Return to the Lost World (1993)

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Filmed in the Zimbabwe jungles at the same time as its precursor, the 1992 version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic adventure fantasy The Lost World, this sequel is set a few years after the six explorers journeyed into the Belgian Congo and discovered the isolated plateau where dinosaurs still thrive. The explorers have regrouped because a greedy oil developer is threatening to destroy the fragile ecosystem that supports the great beasts. Before they can effectively stop the rapacious oil company, they must first contend with the personality differences that again threaten to fracture the group's unity. When the oilmen steal a baby stegosaurus, the expedition becomes more urgent. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Rating: PG
Genre: Action & Adventure , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: Timothy Bond
Written By: Peter Welbeck
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John Rhys-Davies
as Challenger
David Warner
as Summerlee
Eric McCormack
as Edward Malone
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More of the first, but even more childish and slow. Nothing is different, the plot is less interesting, and the characters somehow become worst.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

I hated the first one and wasn't going to bother with this... But my vow to watch sequels kicked in. And... It is much better! It's actually unintentionally funny in places. Characters have fairly interesting arcs. But then the films feels too long again and I got bored. Tacky, low budget, uninspired, but it's better than the first so watch this instead if you HAVE to watch either one.

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki

I hated the first one and wasn't going to bother with this... But my vow to watch sequels kicked in. And... It is much better! It's actually unintentionally funny in places. Characters have fairly interesting arcs. But then the films feels too long again and I got bored. Tacky, low budget, uninspired, but it's better than the first so watch this instead if you HAVE to watch either one.

Robert I (Master of All Movies)
Robert I (Master of All Movies)

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