Much fuss has been made over the talking dinosaurs and Cretaceous monkeys (or Lemurs, as they are called in this Disney movie) as well as the lackluster writing or so in Disney’s ill-recieved 2000 computer animated movie, Dinosaur. In fact, besides the fact that Disney (the producing studio) still barely made a profit from Dinosaur, it is also notorious as much for its talking dinosaur and lemur (monkey) characters as for its story and/or content or so.

But consider an isolated sound effects-only track of Disney’s Dinosaur that I found in a 2-Disc Collector’s Edition DVD of Disney’s Dinosaur from 2001 (which is 10 years ago; and you see, I’m referring to the year that the terrorists attack on September 11th, but not the Stanley Kubrick movie of the same title).

Like I said before, It is just an isolated sound effects-only track of the 2000 Disney CGI animated feature, Dinosaur, ripped from the 2-Disc Collector’s Edition DVD of the movie. There is no dialogue or music in this one, but I think it turned out pretty well for a 10-year-old DVD of an 11-year old film that is the one and only serious attempt to integrate all-CG animated characters in live action settings in an CG animated feature. I think Christopher Boyes from Skywalker Sound designed and supervise the sound for Disney’s Dinosaur.

So, what do you hear in what I call ‘The Soundscapes of Disney’s Dinosaur’? What do they sound like during the Soundscapes of Disney’s Dinosaur? What are you picturing during the Soundscapes of Disney’s Dinosaur? Well, what are your thoughts and/or comments on the Soundscapes of Disney’s Dinosaur?

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