Overall, not excellent, but is arguably the best in the series and it's definitely worth watching! Littlefoot is then momentarily distracted, and when he turns around, he finds the Rainbow Faces have disappeared in a pillar of light. Later that night, Littlefoot sees a strange blue-colored meteor falling from the sky and crashing into Threehorn Peak, a in the Smoking Mountain range. However, as they attempt to get the Stone to give them power, the volcano begins to erupt, and Pterano saves Ducky when she falls off the mountain. Now even though I am a fan, I'm not blind. Petrie learning about his uncle was the best in that aspect of the movie. Meanwhile, Sierra displays mutinous feelings towards Pterano, and Rinkus convinces him to betray Pterano once they find the Stone. The young dinos must figure out the truth, before Pterano gets the power.
Pterano is thanked for saving Ducky. Pteranno and his goons are actually really funny and well voiced Pteranno beautifully by Michael York and get some great lines and good development throughout the movie. I actually think they are quite funny and cute little characters. The young dinos must figure out the truth, before Pterano gets the power. It also explains that goodness can be found even in a person who seems bad. Archived from on April 23, 2016.
I remembered watching this a few years ago as a six year old child in the early 2000s when it first came out and I actually liked it. This is the only installment to not have a narrator. Because the adults are slow to reach a decision, Littlefoot, Petrie, Cera, and Spike take off by themselves in search of Ducky. Littlefoot's uncle Pterano offers support only because he thinks the stone has secret powers and wants it for himself but conceals this from the rest. That night, Littlefoot finds the Rainbow Faces and asks them if the meteorite really was a Stone of Cold Fire.
The Land Before Time Series I purchased this video because both my six year old son and my 2 year old nephew love these characters, my 7 mth old also watches. As his friends find him, an inspired Littlefoot reflects that there are many unknowns and that such unknowns make life wonderful. The animation isn't top notch but that is only to be expected from a straight to video release. The best song is sung by Pterano. The dialogue is also more mature in this one and I appreciate that. Pterano, the outcast uncle of Littlefoot's friend Petrie, overhears the conversation and conspires to use the rock to take control of the Valley.
And there are a few funny quotes thrown in as well. I know it's weird, but I actually liked the villains. A different take on these many sequels and worth showing to your kids or watch it if you will give it a chance. He basks in his assumed greatness and demonstrates a range of emotions. Archived from on November 28, 2001. I know why many people may dislike the rest of the sequels.
Littlefoot's friend Ducky overhears Pterano's plan, but before she can warn the others, Pterano and his cronies, Sierra and Rinkus, her and set out to find the Stone. He was expelled from the herd as punishment for leading his followers into danger. Sponsored Content Write a comment:. Petrie's uncle Pterano offers support only because he thinks the stone has secret powers and wants it for himself but conceals this from the rest. They enjoy watching them over and over, and constantly comment about something they have learned from the watching. Littlefoot was tolerable as the main protagonist as is the two rainbowfaces.
The youngsters are as cute as ever, especially Ducky and Petrie, who are given more to do than normal. Then, Cera's father scares Pterano away, and flying off, he says that then again there are other things he must not miss at all. Petrie's uncle Pterano offers support only because he thinks the stone has secret powers and wants it for himself but conceals this from the rest. One of the things that sets this apart from the other sequels is that the dialogue is not a childish as the others. It stars the voices of , , , and , and introduces , , British actor and. This film has a serious message about how we should take responsibility for our actions.
Petrie's uncle Pterano offers support only because he thinks the stone has secret powers and wants it for himself but conceals this from the rest. Another good point is that there are 2 mysteries in the movie. This is the first film in the series to use rather than that was used in the first 6 films. They are mysterious right up to the surprise ending which I won't give away. I bought these types of shows because tv is so violent and sends the wrong message to kids at a time where they are soaking up so much from their surroundings and observations. The voice acting, like I said before, is very excellent with Michael York stealing the show for portraying Pterano very well. This is a good thing.