The Arctic: 70 million years ago. It is a world of extremes. Tropical summers of 24hr sunlight are replaced by freezing winters of continuous night. The remarkable dinosaurs that lived under the Northern Lights had to make a choice, brave the winter or head south to find the sun. Join Scar, a young Edmontosaurus embarking on his first thousand-mile migration. It is a journey for survival that is fraught with danger; blizzards, volcanic eruptions and deadly predators lie ahead. Meanwhile Patch, a juvenile Troodon, left alone in the North, must learn to survive in one of the harshest environments the Earth has ever known. This epic feature-length adventure portrays an incredible polar odyssey that actually happened but has never been witnessed before. Based on recent fossil evidence blasted out of the ice around the North Pole, the makers of ''Walking with Dinosaurs'' and ''Prehistoric Park'' are delighted to introduce you to an all-new cast of dinosaurs, from feathered tyrannosaurs to giant marine predators. Featuring stunning animation and a painstakingly recreated digital world, it can truly be said that the dinosaur film has evolved.
All been done before
- March of the Dinosaurs review by CS
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I had high hopes for this film, but was very sadly disappointed. The story line is very thin and has been done to death a thousand times before. baby Dino loses his herd, then has adventures on the way trying to find said herd. They all meet up and it's a happy ending. Dragged out over too much time. The CGI was very poor and for this type of film could have been done much better. This is more like a badly made Discovery Channel film, than a quality BBC style Docudrama. It can't seem to decide whether it is gong to be a good docudrama or a washy Disney cartoon and in the end just limps along. I love Dino Animations, but found this one very challenging and dull to watch. Kids under ten will probably love it, but anyone else may fall asleep whilst watching!