The Good Dinosaur

An epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Momma (voice): Frances McDormand
  • Arlo (voice): Raymond Ochoa
  • Poppa (voice): Jeffrey Wright
  • Thunderclap (voice): Steve Zahn
  • Butch (voice): Sam Elliott
  • Ramsey (voice): Anna Paquin
  • Earl (voice): John Ratzenberger
  • Nash (voice): A.J. Buckley
  • Buck (voice): Marcus Scribner
  • Forrest Woodbush (voice): Peter Sohn
  • Young Libby (voice): Maleah Nipay-Padilla
  • Spot (voice): Jack Bright
  • Young Buck (voice): Ryan Teeple
  • Young Arlo (voice): Jack McGraw
  • Downpour (voice): Mandy Freund
  • Coldfront (voice): Steven Clay Hunter
  • Bubbha (voice): David Boat
  • Lurleane (voice): Carrie Paff
  • Pervis (voice): Calum Grant

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Andrew Stanton
  • Executive Producer: Lee Unkrich
  • Story: Bob Peterson
  • Executive Producer: John Lasseter
  • Original Music Composer: Mychael Danna
  • Thanks: Darla K. Anderson
  • Production Design: Harley Jessup
  • Art Direction: Bryn Imagire
  • Lighting Manager: Sarah Jo Helton
  • Supervising Animator: Michael Venturini
  • Lighting Supervisor: Tim Best
  • Post Production Supervisor: Paul Cichocki
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Shannon Mills
  • Original Music Composer: Jeff Danna
  • Sound Designer: Craig Berkey
  • Director of Photography: Sharon Calahan
  • Set Supervisor: David Munier
  • Story: Peter Sohn
  • Conductor: Nicholas Dodd
  • Casting Director: Kevin Reher
  • Editor: Stephen Schaffer
  • Associate Producer: Mary Alice Drumm
  • Thanks: Josh Cooley
  • Story Supervisor: Kelsey Mann
  • Executive Music Producer: Chris Montan
  • Casting Director: Natalie Lyon
  • Producer: Denise Ream
  • Story: Erik Benson
  • Production Manager: Ann Brilz
  • Music Supervisor: Tom MacDougall
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Bob Whitehill
  • Editorial Manager: Gillian Libbert
  • Music Editor: Erich Stratmann
  • Story: Meg LeFauve
  • Layout: Colin Bohrer
  • Animation Manager: Shannon Ryan
  • Art Direction: Matt Nolte
  • Art Direction: Noah Klocek
  • Assistant Editor: Thomas Gonzales
  • First Assistant Editor: C.J. Hsu
  • Director of Photography: Mahyar Abousaeedi
  • Thanks: Michael Fong
  • Second Film Editor: Anthony J. Greenberg
  • Additional Storyboarding: James S. Baker
  • Effects Supervisor: Jon Reisch
  • Art Department Manager: Megan Bartel
  • Editorial Manager: Cathleen Carmean
  • Assistant Editor: Christopher Zuber
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Kenny Pickett
  • Production Office Assistant: Tim Power
  • Lighting Manager: Jesus Martinez
  • Lighting Supervisor: Jonathan Pytko
  • Compositing Lead: Esdras Varagnolo
  • Post Production Supervisor: Cynthia Slavens
  • Art Direction: Huy K. Nguyen
  • Story Manager: Sally Garbarini
  • Production Office Assistant: Laura Finell
  • Assistant Editor: Katie Schaefer
  • Layout: Arjun Rihan
  • Visual Effects: Matthew Webb
  • Script Supervisor: Crosby Clyse

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > Arlo and Spot’s adventure to the Clawtooth Mountain.

    To be honest, I have been looking forward this since the day I came to know about it. But it took so long to come out, even the Windows OS has upgraded thrice since then. After all these years, now I feel this is not what I wanted. It should have been different, especially the story. It was a fine animation, including all the technical aspect had no issues, but the story was not convincing.

    Seemed just like another version of ‘The Croods’. In fact, crossover between these two would be awesome like the boy from this and the family from other title as an original family who lost each other for some reason. But the trouble is, both are from the different production house and coming together is a tough task.

    The civilised dinosaurs? That’s kind of weird, but in a children’s story and animation, all are fair. So I turned into one and enjoyed it. Apatosaurus are farmers, T-Rex are cowboys, yeah whole new perspective, apart from the humans who are still in lower on the chart of dominance and intelligent.

    In my opinion, I’m being honest with what I felt. The theme about self discovery and to throw away fear is inspiring for the little children. At a same time, it is not a freshly developed story, kind of reminds ‘The Lion King’. I know they’re not same, but the initial parts are, between father and son. You can watch it once or twice, because it is not a boring film, but not the best.


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