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Rated PG · 92 minutes · 2015

Adventure, Animated, Comedy
A boy-and-his-dog story where the boy is a talking dinosaur and the dog is a little grunting caveman, The Good Dinosaur is one of Pixar's best. It's just about guaranteed to make you laugh and also probably cry, and it's gorgeous to look at. All of these things come together in The Good Dinosaur, a movie that you should go see on a big screen so that you can remember, if only for a couple of hours, that life isn't always terrible. Oh, terrible things happen, for sure, both in life and in The Good Dinosaur—this thing opens with a tragedy that makes Bambi's mom getting shot seem like a minor inconvenience. And it isn't long after that until young, anxious Apatosaurus Arlo (voiced by Raymond Ochoa) finds himself lost in the wilderness, desperate to find his way back home, even as an annoying pipsqueak caveman, Spot (Jack Bright), grunts and crawls after him wherever he goes. Do Arlo and Spot eventually become friends? What do you think. Do they become best friends? Of course they do, but there's also legitimate danger. The world is a legitimately big, scary place, The Good Dinosaur says, and the only way to survive it is to accept both its complexity and danger (100 min.).
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Director: Peter Sohn
Producer: Denise Ream
Cast: Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, Maleah Padilla, Ryan Teeple, Jack McGraw, Marcus Scribner, Raymond Ochoa, Jack Bright, Peter Sohn, Steve Zahn, Mandy Freund, Steven Hunter, A.J. Buckley, Anna Paquin, Sam Elliott, Dave Boat, Carrie Paff and John Ratzenberger


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