Dino Time

Dino Time
Dino Time

Year

2012

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Mischievous Ernie and his best friend Max are always getting into trouble and usually caught in the act by Ernie’s sister Julia. While playing in Max’s garage, the three children accidentally activate an egg-shaped time machine invented by Max’s dad Dr Santiago, which transports them back 65 million years to when dinosaurs were alive. Unwillingly adopted by a mother-to-be T-Rex whose egg is swapped with the machine, the children must find a way back home before the real egg hatches and Dr Santiago gets a nasty surprise. This vivid animation is non-stop action and a must see for all young dinosaur enthusiasts.

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PG Classification

Contains some mild violence.

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