Web Catch: Disney-Pixar's latest trailer will tug at your heartstrings

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If "Inside Out" left you wanting more from Disney-Pixar, the movie studio hopes "The Good Dinosaur" will satisfy your cravings.

The film centers around the idea that a single moment can change a life. In this case, that "moment" is one in which a catastrophic asteroid misses its brush with Earth, sparing the lives of all dino inhabitants.

In the trailer, released Tuesday, an Apatosaurus named Arlo befriends a little boy named Spot. From firefly-studded meadows to craggy mountaintops, the pair appears to be inseparable.

Take a trip back in time with the video, above. "The Good Dinosaur" opens on Nov. 25.

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