Trailer: ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Looks Really Good

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Back in June, we got our first look at Disney Pixar’s second offering to come out this year, The Good Dinosaur which is slated to hit theaters just in time for Thanksgiving. That trailer was a brief teaser, though as it only gave us brief glimpses of the animation and dinosaurs that we’ll see in the film.

Today, a new full-length trailer for the film has made its way online. While this new trailer doesn’t contain much dialogue, it gives us a better idea of the story, while introducing us to our two main characters. The story revolves around the unlikely friendship between a dinosaur named Arlo, and a human friend named Spot as they embark on a dangerous, yet exciting adventure together filled with mean creatures and treacherous landscapes.

Obviously, it goes without saying that we have no idea whether this film will be disappointingly generic like Brave or genius like this years’ Inside Out, but so far, I like what I’m seeing. The animation looks terrific (some of the animated landscapes look very realistic) and the tone of the trailer suggests that this’ll be another beautifully heartfelt Pixar offering that has the potential to bring tears to audiences’ eyes. Damn you, Pixar for making us cry all the time.

Here’s the trailer if you’d like to check it out. If you’re worried about it being one of those trailers that gives away too much of the plot, don’t worry, this isn’t one of those.

The Good Dinosaur stomps into theaters on November 25th. Peter Sohn (director of Pixar’s Partly Cloudy short) directs, while Raymond Ochoa, Jack Bright, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, A.J. Buckley, Frances McDormand, and Marcus Scribner lend their voice talents to the picture.

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