Thank you Sue, I just saw this film and I would have to say you nailed it with the emotional ups and downs, it came to a great close.
There was one point in the film for me where my eyes started to wonder, but it picked right back up after the Bowler guy went to go fetch the T-Rex. Good hearted, uplifting and encouraging film. I loved the Chip and Dale short, Working For Peanuts. That was a pleasant surprise, as Sue noted. Also loved the Walt quote integrated into the film.
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Overall I liked the movie. There were a couple issues I had, but I still liked it. It's DEFINATELY better than some past productions. I actually liked Brother Bear. CL & Dino are on par to me. HotR is probably the poorest production in my book. But I can still enjoy them.
I'd rather watch MTR more than Blades of Glory again.
"You're not thinking fourth dimensionally!" -Back to the Future
"With this place, I wanted to give them something real, something that wasn't an illusion, something they could see and touch. An aim devoid of merit."
My biggest problem was the fact that they introduced us to around 10 characters during a musical number, what happened to character development.
I liked Chicken Little, Brother Bear and Dinosaur, and at least Home on the Range had a somewhat followable story line.
I don't bother with straight to DVD releases...
That part of the movie was the closest to the book though, they were characters that needed no development. Like the uncle that like canons...thats what he does..he like canons..that's it.. the character has been developed. I didn't need to hear a story about how he saw his first canon, its unimportant, he's just a side character that likes canons.