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T-Rex won't be as effective on DVD (where the IMAX 3-D effects are amusingly pointless), but it's guaranteed to please anyone who enjoyed the similarly astounding CGI effects of Walking with Dinosaurs. Stauber is a refreshingly normal teen star, and although much of the dialogue sounds like it was cribbed from a grade-school science text, its educational value is perfectly matched to the wonders of Ally's prehistoric adventure. Director Brett Leonard previously helmed the pioneering FX flick The Lawnmower Man, and here he demonstrates a warmer, more accessible sense of wonder for kids and parents alike. At 45 minutes, this IMAX dazzler never wears out its welcome. --Jeff Shannon
Your money and time would both be better spent on that root-canal you've been putting off.
It attempts to make a point about proving and disproving theories but that gets a little lost in the story line and is never really clarified.
The emphasis is not so much on the T REX and what we think we know about it, but on the special effects of going back in time to see the T REX.
Serisouly. I worked at the Imax back in 2000 when this movie came out. I can qoute the whole movie and spite all of that I still just bought the movie to watch with old friends who... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Christy G
I had a good experience with this purchase , It came in a timely manner and the quality was good .Thanks again BillPublished on September 10, 2011 by Scattman
I use this video in the classroom when I teach my dinosaur unit. Not only is it like watching a movie but it has a lot fo useful information packed into it. Read morePublished on July 22, 2009 by Holly Lauber
This weekend my family and I were duped into seeing this in 3D at IMAX. My children, 3 year old twin boys fascinated with Dinosaurs, caught a glimpse of the advertising and begged... Read morePublished on June 22, 2009 by Nathan Risto
When I purchased this, I didn't realize it was more of a teaching video, rather than an actual movie, seeing Peter Hortons name, I thought it was a full scale movie, I was not... Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by MJ
I saw it in IMAX at Universal Studios Hollywood. I admit it was much better that way because that it is the way it was meant to be seen. Read morePublished on February 2, 2008 by David Johnson
This movie has two things going for it; the last 10 minutes and a wonderful William Ross score. Seeing it on the actual 3-D Imax for the first time was great. Read morePublished on October 21, 2006 by ophidian
I am NOT recommending buying the 2D DVD of this film. YOU HONESTLY MUST SEE IT IN 3D on a Very BIG Screen to appreciate it. Read morePublished on April 9, 2006 by Jeff N