A Disgrace to Science and Wonder, It's Pixar's Worst Movie Ever Made
Disney Pixar has been going pretty much downhill ever since they made boring movies, Cars 2 got a lot of negative reception for the emotion being treated wrongly, but later they revived with the good movie Inside Out, which was finally the first time in a long time that Pixar has made a really good movie, but then they went south again with this.
The emotions and characters are the positive aspects of this movie, just like Inside Out, it has realistic emotions, some parts are happy and some parts are sad, which is realistic, yet we get to see characters spend time with each other, but there's a major flaw, it doesn't even capture what happened back in those prehistoric days, The meteor misses Earth, yet in real life, it obviously HIT Earth, and the dinosaurs in this movie live on, while in real life, THEY'RE EXTINCT!
This movie is just another example of Hollywood taking their fictivity too far for cash grab ins, Yet many movies before this were very realistic in comparison, even 2001: A Space Odyssey was more realistic, yet we know the date was wrong, so it must have been set at least in 3/4/5001, Even Harry Potter, Star Wars, Shrek, Up, and The SpongeBob Movies are WAY more realistic than this, While a lot of you find lots of fictional elements in those movies, you won't believe your own eyes when you see This.
Even the dinosaurs are unrealistic, Yet almost all dinosaurs, even the meat eating ones, are nice and friendly in this movie, yet they should be MEAN and HUNGRY for FLESH! It's like saying a bear is cute when it ISN'T!
This movie is so bad that while many people hated Cars 2, this movie makes Cars 2 seem like a masterpiece.
It's definitely Pixar's worst movie ever made, even the emotions, which people hated, aren't anywhere near as bad as the fictivity.
This movie should've been boycotted before being released and Pixar should've learned more about science and imagination before making this.
So while this movie takes emotions the right way, which it did, it doesn't take fictivity the right way, too much fiction can ruin a movie if you know what I mean.
So we thought Pixar would finally recover when they made Inside Out, but they had us, especially me, wrong, so because of that, Pixar is officially dead.