Those three words must have been pronounced by some other people out there that care about dinosaurs and their look to modern society.
I admit I had still hope for this film, that gave us (or at least, me) the illusion of a changing. Some day ago, when I read the film has been dubbed for young audiences I understood this was going to be just another animated movie to entertain children. I don't know why I wasn't so scared when I saw the second trailer in which the voices were already there. Maybe I hoped it was just the trailer to attract children and force their parents to watch it.
's article, that you can read here ktboundary-smnt2000.blogspot.i… , gives more clues that feed my sadness. I actually feel like someone punched me in the stomach. And now that the movie is drowning in bad reviews, it's a real pity that it could have been a great thing just without those voices.
Small features can modify drastically the look of anything, even the biggest thing.
This film is even worse than I expected. I thought it was just the voice-acting that ruined the experience, but I was so wrong. Pop music, the facial expressions (mostly eye expressions), the plot itself, the extreme antropomorphism of the characters, the way they act and interact in the envoirnment which is completely unnatural and typical of humans; it deeply disappointed me.
And it's not just that: the film itself is boring and dumb, one of those films in which you get bored and you want to do something else in the middle of the film, when you start thinking at something else and you're looking forward to ending it as soon as possible.
I am so sorry for that. I am so, so sorry.