The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration

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A bedtime story leads Littlefoot and his grandparents on a journey to a new land, where Littlefoot discovers someone who vanished before he was born: his father! Now Littlefoot must decide between two worlds. Will he leave to be with his friends in the Great Valley, or stay behind and start a new life with his father?


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Exoticalot People are voting emotionally.
Acensbart Excellent but underrated film
Dynamixor The performances transcend the film's tropes, grounding it in characters that feel more complete than this subgenre often produces.
Voxitype Good films always raise compelling questions, whether the format is fiction or documentary fact.
TheLittleSongbird I like most of the sequels of the Land Before Time series, though none of them are as good as the original. This is a decent sequel, without being one of the best. The songs are forgettable here and the dialogue is rather simplistic, plus the film does feel rushed in places. But the animation is decent with some nice backgrounds especially, and the plot is well thought out and rounded off. The voice acting is the best asset though, easily one of the better LBT sequels in terms of voice acting. The characters still have their likability also, and there is some very admirable messaging. Overall, not great but not awful either. 6/10 Bethany Cox
shadow_cabbit I just don't get why people pick these poor movies to pieces. Sure, they may be low-quality, but it's a CHILDREN'S MOVIE, for crying out loud. If you're overly critical and over the age of 25 and hate these movies, then stop nitpicking them and get a life. They're awesome movies and always have been. I'm 15, I've grown up with them, and I love every one.To me, number 10 wasn't the best. The story was awesome (hey, we finally get to meet Bron, Littlefoot's dad!). I just thought the parts involving Cera and the others were a little bit cheesy..if not downright boring. They should've been left out and make it a surprise for them to show up later and explain how they came to be there.The songwriters could do better. The songs are a bit cheesy, and the singing isn't too good. The voiceacting sucks, particularly where Littlefoot is involved. I loved Scott McAfee and I wish they'd bring him back because he actually knew how to make Littlefoot's laugh sound authentic and not forced. Same with the screaming. Half the time the guy doesn't even sound like he's screaming, it's more like a low moan. C'mon, people, you can do better than that! And he of all the voiceactors Littlefoot had could actually sound like the original, Gabriel Damon. Way to go, Scott. Rock on.Anyway I must say it's great to know that Littlefoot actually had a father. First time around I actually was kind of sad that Littlefoot almost chose to go with Bron instead of staying with his grandparents. I love Grandma and Grandpa so I was like 'yay!' when he decided to stay with them. This one rates a 6 because of the voiceacting and such. I love the first five movies, and the 6th-8th hold their own charm. Number nine I thought had no relevance or even a lesson to learn from the was all hunky-dory fun and exploring the whole dang movie! The people who wrote that one should be shot. This one is okay and it's actually kind of dramatic and has a cool plot. All around it's a pretty good movie.
ross robinson The Land Before Time 10: The Great Longneck Migration i think is a fantastic movie. This was made in 2003, after 16 years (1988 - 2004) there is still more the land before time movies coming out, THE LAND BEFORE TIME = 1988 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 2: THE GREAT VALLEY ADVENTURE 1994 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 3: THE TIME OF THE GREAT GIVING = 1995 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 4: JOURNEY THROUGH THE MISTS = 1996 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 5: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND = 1997 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 6: THE SECRET OF SAURUS ROCK = 1998 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 7: THE STONE OF COLD FIRE 2000 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 8: THE BIG FREEZE = 2001 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 9: JOURNEY TO BIG WATER = 2002 THE LAND BEFORE TIME 10: THE GREAT LONGNECK MIGRATION = 2003Yet there is more the land before time movies to be released.THE LAND BEFORE TIME 11 = 2004The 11th title has been rumoured with a title called: INVADING THE TINYSAURUS. Also one of the cast has rumoured that THE LAND BEFORE TIME 12 is in the greenlit. I have enjoyed watching the 10th installment of the land before time. I am looking forward to see the 11th title when it does come out, hopefully in December as there has been no news just yet on the land before time 11. Hopefully there will be some news. I give THE LAND BEFORE TIME 10. 10 OUT OF 10.
wolfofmoonandsun ********BEWARE OF POSSIBLE SPOILERS!*************The Land Before Time was one of my favorite movies when I was around 4-5. It actually taught me about death. It's a cherished childhood memory, therefore I'd like to see it treated with a little respect. Instead I've seen it abused over the years, milked for sequels whenever the studio goes broke. Each one is worse than the last, chock full of fruity singing. So wasn't I surprised when I saw LBT X!Honestly, it's like a breath of fresh air after being stuck downwind from a fart. Where do I begin? First of all, the voice acting is better. Instead of paying some homeless guy with a sandwich and a roll of toilet paper, some actual celebrities were hired. And who should be supplying the voice of the most important character, but Kiefer Sutherland! This is a big thing for me, I'm a huge Kiefer fan. So much that I don't really give a toot about other important people voicing other important longnecks.Second of all, the plot of the first movie ties in with this one. In all the other sequels, Littlefoot is just happy as a clam and never mentions or even thinks about his mother. For the love of cake, people, she died in front of him! If your mother was shredded apart by a vicious dinosaur and you were left to survive yourself, would you be frolicking around singing songs? I don't know about you, but I'd be cowering in my "safe corner". Not to mention Littlefoot's home is rife with morons. But not in this movie. Here, a series of dreams leads Littlefoot to a place where he meets his father. Finally he's forced to take off his rose-colored sunglasses and remember his past. The result is a movie that's at least somewhat mature.A nicely thought out plot (parts actually mirror a fan fiction story I wrote), Kiefer Sutherland voicing Littlefoot's father, and I really don't think there were quite as many songs. All together I'm more than satisfied with this movie. Granted, there are better cartoons out there to entertain you. But if you were a fan of the first movie and are disgusted with the sugary sequels, I think you'll find Land Before Time X pleasantly refreshing.