Dinotopia

Dinotopia

Dinotopia

  • Genre: Dinotopia
  • Release Date: 2002-05-14
  • Episodes: 3
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
6.4/10
6.4
From 15 Ratings

Description

Two brothers discover a land that time forgot, where dinosaurs still roam freely. Based on the bestselling books by James Gurney, it's up to the two brothers to protect this prehistoric place from dangerous carnivores, ominous outlaws, and mysterious falling sunstones. It’s the adventure of a lifetime—thousands of lifetimes ago.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 DINOTOPIA - The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 1:28:10 Season Only Buy on iTunes
2 DINOTOPIA - The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 1:26:40 Season Only Buy on iTunes
3 DINOTOPIA - The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 1:25:46 Season Only Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • A Wonderful Adventure

    5
    By KJ_Bob
    Well worth watchiing and re-watching. The plot from James Gurney's books is straightforward yet engaging, as we observe the brothers' characters develop. Add Trevor Jones' melodic score and animals from Jim Henson's Creature Shop, and what's there not to like?
  • AWESOME MOVIE

    5
    By Bigschiuma
    i love this show it is amazing and it has a great story
  • Great Story

    5
    By JRRiker
    Fantastic fantasy
  • Nice Adventure-Liberal Politics and only in SD

    4
    By cosmiccath
    This was a well done series, and once one gets past the liberal political correctness, anti-violence agenda behind the producer’s vision, the only thing preventing the mini-series from being totally entertaining is the fact that this was, and still is, in SD (640 x 480) format. It was not even upscaled, but remains 4:3 and low resolution. I suppose it would be tolerable on a small screen LCD player in a car, but this already somewhat grainy film will be substandard in terms of its overall appearance on any modern screen. It is nice that this is now available for another generation of viewers, and despite its stiff acting and political programming, it is a very creative vision brought to the (slightly less than BIG) screen true to the creator’s own vision. Artistically this is a little masterpiece, and it makes a great kids afternoon escape from one reality, to one a little more benign. On this basis it receives my recommendation.

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