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Littlefoot and his pals set off in search of a "stone of cold fire" that fell from the night sky. Since he's the only one who has seen it though, nobody really believes him. Petrie's uncle Pterano offers support only because he thinks the stone has secret powers and wants it for himself but conceals this from the rest. The young dinos must figure out the truth, before Pterano gets the power. Written by
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This is getting hard to swallow
Look at these wings/Look at this beak
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I used to be obsessed with this film (and some of the other Land Before Time sequels), but now that I am older, I have been able to give another analysis. This seventh installment in the series is just like the other sequels, it's not as good as the original (not even close in fact), however, I did enjoy this movie for a few reasons. For one thing, I enjoyed it for some of the funny bits, and another reason is that like the previous movies, the animation is rather good for a movie that was a direct to video production. From myself, the seventh film gets a rating of seven.
This is also the last movie in The Land Before Time series that is worth watching, as after this, the sequelitis of the series really began to kick up, and by the time the last one was released, it was now obvious and plainly visible that the credibility of the series had run out. However, this one was somewhat of an exception, as while it still is not as outstanding as the original, it's better than the sixth film. But once again, the film was hurt by the rather childish sing along elements, which the original did not have, instead, it had a lot of dark elements instead of childish elements.
Oh well, this seventh installment in the series is good nevertheless, as it's got some funny parts in it. Of course, the original will forever remain a masterpiece of animation, something that the sequels fall short of achieving. Although I did somewhat enjoy the first couple of sequels, I wouldn't have been sad if no sequels had been made in the first place, because like I said earlier, they are inferior to the fabulous original. So all in all, this film is far from being a perfect film, but it's still good, and hey, you may end up enjoying it a whole lot more than I did.
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