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Dino Time premiered at the Berlin Film Market in 2010, and then featured at Cannes in May 2011 and received a limited circuit release in America in December.
So limited that there are no reviews; only the basic synopsis and voice cast information can be found online.
Also known as Dino Mom, this animated feature has a pg rating because of some mildly rude humour and some scary action, and it was shot in 3D with some swooping camerawork.
In the film, three children playing around with a time machine find themselves transported 65 million years back in time to the land of dinosaurs. A T-Rex takes them under her wing as they try to get themselves home and learn a bit more about each other in the process. Meanwhile, back in their own time, their parents are trying to get them back.
Featuring the voice talents of Rob Schneider, Jane Lynch, Melanie Griffith, Stephen Baldwin and William Baldwin, the feature was directed by Yoon-suk Choi and John Kafka.
It was partly financed and produced by South Korean company CJ Entertainment, Myriad Pictures and produced by Seoul based digital production company Toiion.