The Eden Formula (2006)





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When industry spies break into a top secret lab at Calgorin Industries, a genetically engineered Tyrannosaurus rex is accidentally unleashed on the city of Los Angeles. Now, the only hope of stopping it lies in sexy Calgorin exec Rhonda Shapton and Dr. Harrison Parker, the scientist who invented the formula used to reproduce the prehistoric specimen in the first place.
Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Tony Todd
as Radcliffe
Dee Wallace
as Rhonda Shapton
Jeff Fahey
as Dr. Harrison Parker

Critic Reviews for The Eden Formula

All Critics (1)

If you're looking for a movie so bad it could teach small children what bad filmmaking is all about, here's the first thing you should pull off the shelf.

Full Review… | April 3, 2007

Audience Reviews for The Eden Formula

25% Holy crap! The dino effects! or lack there of! Jeff and Tony do what they can to keep from crying in this piece of shit. If they where willing to play in this, they'd deffintly come and help you out on your backyard movie. As a script writer and film enthusist, I can honestly say, this is the worst movie I have seen in a long while.

FilmGrinder Stone
FilmGrinder Stone

Horrible editing, horrible effects, horrible characters, and a horrible story. Horrible is a good word to describe this movie. The dinosaur looks terrible in many shots and other shots are just reused from Carnosaur. The characters and story are very boring and the ending is just terrible. One of the worst recent B-movies.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Bad, terrible, but ultimately enjoyable. How can anyone not love this? I'd rather see bad puppets and recycled footage, than another lame-ass CG romp. I prefer the alternative title to this Tyrannosaurus Wrecks. A bit of martial arts, a few moments of comedy, bizarrely placed car chases. This film makes the most of its budget, which is pretty much nothing. At least it has genuine talent such as Fahey, Todd and Wallace Stone, to push and pull the "plot" along. I'll never forget the wonderfully placed film-set satire scene.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

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