When a young boy named Jake accidentally makes a new friend in an experiment gone wrong a troubled town is plunged into chaos. But with the creature rapidly evolving every day, Jake finds it increasingly difficult to keep his new pet secret. Jake's friends and new girl Abbie realize they are not the only ones interested in this strange, mischievous little dinosaur and soon discover that the only thing more mysterious than what it is, is who is looking for it.
When Mike is completing his street art under the bridge, the picture is of the "Little Monster" logo. Little Monster was one of the production companies for the movie. See more »
When Dr Tansy returns to his vehicle after the roadside confrontation with the Colonel the steering wheel of his vehicle is on the RHS in front of his daughter, and the steering wheel of the military vehicle is also visible on the right hand side. See more »
Written by Meghan Drummond
Performed by Meghan Drummond
Produced by Pete Drummond See more »
Almost amateur standards
Sorry to the producers of this attempt at a charming boy and his heroic pet saga, but it really is awful. The animations were just odd, the direction so wooden I felt like building a camp fire. The story leaps about at points with characters turning up in places from scene to scene with no explanation of how they got there and the military's motivation for being there is only something you guess about long after it even matters. Certainly not for adults and my two grand kids were very bored.
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