Director: Matt Drummond
Writer: Matt Drummond
Stars: Jordan Dulieu, Annabel Wolfe, Scott Irwin
In his first movie, Dinosaur Island, Matt Drummond brought us to an island where time blended together. There, we saw beautiful feathered dinosaurs (though, still very dangerous). With his new film, My Pet Dinosaur, Drummond brings the dinosaur to us.
From what I can gather in the trailer, it appears that (unlike in another franchise) this dinosaur is much cuter and not a huge threat to humanity. It also appears that this dinosaur could have been brought to life from a (extraterrestrial?) science experiment. It’s hard to tell, but what’s not hard to see is that this is a film meant for a family night. It reminds me of the family adventure films of my youth and I can’t wait to sit down and watch this with my kids!
Watch the trailer below and pick up the movie on November 6th, 2018!
Full Press Release and Trailer Below
NOT YOUR AVERAGE PET
Matt Drummond’s highly-anticipated family adventure My Pet Dinosaur premieres on DVD November 6 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
The Dove-approved family film, described as a cross between E.T and Monster’s Inc, features state-of-the-art visual effects, a heart-warming tale of friendship and the beautiful Australian countryside.
After an experiment gone wrong, a young boy named Jake makes a new friend. When his new lovable pet begins growing larger and larger, it becomes hard for Jake to keep the mischievous creature a secret. While continuing to grow the animal starts some chaos around town causing the military start looking for their missing dinosaur. Now Jake and his friends must save their ‘pet’ in this heartwarming tale of friendship, mystery and adventure.
My Pet Dinosaur available on DVD November 6 (at Walmart).
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