Full-Length Trailer for Pixar's New Adventure 'The Good Dinosaur'

July 21, 2015
Source: YouTube

The Good Dinosaur

Disney-Pixar has debuted a must-see full-length trailer for Pete Sohn's The Good Dinosaur, their new adventure into another time. The Good Dinosaur takes place in a world where the dinosaurs never died off and became the dominate species on Earth. One of them is named Arlo, voiced by Raymond Ochoa, and he comes across a small human. The two eventually become friends, and the rest is history. This beautiful trailer is already hitting me right in the heart with emotions and scenes it shows. I love the music, I love the score, I just want to see this already. It looks like another wonderfully original Pixar creation. Must watch!

Here's the full-length theatrical trailer for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur, direct from YouTube:

The Good Dinosaur is directed by Peter Sohn (director of Partly Cloudy, animator on The Incredibles and WALL-E). Dinosaurs are the dominant species on Earth (since the asteroid missed and they lived on for millions of years). One day one of the dinos, named Arlo (voiced by Raymond Ochoa) discovers a human toddler that isn't afraid of these creatures, and they adopt him as their pet. A.J. Buckley and Anna Paquin voice the T-Rex's Nash and Ramsey, while Jeffrey Wright and Frances McDormand voice Arlo's Poppa and Momma. Disney will release Pixar's The Good Dinosaur in theaters everywhere starting November 25th.

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  • Jon Odishaw
    All Pixar does is make movies that hit me in the feels.
      CARS 2?
      • Jon Odishaw
        I actually didnt see that one OR cars 1. They are the only ones I haven't seen.
      • theslayer5150
        I am in the minority I suppose for enjoying CARS and the story it told, probably because my father enjoyed driving old route 66 when he was younger, before it was left to fall apart. CARS 2...well, it was ok I guess but could have been so much better.
        • DAVIDPD
          I have respect for CARS because it was Paul Newman's last film. And to be honest, CARS was a good (7/10) movie. // CARS 2 was decent (6/10). People just lose perspective because most Pixar films are 9.5/10.
  • OfficialJab
    This trailer is incredible too, but I can't shake the feeling that I'm being misdirected and it will really be dopier than it looks. And I think it's all because of the way this lead dinosaur looks. Nothing wrong with a goofy buddy adventure from Pixar of course, but that's not what I'm being shown.
  • Ben
    The Good Dinosaur -or- How to Train Your Caveman
  • backwardsprogress
    The landscape in this trailer looks incredible. The lighting, the clouds, the shadows, and the colors all looks amazing. Total eye candy. But the dinosaur looks like a poorly drawn comic. WTF...
    • TheOct8pus
      I think the dinosaur looks like a well drawn comic at least....
    • Terry Craig
      The other dinosaurs look even lamer imo.. esp. what I think were Tyranosauruses. Just awkwardly bland-lookin' things.
  • TheOct8pus
    Surely this will be better than Jurassic World
    • Jon Odishaw
      Shouldn't be too hard
  • Yikes! Two in one year? Is crying during a trailer a good sign?
    Look very good. The song choice was quite excellent as well. The plot kind of reminds me of ICE AGE, which I don't think is a bad thing at all.
  • theslayer5150
    I have a feeling that, based on how the other characters and creatures look, that the lead dinosaur's "looks" will be part of the story or at least play into it somehow, maybe he is teased on his looks and is somewhat a loner, who knows. But clearly the filmmakers could have improved his appearance, and knowing Pixar's track record for attention to detail (and the fact the movie's production was delayed for story rewites and other reasons if I recall correctly), I think the dino's looks are deliberate in relation to the movie and story.
  • Terry Craig
    I can't stomach Pixar's new films... Maybe it's me, but their earlier great films (Nemo, Toy Story, Monsters Inc, etc) had their wistful and nostalgic and/or sad moments sneak up on the viewer after the movies have earned the audience's sympathy. Now it seems to just cut straight to it and looks just manipulative and calculated to "hit in the feels" (as everyone and their moms are calling it), which makes me just roll my eyes. I think they've become like that ever since they've joined Disney, actually.
    • grimjob
      Goddamn "Up".
      • Terry Craig
        I think 'Up' is half great, half mediocre. The main antagonist and the talking dogs really didn't sit well with the other great parts imo.
        • grimjob
          It was decent. The times where they went for the heart strings when he was missing his wife was overkill. I don't watch those movies to try not to well up.
        • I'd agree with the half and half assessment of UP. I'd also say the same thing applied (even more so) to Wall-E. First half is brilliant, second half is unremarkable.
  • grimjob
    Dig that cast.
  • LV 426
    Am sure its all in some wee boys head and in reality he is just playing with a toy Dino and a toy doll to make up his little adventure, THE END ;O)
  • The cartoon style of the dinosaur seems out of whack with the design of the other characters and environment. I love Pixar but this story doesn't grab me either. I'm hoping I'm proven wrong.
    • Joshua Addisson Roach
      Every single Pixar movie is this way. Every single one. Every character is stylized compared to the environment. Why is this surprising or out of whack?
      • No. I'd argue that stylistically they've all complemented each other. (Brilliantly). I'm just going off of initial viewings of the trailer so I'm very happy to be proven wrong when I go to see it at the cinema. Just to my eye it seems rather jarring. And the title, The 'good' Dinosaur, What. Were the others all bad? That seems a bit harsh. Nazi, maybe even ISIL dinosaurs? Will this movie be Pixars 'Sophie's Choice'?
        • Joshua Addisson Roach
          I guess I am specifically talking about both Finding Nemo and Wall-E. They both have photorealistic environments and semi-cartoony to cartoony characters. In Wall-E, everything is incredibly realistic visually. They even use a live-action Fred Willard. But the humans in the end are hyper-cartoony. All the sea animals (except for the whales) have large, human eyes and are stylized with high-detailed and textured skin - just like Arlo is in this teaser. It is nothing new other than these environments we are seeing in The Good Dinosaur are the most-hyper realistic seen to date in any movie - animated or otherwise
  • Duane
    Hol' up.... 2 Pixar movies in one year?
    • Mark Brackney
      Yep, you bet your ASS, son!
      • Duane
        Lol. Does this mean we potentially get to see a Pixar vs Pixar Oscar race in two categories ( animated feature and short)?
        • Mark Brackney
          DAMN, man.... I did not even THINK about that, bro. Darn...
  • MLTC
    Looks promising!
  • Mark Brackney
    Ah, yes, the Pleistocene... a time when long-horned steppe bison, snakes with limbs, and cute, talking, cartoony dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Scary.
  • Jamie Holmes
    This is better. Not to complecated.. The last one threw my son of. The only thing worth writing about is the conflict of the human heart. So it dos not have to be complicated...




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