This sequel does have disappointingly lacklustre animation, complete with choppy editing, and the music is forgettable at best. They have fun songs, good animation and our great gang of friends that are always a joy to see on screen. It's very clichéd and makes for a lame movie. Released by on November 18, 1988, the first film spawned with thirteen and as well as merchandise. Neither the sequels nor the series involve the participation of Bluth, Lucas, or Spielberg. I heard from a source that this movie also had a lower budget.
I don't know if they were told to do it that way, but it doesn't sell as well as some of their other fabulous work on the other Land Before Time sequels. With that taken care of, I will tell you why I gave this movie a seven out of ten rating. The first song in unnecessary and annoying, the second song is unnecessary and annoying and the third song is unnecessary and annoying! They are not nauseatingly sweet or overly simplistic. Seriously, those were every joke surrounding the yellow bellies! I have very literally never, in my entire life, been so disappointed by a motion picture. Throughout all films, they embark upon adventures, learning lessons about life and friendship along the way. This is one of the two we didn't have and we enjoyed this one just as much as the others.
The Land Before Time movies have always been a big hit with us. One or two of the songs were kind of catchy, but if you notice, it's a leap back from what Michele Brourman and Amanda McBroom normally do. . It consisted of one season of 26 episodes, and officially premiered on in the United States on March 5, 2007, after the release of. The sequels have generally been met with mixed reception with several fans of the original disregarding the sequels, while others have embraced the sequels into the canon of the story. Now when this movie starts it's pretty standard for this series, and it looks like we're getting a plot about Littlefoot losing his confidence and having to gain it back.
The series began in 1988 with the eponymous , directed and produced by and executive produced by and. It is a bright upbeat film but seems to be somewhat lacking in the plot a little. It just extends into an even more pointless movie as the gang helps the yellow bellies around. Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons. Other cons are clichéd and lazy dialogue, an episodic plot and the voice acting is only variable, some are good but others are not great at all. Someone obviously really wants us to like them so they shove as many as they can in our face as they can.
The Sharptooth momentarily takes Petrie down with him, but he later emerges unharmed. Loofah and Doofah seem to be too clumsy to find the way back, so Littlefoot and the others decide to help their new friends while sharing important life lessons called Wisdoms along the way. One even has a massive scar and he can't do anything! Actually, that pretty much sums up the entire movie, unnecessary and annoying! Choices can depend as much upon feelings as upon wisdom. This movie is the cancer that is killing film. Its model is nothing less than the life-cycle saga of Bambi, and that Bluth gets even half the way there is proof of a major talent. Once I saw it and realized what important lessons it was teaching my child, I had to buy a copy.
It was more of a moral-learning story than anything else, and even then, the morals were a little bit too easy to recognize. It starts off pretty normal and fun. I know people say she is bratty, but here she is really bratty. Searching for remaining growth, they discover a single leaf-bearing tree, and obtain food by stacking up atop each other and pulling it down. Littlefoot, Cera, Spike, Petrie and Ducky are excited to meet two goofy and lovable yellow-bellied Beipiaosauruses, Loofah and Doofah, who have lost their way while traveling to the distant Berry Valley.
They mix up the dino eras a bit, but it is easy to forgive them because the characters are really pretty timeless. Spielberg and Lucas thought that some scenes in the movie would appear too dark and intense for young children. Okay back to the yellow bellies for one final time, what is with the comedy surrounding them?! Seriously, there's one scene in the canyon where the yellow bellies are sitting there eating berries while there are Sharpteeth running towards them! During the ensuing struggle, a draft from the Sharptooth's nostrils enables Petrie to fly for the first time. Wiley Danik Thomas 8 December 4, 2001 John Loy 9 December 10, 2002 Characters: Jay Bixsen 10 December 2, 2003 John Loy Characters: Executive producer: James Wang Associate producer: Daniel J. By the time they reach Berry Valley, Littlefoot realizes that even though the Yellow Bellies don't follow his Wisdoms very well, their silly techniques work just fine. Sometimes even the main gang was acting out of character.
But as time goes on, you seem to notice the humor is a little different, the words are more basic, and it just keeps getting wilder from there. My child brought the The Wisdom of Friends as a checkout from the library. I've seen every Land Before Time and this is by far the worst one ever! Like I said his thing about losing confidence is very interesting and I wanted to see that resolved at the very least. They decide that the herd are never going to get home without help. This movie is the worst thing every animated, and doesn't deserve to have been made.