MovieBob, I cannot agree with your view that feathered dinosaurs are "cruddy" and that scaly dinosaurs are "cooler". This anti-feathered dinosaur view is rather problematic and if mainstream movies continue with this outdated view, people are going to keep believing that dinosaurs were that way. In reality, dinosaurs are much more complex than the "scaly lizards" that people of yesteryear thought. They have gotten far more interesting, and the fact that you reject all of that in favor of an outdated view simply because it "looks cooler" is really disappointing.
The chicken/parrot comment is also a bit depressing because it sounds like you are limiting your view on birds. Birds are wide and varied. Why, when you think of, say, a feathered tyrannosaurus, you think of a chicken? Why not an eagle? Or a falcon? Those are birds and they are not to be trifled with. Why not think of a golden eagle, or a haast's eagle, an extinct bird that was thought of being big enough to carry a man. Or a cassowary? Why not think of those birds instead of a chicken? Don't limit the bird group to a single entry.
A reptilian dinosaur would be limited on what it could do. Temperature would be a factor. They could only move fast in warm climates. And they would have much shorter bursts of speed. A feathered dinosaur, on the other hand, would be more active. They would be able to run up vertical surfaces (some of them, like the raptors), make sharper turns, etc. If you think birds are, somehow, less intimidating, you clearly have not met a cassowary, or been on the pecking end of an angry mother bird.
An angry crocodile, you can outrun. An angry mob of crows, good luck.
The point is just because a dinosaur is "cooler" with scales does not mean that it is actually scarier. When you add all the facts up, a feathered velociraptor is much more terrifying than a sluggish scaly dinosaur.
Yeah maybe I am overthinking it, but dinosaurs are a subject I enjoy, and it boils my blood when people hate on feathered dinosaurs just for being bird-like, without taking into consideration what all that entails (more active, faster, more intelligent). Had this video just been about excercising the right to show inaccuracies just because it's a movie, that's fine. But this video comes off as more of a "fuck feathered dinosaurs rant", and I personally find that rather insulting.