CRETACEOUS CUT: Before I start I wanna say that with the Blu-Ray version you can watch a version called the Cretaceous Cut. Its basically the same thing as the regular movie but no Voice Actors, humans, or ending credits. It just jumps straight to the film. Although they took out most parts of the voice overs, the music and that one scene with the Gorgosaurus are still there, but that can be overlooked.
If you have a PS4 like I do it comes with a Blu-Ray player so you should have no problem watching.
I genuinely like this movie. The only reason this movie flopped was the title. The original Walking with Dinosaurs was made by BBC and was a documentary style show. This movie is a family film directed towards young audiences that can be fun for the whole family. All the people who left bad reviews are just mad that it isn't like the documentary.
As for the movie itself, it showed dinosaurs in one of the most realistic ideals I have ever since in a movie that was in such high quality. The detail and work that went into bringing these animals to life is phenomenal. The dinosaurs that should have feathers and filaments have them. The animals had great vocalizations that felt natural and not out of place at all.
The landscape of the film was spectacular and perfect for the natural enviornment of these animals in particular; most films and documentaries usually use a more tropical or arid landscape to film and seeing a northern film shot used was a breath of fresh air.
Even though it wasn't a documentary, there are so many snippets and details packed that you can see the ecology, life cycle, and behavior of the pachyrhinosaurs. You saw nesting behavior, herd behavior, dominance and fighting, sexual dimorphism, growth, and even dirt rolling. And if you know a little about fossils in Alaska, you'll know that there is a pit of fossils full of thousands of Pachyrhinosaur bones that were found together. The possible cause of mass death was mass drowning. There are two scenes in this movie that feature water and the dangers it poses to the herd.
Overall, its an amazing movie, probably the best out there in terms of realism and detail. Its almost bittersweet that it flopped, because now you can get a Blu-Ray copy for cheap.