Cute, fun and awe-inspiring My Pet Dinosaur (2017) amazes the essence of Steven Spielberg’s first efforts, writer-director Matt Drummond’s second feature-length feature.
This ninety-seven minute victory distributed with the Empress Road Paintings is the heart and innocence of E.T: Extra Terrestrial (1982). It manifests itself in a largely compassionate and polite, child-mirroring perspective. Drummond’s latest masterpiece also has an important similarity with the popular cult monster mentioned above. This is available in the general framework. The biggest difference is the exchange of a self-growing, abandoned, earthly entity resembling Styracosaur’s “Magnus” fossil creep. There is a constant comparison between these two photographs.