Love animated movies. In fact they're about the only movies I can watch. I have self-diagnosed synesthesia where I see people's pain (mainly emotional) and feel it like I am experiencing it. So I love animated movies- they're normally light hearted and without too much violence.
I was really enjoying Walking With Dinosaurs (except that it was creepy that they talked without moving their mouths) until the end...
*Spoiler Alert* (I'm feeling awk that anyone would even care about this movie enough for me to have an alert) The main character starts out as a young Dino who falls in love with a childhood friend- after adventure and hardships he eventually leads the herd and ends up with his sweetheart when they grow up.
The last scene is of them hatching baby Dinos together and they're just super excited and in awe of it. And I'm just left here to wonder- as an infertile- what are the makers of this movie telling children? Everybody grows up and has babies. That's what happens. It's what you do. It's what is done. If you don't have babies what happens to you?
It seemed so out of place in a kids movie... It could have ended just before this scene and nothing would have been lost. So why did they add this scene?
Anybody anywhere feel weird about the ending? Infertile or otherwise?