#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Captain New Eyes travels back in time and feeds dinosaurs his Brain Grain cereal, which makes them intelligent and nonviolent. They agree to go to the Middle Future (this era) in order to grant the wishes of children in New York city. They are to meet Dr. Bleeb of the Museum of Natural History, but get side-tracked with their new friends and run into the Captain’s evil brother, Professor Screw Eyes, who has other plans for the dinosaurs.
Plot: Captain New Eyes travels back in time and feeds dinosaurs his Brain Grain cereal, which makes them intelligent and non-violent. They agree to go to the Middle Future in order to grant the wishes of children in New York city. They are to meet Dr. Bleeb of the Museum of Natural History, but get sidetracked with their new children friends and run into the Captain’s evil brother, Professor Screweyes.
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This Brought me back
When I was a kid, I loved dinosaurs. Jurrasic Park, The Land Before Time, (the original, not the crappy umpteen sequels), and We’re Back especially were my favorite movies.
Now when I look at it again, I see that the movie’s plot made no sense, the characters were stereotypical, and that it was sappy at the end.
But as a kid, I didn’t care. What could be cooler than a singing tyrannosaurus(with the exception of Barney)? I didn’t care if the plot made no sense to an adult because it made perfect sense to me. I never wondered why Rex didn’t know what lunch was but instantly knew the tune of “Row your boat”. I didn’t see the average example of “unhappy” children and a villain that was one sided and overly symbolic. I saw some cool kids and a crazy scary guy with a screw for an eyeball that somehow had magical powers.
Because that’s what this movie was and is: a children’s movie. And somehow in all the critic reviews and hype and over analyzation of movies in general, I forgot what it was like to watch a movie as a kid and to just enjoy it regardless of plot and characters.
I get the same feeling from watching old Saturday morning cartoons. They were stupid, and the plots were ridiculous, but I loved them. Bring on the genetic mutants who know kung-fu and fight crime! Throw in a few aliens and you’ve got a good thing to eat sugary cereal to! Anyway, I guess the real reason I wrote this review was to perhaps remind people to simplify their lives from time to time, and quit over-analyzing. You enjoy more that way.
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For the first half or so of this movie, we get the usual cartoon buisiness of some cute goofy dinosaurs befriending some annoying kids. OK, whatever. Then the kids get lost in the park and the movie wanders into new and very weird territory.
This is when we meet Dr. Screweyes. He’s an evil magician. He runs a freak show. He collects nightmares and enjoys showing them to his guests. He is also the trippiest thing in a mainstream animated movie since Dumbo met the Pink Elephants.
I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when this movie was being conceived. “Gee, Steve, parents are thinking “Jurassic Park” is too scary (more on that in a sec)! Let’s make a dinosaur cartoon with an evil circus and nightmare scenes!” Unbelievable.
So here comes the Gremlin’s lil’ rant on parents who think “J. P.” was too scary for kids. The only “scary” parts they were worried about were of Dinosaurs Eating People and Smaller Dinosaurs. Come on! Kids LOVE that! If kids wrote all of the dinosaur movies ever made, the whole damn running time would be filled with Dinosaurs Eating Things! That’s the whole selling point of a dinosaur movie! Sheesh!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 12 min (72 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Phil Nibbelink, Simon Wells, Dick Zondag, Ralph Zondag
Writer John Patrick Shanley (screenplay), Hudson Talbott (book)
Actors John Goodman, Blaze Berdahl, Rhea Perlman, Jay Leno
Country USA, UK
Production Company Amblin Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1 (negative ratio and Laser Videodisc release), 1.85 : 1 (theatrical ratio and DVD release)
Laboratory DeLuxe (color by), FotoKem/Foto-Tronics (color processed by), Rank Film Laboratories, Denham, UK (color processed by)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm