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O Brave Lost World that has such creatures in it!
It wasn't all that long ago that this sort of short, lightly scientific, flashy documentary was pretty much all you could see at Imax cinemas. Now they are used fill up the gaps between the likes of Sucker Punch and Avatar.
"Monsters" is informative, cogent and a word one wouldn't usually associate with 80-foot-tall films about dinosaurs: charming.
Behind the hard-sell title and trailers lies an informative, child-friendly documentary about the evolutionary development and legacy of pterodactyls and other winged reptiles that should enjoy a long run at museums and science centers.
It's one thing watching a science fiction movie with its clutch of exotic creatures, but it's quite another watching a documentary in IMAX 3D that puts us within touching distance of a flying pterosaur the size of a giraffe 220 million yeas ago
The great thing about this veteran national treasure is that he can make almost anything interesting - and he doesn't have to try very hard here.
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