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Go watch it. Now.
Ahem. Still, an awesome movie. Tons of little kids loved dinosaurs, and that love is nice and safely tucked away in us. This movie triggers it, in my opinion. Dinosaurs and dinosaur behavior, such as the migration to the Great Valley, is really fascinating. Maybe it's because they aren't around anymore, who knows?
Don Bluth's pretty, warm fuzzy feeling use of colors is evident, and even if these dinosaurs are stuck in horrible scenery, the colors work with the film.
Anywho, to unleash that first grader in you that liked to look for bones, go watch this movie if you have some free time and want a nice, happy feeling afterwards.
It sure as hell seems a bit more original than some other teen cartoons/shows. A lot of the characters are really funny, including the villains. A lot of it puts a humorous spin on pop culture, which I like. And the art is nice and smooth, so your eyes won't want to hide in your sockets after five minutes.
The only thing I found wrong with the show was the main character, Kim. Sorry, but her character seems so... perfect. And stereotypical. I mean, she's a pretty cheerleader, deals with her brothers, acts like social life is everything, etc. Sorry, but a lot of teen girls actually don't think like that. I should know! ^_^ Other than that one flaw though, this is a gem, and that's rare in Disney nowadays.
And yes, it is a naked mole rat.