Watch: 'A Single Moment' TV Trailer for Pixar's 'The Good Dinosaur'
"A single moment can change everything." Whoa! This looks great. Disney-Pixar have finally unveiled a must see new TV trailer for The Good Dinosaur, their November release, and it's the best look at the movie yet - explaining the story and featuring lots of dialogue. Arlo, an apatosaurus voiced by Raymond Ochoa, gets lost and befriends a human boy, who helps him fight of foes and make new friends. There are some fun lines in this: "If you ain't scared, you ain't alive". I'm really looking forward to it. Two brand new, original Pixar movies in one year! Don't know if I can handle that. This one looks heartfelt and fun. Enjoy!
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.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
I'm sorry Pixar, but I think this just looks awful. Visually stunning, but story-wise, awful. Pixar have always made films the whole family can enjoy, but The Good Dinosaur looks like it's aimed entirely at 3-6 year olds.
Kez on Sep 27, 2015
You may have to eat your words when the film comes out. What exactly are you basing your opinion on? You seem to be making some very specific assumptions. Incidentally, the description in this article; "discovers a human toddler that isn't afraid of these creatures, and they adopt him as their pet." ..Is inaccurate. Having seen some extended clips at Disney's D23 Expo, I can tell you that this film will be enjoyable for the whole family. Definitely not aimed entirely at 3-6 year olds. What If I told you that one of the characters seen in this video dies? The trailers so far have been misleading about certain plot points. If you want to get technical, one could argue that the concept of toys coming to life is also entirely aimed at 3-6 year olds.
DizzyFuss on Sep 27, 2015
Can't agree more. Knowing what I've read and seen from the director, this one looks like it could be special. I'm pretty sure the doubters and haters are gonna be surprised come November.
Movie Bear on Sep 28, 2015
Interesting. It is looking a little more goofy than I initially expected. Hopefully, this wont be another CARS-type situation. I will have to try a little harder to reserve judgement. I still think it looks good.
DAVIDPD on Sep 27, 2015
The ONLY thing I don't really like about this film are the over-all look of the actual dinosaurs, themselves. Too cartoony. Also, ACTUAL *sauropod*, and *ceratopsian*, feet look more like THIS, and THIS:
Mark Brackney on Oct 3, 2015
This looks great can not wait for this one I think it could possibly be at least the second best animated film of the year.
Matthew on Sep 29, 2015
Why Peter Sohn look just like a old version of Russell the Kid from the movie UP.! lol
CL95inc.com on Sep 30, 2015
That's because he actually WAS Pixar's model for creation of Russell from UP!
Movie Bear on Sep 30, 2015
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