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'Dino Time' is coming

Edited by GreenReaper as of Sun 14 Jul 2013 - 07:29
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Have you heard that the animated CGI 3D feature Dino Time, about three children sent back in a time machine to the age of dinosaurs, is coming on December 7th?

Neither had I, but the Cartoon Brew website has its two-minute trailer.

Are the dinos anthropomorphic? Hard to tell from this trailer, but if they are not, at least one of them is REALLY friendly.

Dino TimeThe Cartoon Brew is unusually light on information. Dino Time, also known as Dino Mom, is a U.S.-South Korean production, by “Tolion Production in association with Motif RMC”, directed by Yoon-suk Choi and John Kafka, with the voices of Rob Schneider, Melanie Griffith, Jane Lynch, William Baldwin, and Steve Baldwin.

It was released in South Korea and most Asian countries in 2010. The U.S. distributor is Clarius Entertainment, known for video distribution up to now.

The American Film Market synopsis is:

Three curious kids accidentally trip an egg-shaped time machine into operation and find themselves back 65 million years in the middle of a nest of dinosaur eggs. The first thing they see is a giant [mother] T-Rex staring down at them in happy wonder. They're not food, they're family! Now the kids have just until the real eggs hatch to find their way back to the present, facing other prehistoric monsters and dangers along the way.


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Well, it looks better than Delgo, at least.

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Faint praise, indeed. ANYTHING looks better than Delgo!

Fred Patten

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We're Back, only in the opposite.

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a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics