The Good Dinosaur: A Good Movie Indeed

Hi guys! I know months have already passed since 2015 ended, but I still haven’t posted my last entry for my 2015 Disney Movie Challenge. The challenge basically involves watching 10 movies released by Disney last year and writing a review for each. I only watched the last on my list, The Good Dinosaur, yesterday. So here’s the review to conclude my challenge! (Better late than never right?)

The Good Dinosaur is a Pixar film released last November and it is about Arlo, the youngest dinosaur in a family of five. He struggles to accomplish his tasks unlike his siblings which leads him to still not making a mark to his family. ( Which is symbolized by marking a mud-print on the family’s corn silo) This is because Arlo is really shy and a coward which even makes the simplest tasks harder for him. When tragedy strikes his father and he ends up away from his family, Arlo tries conquers his fears and finds his way back home. Along the way, he makes friends with a critter named Spot who didn’t have his family anymore. As the movie ended, the two parted ways because Spot found a new family where he belonged. Despite Spot not wanting to leave Arlo, Arlo insisted that Spot needed someone who understands him, a family where he belongs. Finally, Arlo was back home and he proved that he does indeed deserve a “mark”.

First things first, I thought that the graphics of the movie were really cute. Although there were some scenes that were a little cringe-worthy for kids, the movie was still good. My favorite scene would have to be the final hug between Arlo and Spot (the pic above!!) and it shows that there are times when we have to sacrifice for the people we care about. What I really loved the most was the message and theme of the film because it’s really inspiring. The movie teaches us that the only way to overcome our fears is to face it, and that is a sign of true bravery. A family friendly film that teaches good virtues, The Good Dinosaur should be on your movies-to-watch list!!

P.S. FINALLY THANK GOD I FINISHED MY MOVIE CHALLENGE WOO CONGRATS SELF

 

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18 thoughts on “The Good Dinosaur: A Good Movie Indeed

  1. Congrats on finishing your movie challenge. I haven’t seen this movie yet and I don’t think my kids have either but I think I will have to get it for them. I think they would like it!

  2. It looks like something my brother would enjoy. The last graphics is so cute, and the challenge idea is awesome as well! Keep up great work and thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. I have three littles, ages 1 to 7, and they loved this movie along with my husband and I! It was absolutely adorable and definitely a tear jerker! It’s an instant favorite in our household.

  4. What a great challange idea 😀 i haven’t seen cartoon movies for ages, actually I have’t seen any movies for some time now. Your post remind me that should be done more often. It’s littel bit like reading a book – you can go to a totally different world for that moment. Very nice post, thank you:)

  5. Yay! Congrats on finishing your challenge. That’s a pretty good challenge to do, seems like it would be a lot of fun. This is a movie that I actually haven’t seen, but I’m going to put it on my watch list. Thank you so much.

  6. That movie made me cry! It’s so cute and teaches good values. Congratulations on finishing you challenge.

  7. I didn’t hear of this movie before but it looks very cute and as children love dinosaurs, I think it’s a good choice for them to watch. It has been a while since a dinosaur movie last has been made.

  8. yes, congrats to accomplishing your goal! great job with the review as well… I watched this movie with my kids early this year and we all loved it!

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