Walking With Dinosaurs 3D Synopsis
This family adventure story centers on an underdog dino as it triumphs to become a hero for the ages.
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By Laremy Legel
Educational content, clever and photorealistic dinosaur CGI, and John Leguizamo voicing a prehistoric bird. What else would one need for a...
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

By Joe Williams
Strange hybrid of science lesson and Saturday-morning cartoon.
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Movie Nation

By Roger Moore
“Walking” takes care to ID each new dinosaur species introduced, including factoids about what they ate and any special skills they might...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
Walking With Dinosaurs takes rewarding advantage of a much bigger budget and state-of-the-art technology to bring its impressive collection...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
The movie for anyone who has dreamed of watching young dinos in love.
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Arizona Republic

By Barbara VanDenburgh
For a film that purports to love dinosaurs, this bigger, flashier Walking With Dinosaurs sure doesn’t trust them to be interesting enough...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

Unfortunately, the only thing that dies harder in the movies than natural selection is careworn cliché, and Barry Cook and Neil...
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New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Poor John Leguizamo, who hopefully got well-paid to voice a stereotypical Latino bird providing a stream of nonsensical narration.
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Boston Globe

By Tom Russo
However well-intentioned the movie may be, it spills over with flat cutesy humor, making a slog out of an experience that should be filled...
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Slant Magazine

By Chris Cabin
The strain to make the film both an educational tool and a child-minded entertainment is noticeable throughout.
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....just, no......

By The rare amylesaurus
I spent $85 to take my family & a friend of my sons to this movie for his 8th b-day. This movie was so bad that my wallet actually started to wail inside of my purse during the movie. This was 1 hr...

Wonderful family movie

By alettow
Our family loved this movie! The movie was visually stunning and the dinosaurs were extremely realistic. There is also a lot of humor throughout. Any young budding paleontologists will surely...

Great Movie for Kids

By camcalis
This movie is both entertaining and educational for children of a wide range of ages. It is in 3d and the effects are amazing. The names of the creatures & whether or not they are herbivore,...

Walking with Dinosaurs 3d

By dggallagher
Myself and 17 old daughter enjoyed the movie very informative but my 8 and 6 old grand daughters where a lost. They like the dinosaurs animation was great but the story line was over their head. ...

Walking with Dinosaurs 3D

By lindaski50
VERY SLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW. Not much to keep your attention. Kids only enjoyed because it was 3D and they hadn't been to the movies for some time. Don't...


By mmaseman
Great for little kids that like Dinosaurs, but the context was all over the place. Not sure if it was supposed to be an animated documentary, or a movie narrated by a bird who spoke but it's beak...

If Your Kid Loves Dinos, They Will Love This Movie

By jking1961
If you go expecting these dinosaurs to sing, dance and form the letter "O" with their beaks, then you'll be disappointed. These dinosaurs act and do as the real ones did - that's the innovation and,...

Great movie for kids under 10 who love dinosaurs!

By Shaysaree3
My 7 yr old grandson loved this movie. No its not a Disney Pixar academy award winner but it is educational and has a few laughs in it. As a grown up I found watching it enjoyable also. Mainly for...

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By ispira
Barely a story. Character development was very weak. Voices were uninteresting and it wasn't always clear which character was speaking. Can't believe they let this out of the can and into theaters....

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Rated PG | For Mild Rude Humor and Creature Action and Peril
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 7+ Thrilling, semi-educational CGI movie with a few scary bits.
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