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Is the series as good as the original film? No, though we are talking about one of the most beautiful and most poignant animated movies there is here. Is it better than the sequels? I do think so, I thought the first two sequels, Stone of Cold Fire and the Saurus Rock one were decent but most of the others were kind of Eh for me. This is not a bad series, and in all honesty I was expecting it to be. The songs for me were not that great, and most of them were even annoying. The animation quality is uneven, at times it is nice and colourful but there are others where it does lack fluidity. I wouldn't say that Ruby is a bad character, she has her moments but you do question what the point of her is. However, while it is somewhat childish that is not necessarily a bad thing considering the main target audience. The dialogue is simple and often sweet and well meaning, and the stories are light-hearted with touches of cuteness and fun. The characters are likable too with their own personalities, Ducky and Chomper are adorable without being overly so, and I liked that Littlefoot is the thinker and Cera- who is less of a brat than she is in the later sequels- is the one who's sceptical. The voice acting is good. Overall, not a bad show, just don't expect for it to be at the same standard as the original. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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