Red Carpet Event
February 17, 2016
Blu-Ray Combo Pack, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere
February 23, 2016
What Disney cares about is one of the best, if not THE BEST, in the industry is the Storytelling. From the very beginning of a The Good Dino story, we are being sucked into the personal fears and dilemmas this Apatosaurs named Arlo set up to make a journey through. What he experiences within a story can be easily applied to the human world. Maybe that is why he makes this simply out-of-the-blue connection with a human boy.
What I love about this Disney animation is its power of providing an example of lessons being learned and fears being conquered. Our children associate their lives with the heroes they meet on the pages of their books and movies they watch. Disney makes it so easy to re-live lives of the heroes and learn with them the lessons of life.
Arlo is an adorable Dino who sets a speed to living his life in crescendo. He is an outsider, as he thinks and does things differently. He is a pioneer, as he faces his fears to go through experiences he chooses to. He is an amazing example that life is worth living in spite of all the problems and differences we face in the world.
The grass is always greener on the other side. Cultivating a sense of thankfulness and fearlessness could take us place we’ve never dreamed before.
Disney has done it again – a compelling storytelling that makes laugh, cry, and feel with the characters on the blue screen. Add this magical Good Dino Movie to your Blu-Ray and Digital collection. And yes, it will be available on Disney Movies Anywhere.
THEATRICAL SHORT – Sanjay’s Super Team – Sanjay loves the world of cartoons and comics, while his father tries to draw him into his Hindu traditions. Reluctance quickly turns into awe-inspiring adventure as the boy embarks on an amazing journey, returning with a new perspective they can both embrace.
TRUE LIES ABOUT DINOSAURS – We know – it’s preposterous to think Apatosaurs spoke English. Learn more about what separates the fictional dinosaurs of “The Good Dinosaur“ from what scientists know about real dinosaurs.
RECYCLOSAURUS – Pixar takes creative competition seriously. Maybe a little too seriously. Watch as “The Good Dinosaur” crew competes to see which department can create the best dinosaur ever…using only discarded items from the studio’s “free table.”
THE FILMMAKERS’ JOURNEY – Finding your way from an idea to a film takes a lot of exploration. Director Peter Sohn and his fellow filmmakers talk about the challenging, inspiring, and unexpectedly emotional experience of making “The Good Dinosaur.”
EVERY PART OF THE DINOSAUR – The filmmakers talk about the special animation challenges of “The Good Dinosaur” – including figuring out how to animate a dinosaur who’s really a boy, and a boy who’s got the spirit of a dog.
FOLLOWING THE T-REX TRAIL – Follow the filmmakers as they travel to a working cattle ranch and meet the McKays, a close-knit family whose work ethic, generosity, and stories inspired the T-Rex ranchers of the film.
COMMENTARY – Commentary from director Peter Sohn, story supervisor Kelsey Mann, supervising animator Mike Venturini, director of photography/lighting Sharon Calahan, and supervising technical director Sanjay Bakshi
DINO BITES – Montage of original animated pieces produced to promote “The Good Dinosaur.
HIDE AND SEEK – A short animated clip produced to promote “The Good Dinosaur.”
- The Attack – An idyllic introduction to the family farm is cut short when a savage predator attacks the newborn Arlo. With an introduction by Director Peter Sohn.
- Building the Silo – An admiring Arlo is thrilled to follow along as his father builds a silo for the family farm. With an introduction by Director Peter Sohn.
- Waiting for Poppa – Arlo awaits the return of his beloved father on a stormy night, only to be greeted with tragic news. With an introduction by Director Peter Sohn.
Blu-ray 3D & DVD:
- THEATRICAL SHORT – Sanjay’s Super Team
Just Listen – Trace the development of the unique soundscape of “The Good Dinosaur,” from the wilds of British Columbia as Sound Designer Craig Berkey collects sounds, to the recording studio where Jeff and Mychael Danna use instruments from around the world to create the music.
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) February 16, 2016