“Ben Meyers of Ben Meyers International Movie Critics closely predicts audience likes and dislikes a

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ALPHA AND OMEGA: DINO DIGS (Limited Theatrical Release Slovakia 2016)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.4|5.0 Starsììì 

Alpha and Omega: Dino Digs—slightly better than the last film—runs along the same lines of previously presented Alpha and Omega movies. Children, who have been following the series may appreciate another Alpha and Omega story but may have difficulty with the concept of a spirit dinosaur as the second dinosaur. These pieces of entertainment do offer simple, decent stories. The poachers from the last film are back as ‘dino diggers’. The first dinosaur that comes out of the dig could use a little more boosting in character development for more entertainment enjoyability. Overall, this movie presents an okay watch.

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Storyline 

A dinosaur makes friends with the pups, Humphrey, and Kate. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Tim Maltby for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Nicolas Atlan, R.K. Chand, and Steve Rosen for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Humphrey (Voice of Ben Diskin), Kate/Stinky (Voice of Kate Higgins), Runt (Voice of Debi Derryberry), Claudette/Carney (Voice of Marieve Herington), Amy (Voice of Erin Fitzgerald), Paddy/Marcel/Jethro (Voice of Christopher Corey Smith), Mac (Voice of Edward Bosco), Ian (Voice of Chris Niosi), Griffin (Voice of Drew Waters), Marge (Voice of Cindy Robinson), and Donna/Rogue Wolf (Voice of Michelle Souza). 


Buy a ticket
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Maybe. This part 6 of a series of 8 films, continues the adventures of Alpha and Omega and their families and friends from a 2010 original movie. To date, the best film of the series has been part 4. The movies are suitable, perhaps, for the very young child, but they are not outstanding entertainment despite the nicely done animation.

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