirc, the latter of which has like no info yet.
For a movie that obviously was never going to be a giant blockbuster hit or anything as good as their other films in previous years, I think the wide shot cinematic shots were very impressive.
Side note: mfw my half arsed rushed post actually got replies >:^)
The idea was borderline stupid.
You literally have to be younger than 15 not to associate dog/slave/pet with something quite more pornographic, and the fact that the little dude is half naked in the movie boggles my mind even further.
Why did nobody say a thing to the screenwriter? Were only sheltered Mormons working on this movie?
Very true. I agree. The humor attempted in The good dinosaur was too trihard like and pretty bad at times.
It will be a forgettable movie for myself, but the landscapes were something I truly enjoyed.
I don't know. Aside from the gorgeous animation and landscape, the tone and the story feels overly familiar with other movies. Even the story execution wasn't that great either, Pixar always masterful with that aspect even though with the familiar trope. I think they really wasted the premise of meteor didn't hit the earth and decided to approach the safer way to tell the story (well, this movie was in development hell in years). Shame for an animation studio that always take a risk in terms of premise like Pixar
I fucking hated it, that the humans moved like dogs. The Croods also had a dog-baby-caveman. Every fucking animated movie has some sort of doglike behaving character. It grinds my gears, because it is so cheap
It was a very pretty film, I'll give them that, but I thought the writing in general was garbage and the narrative was boring
I didn't get why they had to be dinosaurs, either; I felt like it didn't add ANYTHING and worse actually distracted from the rest of the material
Worse, seeing the dinosaurs doing very human things like fucking farming just made the movie feel weird to me
Not to mention that none of the trailers or tv-spots even hinted at it basically being a Disney take on Western films
The whole thing just felt incongruous and disjointed
Anyone else kind of felt misled by the original trailer?
Based on that, it looked like this wasn't going to be just a typical CG children's movie, but more avant garde.
I got the impression that there was going to be minimal dialogue and the movie would instead use other methods of telling the story. Then, on the second trailer, they just admitted it was gonna be a regular movie.
>I got the impression that there was going to be minimal dialogue and the movie would instead use other methods of telling the story
They went as far as making the first half of Wall-E like that. That was risky as hell, I doubt they'll try it again in a full-length feature.