History NightmareFuel / TheLandBeforeTime

13th Dec '17 10:08:20 PM PaulA
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** It doesn't help that it's a Main/{{Expy}} of the Liopleurodon from BBC's WalkingWithDinosaurs, and that it boasts probably the most accurate design of any of the Land Before Time creatures

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** It doesn't help that it's a Main/{{Expy}} of the Liopleurodon from BBC's WalkingWithDinosaurs, ''Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs'', and that it boasts probably the most accurate design of any of the Land Before Time creatures creatures.
19th Oct '17 9:30:41 AM SkidTroper
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** Some of it has been shown, albeit in storyboard or script form. It shows things such as several near misses and more than one JumpScare. The deleted scene for the intro has Littlefoot and Cera climbing up and hiding in the hollow tree trunk and Sharptooth ripping apart with his claws jaws to flush them out. It also shows him toying with them before Littlefoot's mother arrived; when they emerged from the thorns it was between his legs, he slams his head down in front of them, they run back and he slams his tail down, then he swings his head towards them, jaws gaping and just misses them. He even tries to stomp on them. This likely indicates that the SerialKiller portrayal of him in the novel was originally supposed to be in the movie.

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** Some of it has been shown, albeit in storyboard or script form. It shows things such as several near misses and more than one JumpScare.JumpScare (one of which seems to be inspired by the "Here's Johnny!" scene in The Shining). The deleted scene for the intro has Littlefoot and Cera climbing up and hiding in the hollow tree trunk and Sharptooth ripping apart with his claws jaws to flush them out. It also shows him toying with them before Littlefoot's mother arrived; when they emerged from the thorns it was between his legs, he slams his head down in front of them, they run back and he slams his tail down, then he swings his head towards them, jaws gaping and just misses them. He even tries to stomp on them. This likely indicates that the SerialKiller portrayal of him in the novel was originally supposed to be in the movie.
19th Oct '17 9:27:41 AM SkidTroper
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** Some of it has been shown, albeit in storyboard or script form. It shows things such as several near misses and more than one JumpScare. The deleted scene for the intro has Littlefoot and Cera climbing up and hiding in the hollow tree trunk and Sharptooth ripping apart with his claws jaws to flush them out. It also shows him toying with them before Littlefoot's mother arrived; when they emerged from the thorns it was between his legs, he slams his head down in front of them, they run back and he slams his tail down, then he swings his head towards them, jaws gaping and just misses them. He even tries to stomp on them. This likely indicates that the SerialKiller portrayal of him in the novel was originally supposed to be in the movie.
4th Sep '17 11:26:06 PM Scraggle
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* '''Sharptooth.''' A NighInvulnerable, perpetually furious, red-eyed demon of a ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' who brutally kills Littlefoot's mother and pursues Littlefoot and his friends with the singular intention of killing and eating them. One of the most terrifying villains villains to ever originate from family media.

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* '''Sharptooth.''' A NighInvulnerable, perpetually furious, red-eyed demon of a ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' who brutally kills Littlefoot's mother and pursues Littlefoot and his friends with the singular intention of killing and eating them. One of the most terrifying villains villains to ever originate from family media.
31st Aug '17 12:31:42 AM rufusluciusivan
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** Also from "Stone of Cold Fire," a flashback shows that Pterano got into a disagreement with the other dinosaurs searching for the Great Valley and the herd split into two fractions. Pterano led his to a secluded valley, which they thought for sure was the paradise that they were looking for. [[RaptorAttack And then the raptors show up.]] Pterano was the only survivor, and that's only because he can fly.

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** Also from "Stone of Cold Fire," a flashback shows that Pterano got into a disagreement with the other dinosaurs searching for the Great Valley and the herd split into two fractions. Pterano led his to a secluded valley, which they thought for sure was the paradise that they were looking for. [[RaptorAttack And then the raptors show up.]] While no blood is shown, the scene is still pretty violent, and we only see a brief glimpse of the massacre. Pterano was the only survivor, and that's only because he can fly.
26th Aug '17 6:28:18 PM Scraggle
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* '''Sharptooth.'''

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* '''Sharptooth.'''''' A NighInvulnerable, perpetually furious, red-eyed demon of a ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' who brutally kills Littlefoot's mother and pursues Littlefoot and his friends with the singular intention of killing and eating them. One of the most terrifying villains villains to ever originate from family media.
30th Jul '17 8:06:09 PM DisneyFan94
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** It does manage to show how courageous and curious Ducky is, though.

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** [[EstablishingCharacterMoment It does manage to show how courageous and curious Ducky is, though.though]].



* The pachycephalosaurs that attack Cera in the first. The fact that [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology they weren't even carnivorous]] may make it more or less scary.

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* The pachycephalosaurs that attack Cera in the first. The fact that [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology [[AscendedToCarnivorism they weren't even carnivorous]] may make it more or less scary.
7th Jun '17 1:33:01 PM ngh93
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*Littlefoot and Cera's fight after she insults his mother is pretty brutal. So brutal in fact, that Ducky, Petrie and Spike have to shield their eyes.
6th Nov '16 6:44:51 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Sharptooth himself IS this trope. Imagine a large, extremely vicious T-Rex that simply does not give up until he kills his target, no matter how many times said target escapes. Not to mention the fact that he is extremely feared by the main charaters (can you blame them?!)and they have to live in constant fear of him. The scene where the beast ambushes them while THEY WERE ASLEEP shows that he can attack ANYWHERE.

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** Sharptooth himself IS this trope. Imagine a large, extremely vicious T-Rex that simply does not give up until he kills his target, no matter how many times said target escapes. Not to mention the fact that he is extremely feared by the main charaters (can you blame them?!)and them?!) and they have to live in constant fear of him. The scene where the beast ambushes them while THEY WERE ASLEEP shows that he can attack ANYWHERE.
6th Nov '16 6:44:15 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Sharptooth himself IS this trope. Imagine a large,extremely vicious T-Rex that simply does not give up until he kills his target, no matter how many times said target escapes. Not to mention the fact that he is extremely feared by the main charaters (can you blame them?!)and they have to live in constant fear of him. The scene where the beast ambushes them while THEY WERE ASLEEP shows that he can attack ANYWHERE.

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** Sharptooth himself IS this trope. Imagine a large,extremely large, extremely vicious T-Rex that simply does not give up until he kills his target, no matter how many times said target escapes. Not to mention the fact that he is extremely feared by the main charaters (can you blame them?!)and they have to live in constant fear of him. The scene where the beast ambushes them while THEY WERE ASLEEP shows that he can attack ANYWHERE.
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