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    Dino Time

    The film tells a interesting story about three kids have a chance to come back in prehistoric time by a time machine. They come in the dinosaur world and adventure to find the way to escape.
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  • Actors of "Dino Time"

  • Directors of "Dino Time"

    Yoon-suk Choi. Director of Dino Time
    Yoon-suk Choi
    John Kafka. Director of Dino Time
    John Kafka
  • Creators of "Dino Time"

    Adam Beechen. Director of Dino Time
    Adam Beechen
    Birthdate: 22 December 1968, Illinois, USA
    James Greco. Director of Dino Time
    James Greco
  • Critic Reviews of "Dino Time"

    Times (UK)
    May 21, 2015

    Some rudimentary computer animation, a B-list voice cast and a surfeit of narrative ambition are the defining features of US-South Korean co-production Dino Time.

    Radio Times
    May 21, 2015

    Driven by some half-decent action scenes, Dino Time is no must-see, but it will comfortably while away a wet afternoon.

    May 21, 2015

    Displays early flickers of wit in zapping squabbling kids back to their hometown as it was in the Cretaceous era, before a drab quest narrative kicks in, cueing more plodding than any 70-minute should.

    The List
    May 18, 2015

    There are lightly delivered lessons for both parents and progeny; it nicely balances a message about allowing your kids to plough their own path with one about appreciating maternal sacrifice.

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