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this may be my nostalgia goggles talking but i really like this movie. its kind of short and the special effects arent jurassic park standards but it is a pretty good film in its own right. its a fun educational adventure that should occupy your time for a good 45 minutes.
It's an interesting little film, and it looked pretty great on the Imax screen from when I saw it all those years ago. The story is a little confusing, and it appears everything was a dream yet it's not... Anyway, it's a fun little film that any dinosaur enthusiast would enjoy.
T-Rex is my favorite dinosaur it is awsome.
Story, characters and plot â week, but for an Imax movie I was expecting this
IMAX Effects and camera shots are impressive. A must see from this point of view.
Date: 8 Feb 2002
Amt: Free (JLT)
Over at: 9.30pm
With: Jinesh, Ganesh, Shreekant, Ismail
Theatre: Imax Adlabs, Mumbai
Seat No: Free Seating
Imax was extravagant
WTF! The Crappiest 3D movie ever! No Story, very little Dinosour scenes. I had i hopes when I went to the Cinema to watch this. I thought this will be have suspense like Jurassic Park. No the story is about a girl who hallucinate of been in Creataceous Era and in front of Live T-Rex. What a ripoff?
A boring let-down? At IMAX? No...
It's IMAX with Dinosaurs! How did they screw this up!?
Not only is this the worst movie I've ever seen with Dinosaurs (granted they're in it for like.... 2 seconds), it's one of the most excrutiating cinematic experiences I've ever undertaken... TWICE. The second time was an accident :-(
This was O.K, but not as O.K as When Dinosaurs Roamed America