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I would call this a poor mans Jurasic Park but this one is so bad that its more like a homeless man's Lost World.
it's as bad as I thought it would be!
A lab conducts secret biological experiments developing dinosaurs until one the creatures escapes and kills locals. By no means great but helped for me by Melissa Brasselle, a personal b-movie favourite of mine.
A vast majority of the dinosaur scenes are nothing but cheap stock footage from Carnosaur, which were not that great to begin with, acting was terrible, and the plot was boring
It's just a bunch of clips from Carnosaur, Carnosaur 2, and Carnosaur 3 slapped together with a few new characters and a slightly new story. It was obviously made to cash in on Jurassic Park III. The new characters aren't even that good and the editing is cheap, but at least they tried to make some of their actors look like the people from the stock footage scenes. Ultimately a pointless film but it does allow you to watch some of the better scenes in the Carnosaur series through one setting.
You know your movie is visual rape when you have to steal from the Carnosaur franchise.
it's crap but fun 2 watch
This is a must watch. Full of hilarity. Great movie to play 'spot the errors'. Each time you watch there are more to be found.
Edited together with the last 3 in the series this supposed fourth entry in the series is incredibly fake and obviously in use of stock footage that makes certain aspects of the movie feel like they're taking place in two different areas. Maybe this sequel/reboot/remake/intrequel is asking for too much from its audience, which is really just stupid to being watching this far into the series.
Terrible... but in a funny way