Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

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Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

#1 Post by scootermcc » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:24 am

Thought that this was pretty poor,then again it is for children and not for old folk like me.

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Re: Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

#2 Post by TheyCallMeMrGlass » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:56 am

So no Kenneth Branagh narrative? :) As its a BBC affiliated film, I'm sure the title is rather deliberate to also sell their DVD Walking with Dinosaurs TV series (which was absolutely brilliant).

From the trailer it seemed like a rip-off of the Disney's 1990 Dinosaur...ie journey to find a habitat after surviving the initial impact of the meteor. Disney's film is I expect superior even though its the lesser of Disney animated movies particularly with its incredible first all out use of CGI.
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Re: Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

#3 Post by RAZORBACK » Sat Dec 21, 2013 3:28 pm

Went to this (in 2D) earlier today and actually quite enjoyed it, yes it's geared towards children but the story is engaging enough & visually this film is at times quite breathtaking.

Overall it did just enough to get a 7/10 from me...
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Re: Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

#4 Post by missunique » Tue Dec 24, 2013 10:52 am

Went to watch this yesterday, I was not expecting what I saw. Thought it was gonna be a kids version of Jurassic park. I fell asleep the kids really enjoyed it though. I wouldn't recommend seeing it after a hectic day. But a family Sunday movie for the kids.
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