Dinosaur Valley Girls (Mammoth Edition)
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Dinosaur Valley Girls' plot is WEAK! I've seen 'adult films' with better plots. The acting is fifth rate at best. The only decent thing in the film are the dinosaurs. Yeah, I know, stop motion can't stand up to the CGI in most films today (Walking With Dinosaurs, anyone?), but on a tight budget (which I assume was the case) it wasn't too bad. Species like camptosaurus and saltasaurus can ONLY be seen in this film. The girls are beautiful (although one dimensional and silly) and are the only reason (besides the dinos of course) I'll keep this film. The video transfer is no better then a 5 year old VHS tape and the sound is mono (if not it's the worst 2 channel I've ever heard). The film makes up a tad in the extras department, though. There is a 'Making of' and 'Deleted Scenes' section. These are the only things that save it from a single star review. Rent it if you must.
expert, and novelist Don Glut lacks merit. I've watched it three times in preparing this review and I think it's a hoot.
Action-film star Tony Markham [played by Jeff Rector, who looks and speaks a bit like Charlie Sheen] is haunted by dreams and visions of a beautiful cavewoman in a valley of dinosaurs. When an ancient artifact transports the actor back in time, he soon learns that Hollywood heroics won't be enough to protect the cavewoman and her tribe from the perils of this time-lost world. It's a decent
premise with a satisfying conclusion, and that's not something we always get from movies with much bigger budgets.
There are two versions of the movie. The director's cut has boobies. Lots of boobies. They're quite nice, but, on occasion, they slow down the film. The family version covers up the boobies, but still has sexual elements that probably wouldn't be appropriate for young viewers.
Rector is good in his role, but the outstanding performances come from Karen Black and Ed Fury as an estranged cave-couple whose split also split the tribe into separate male and female tribes. Again, it's an amusing concept and Glut and his actors work it for many laughs along the way. An anti-smoking running gag gets a bit old, but it leads to a painting-on-the-wall sight gag that had me
laughing out loud.
Most commentary tracks put me to sleep, but Glut's impressed the heck out of me as he described how much bang he, his cast, and his crew got from the minimal bucks that financed this movie. It's practically a course in low-budget filmmaking.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I saw this movie on cable when it came out on showtime or something. I got it for THE best worst song ever "Jurassic Punk". Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Winter
The movie arrived on time and played fine. As for the quality of the movie, well it was what I expected.Published 14 months ago by Guy Tyler Kollig
1. This is an OK movie. Not Great, but not terrible.
2. Plot is OK
3. Very little sex scenes/nudity.
While it is standard knowledge in the scientific community that humans and Dinosaurs never met face to face, film makers continue to place them in the same time era. Read morePublished on May 10, 2011 by Tyrone Rex
I don't think I've ever seen a more disappointing excuse for a 'T&A' movie than this exercise in stupidity. Read morePublished on March 17, 2010 by D. Steinmetz
I must have been BRAIN DEAD when I ordered this one. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!Published on August 22, 2009 by Josef H. Buerger VI
it was horrble. it should no male parts i hated it i would like it to tell anyome evem thinking of buying it dont its a wastePublished on June 22, 2009 by John Ellison
Dinosaur Valley Girls is one hour and thirty-four minutes and was released on video on September 16, 1997. Read morePublished on May 22, 2009 by Michael Patrick Boyd
This movie is funny as well as borderline erotic. the actresses were all enjoyable to watch as the sexy cavewomen, and the late William Marshall(the original Blacula)was at his... Read morePublished on January 2, 2007 by Henry West
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