Synopsis Grandpa tells Littlefoot about their mythical hero called the Lone Dinosaur. It is too short though so you don't feel the emotional attachment you get from watching the first film, the dialogue is mostly uninspiring this is from a more adult perspective, but I am sure kids will overlook this and the story is quite simplistic. The music is lovely, and the songs while not memorable are pleasant. Could the mysterious Longneck named Doc be the famous Lone Dinosaur, who can defeat a Sharptooth with his lasso-like tail? Grownups accuse Doc for the luck. Cera gets a bigger role in this movie in babysitting the twins and that is nice to see as she is a great female character. . Don't waste your time on this.
While the Sharptooth tries to break though the wall, Littlefoot runs into another Sharptooth, which is a. Before he can catch them he accidentally gets his head stuck in a tree. The flashback isn't exactly the same as what happened in the film, as it is only a quick summarization. If you look close enough, sometimes you can find a hero living right in your own family! The Canyon Sharptooth turns to him, but is knocked away by Littlefoot's grandfather, who stands himself up again. A tooth of the teeth circle around S.
Littlefoot manages to escape the Sharptooth by getting though a hole in a rock wall. Although he only physically appears in The Secret of Saurus Rock, he is shown in a flashback in the. He yet again fails when he gets his head stuck between two more trees. He makes no further appearances afterwards. The twin baby dinosaurs Dana and Dina are adorable, and the voice acting is solid.
Grandpa tells Littlefoot about their mythical hero called the Lone Dinosaur. Sharpteeth in The Land Before Time, in order of appearance: Characters Browridge Sharptooth The Secret of Saurus Rock See Also. Before the Sharpteeth can finish him off though, appears and pulls the Browridge Sharptooth to the ground. The from was the first and the from was the third. Spike remains stuck in the log, but while the Sharptooth tries to devour Spike, Littlefoot and Petrie free him. Dina and daina who is apparently a boy are very cute, if irritating to an adult audience.
As the carnivores are down, the Longnecks pull both sides of the spire with their tails, causing it to break and crumble down, presumably crushing the two carnivores to death. Later, he is encountered by , , , , and while they are traveling to get the twins back from the monolith. I dare anyone who listens to it not to start tapping their feet while listening to 'bad luck'. The Allosaurus quietly sneaks behind Cera, and though her friends try to warn her, she believes they are playing a joke on her. The animation is ok for a television flick and is of the same standard as the rest of the sequels. The only enjoyable thing was Sarah's little cousins. Although Cera briefly gets stuck trying to get out of a hole on the log, the children, save for Spike, manage to get to the other side, while their pursuer attempts to cross the unstable log after them.
I however think they are adorable. After retrieving Dinah and Dana, during their journey back home he is encountered once again. No Sharpteeth enter the Great Valley at any point in this film, however, so that part of the story is likely a myth. It turns out that, after a talk with Lil'foot, Doc could be the lone dinosaur. They mistake it for a tree trunk at first, but soon realize that it is the Sharptooth's foot, and run away as he escapes from the tree. It's just not worth it. The children hide in a rotting log, which the Allosaurus grabs in his jaws and throws towards a ravine that they had crossed earlier, where it becomes lodged between each side like a bridge.
This is a way of showing the downfall of sequels and such. Meanwhile, as the Allosaurus breaks through the wall, shows up to protect Littlefoot and knocks the Tyrannosaurus to the ground. Strangely, the Allosaurus partner is shown as another, darker Allosaurus, instead of a green. Sarah gets two little lively cousins to take care of. Kids will like it and older fans will smile at it. All in all, this is a decent sequel, definitely one of the more watchable sequels of the franchise. An encounter with an Allosaurus follows.
The young 'uns loved reenacting the fights with their little toys. Despite this, he was shown with the accurate amount of fingers just as he is approaching the log that the gang is hiding in just before he looks into the limb and sees poke out of it. Sarah gets two little lively cousins to take care of. Later, the kids accidentally chip the lucky Saurus Rock, and need to fix it before the bad luck hits. Once the Sharptooth drools on her head, Cera realizes that he's really there, and she and her friends run for safety. » Not much, I would say.
This movie has some brilliant songs. It's just an occuring remake of the same movies with the same morals, the same action, the same everything! That Canyon Sharptooth takes the place of it and itself until the lighter brown one shows up to surround Grandpa. To find out, Littlefoot and company must cross the Great Valley and face a dangerous Sharptooth themselves! Later, when Littlefoot attempts to retrieve a tooth from the apparently dead Allosaurus so as to repair the damage done to Saurus Rock , he is shown to have survived, and chases after the young. The Allosaurus, who has now broken through the wall, distracts Grandpa Longneck long enough for the other Sharptooth to kick him to the ground. It's up to Littlefoot, Cera, Spike, Ducky and Petrie to bring them back! He is soon knocked away by the longneck with his tail, however. He attacks the main characters a total of four times, beating the original , who has three. On the distant edge of the Great Valley stands mysterious Saurus Rock, and twin baby Threehorns, Dinah and Dana, have run away to find it.
Secret of Saurus Rock is great! Along the way, the young dinosaurs learn about change, acceptance and responsibility. As Spike pops out, the Sharptooth bites into the log causing it to break, sending him falling into the canyon below. Up until Part 5, everyone was going pretty good, but nothing like that could last forever. He is an , as revealed by the end credits of the movie, and is voiced by , but also uses some stock vocals effects preformed by. Later, the kids accidentally chip the lucky Saurus Rock, and need to fix it before the bad luck hits. The twins sneak off to Saurus Rock and followed by the gang.