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The Dinosaur Project


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  • Actors: Natasha Loring, Matt Kane, Richard Dillane
  • Directors: Sid Bennett
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 26, 2013
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BJB2FCU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,212 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Dinosaur Project" on IMDb

Editorial Reviews

While on an expedition in search of the African Loch Ness Monster, a team of explorers happen upon a Jurassic world that is inhabited by creatures which civilization has thought extinct for millions of years. These carnivorous dinosaurs prove to be territorial and more clever than expected in choosing their prey.

Customer Reviews

Don't let the majority fool you into thinking this movie is a waste of time because it isn't.
blackaciddevil
Others have said this movie is boring---I didn't think it was boring because I couldn't see most of it---many scenes were really dark or cut-off.
wilma2213
"The Dinosaur Project" employs a shaky documentary-looking style, trying to increase realism, but I think the film does it too often.
Tsuyoshi

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By wilma2213 on May 17, 2013
Format: DVD
Others have said this movie is boring---I didn't think it was boring because I couldn't see most of it---many scenes were really dark or cut-off. There seemed to be no story or plotline;although a murder was attempted. This movie was one of those Blair Witch-type movies where someone waves a camera around in bad light cutting off people's heads, legs and other body parts plus there's no noticeable script. But the audio portion was okay and when you finally (after about 50 min) see the dinosaurs they look pretty real but the movie is only 78 minutes long. Finally, the movie doesn't let us know if the explorers were rescued or if they all died. Overall, I can't recommend that anyone spend money to rent or buy this movie because of the awkward photography and lack of story.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By 1337 on October 20, 2012
Format: DVD
This is definitely the best dinosaur movie since Jurassic Park.
J.P was the first step in making the ultimate dinosaur movie, both intelligent, with perfect give-away atmosphere and those movies are an eye-candy. This movie was the best of the rest. Nothing took Jurassic park movies from it's 1st place, but the second place is definitely for this movie.

The story was okay, because it is hard to believe in a place where dinosaurs somehow survived. Not just one or 2 of them, but plenty of species, including flying ones. And as soon as we have them it is hard to believe that this will remain a secret for long. The movie has a potential, and there could be done a second sort of chapter for the movie.

Acting was great and actors were good. Did not fell in love with any of them and I think the son and father relationship was a little too much. I mean I did not like it. Sure that shows a picture of who is who, but I still think it was just too much.

Dinosaurs models are just good, not just some bad CGI models, but they are really good, when comparing them to other dinosaur movies.

I would give the movie 4 stars if not the twisted (sort of) ending. I found myself with lots of questions on what will happen next, and I enjoyed the twist (the last 10 minutes) more, than the rest of the movie. It sort of got me right there.

Also there is a relationship with dinosaur, that really made the movie stand out. It's not something I expected to see and like. Usually it's bad CGI models that I see in other movies, but here it was not the same.

I'm upset that this movie is not on blu-ray yet or even dvd region 1 (though I use region 1 &2 dvds).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amy R Becket on February 18, 2013
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I bought this movie for my kids to watch. And I must say, it had us glued to our seats. My kids ages are from 6 to 14 and they loved it. A lot of the movie is from a first person view. But it was not hard to follow.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 7, 2013
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This movies is long, wordy, minimal interaction with dinosaur, seemed more of a report than a movie. It was painful to stay focused, Made me think twice what type of movies my money goes to.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on March 24, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
With the increase of sightings of the Mokele Mbembe in the Congo, a group of British adventurers and scientists take out to find them. Jonathan (Richard Dillane) is the leader of the group, while his undisciplined electronic whiz son Luke (Matt Kane) comes along as a stowaway. Natasha "tank top" Loring provides some early eye candy. Amara (Abena Ayivor) is their local guide who knows more than what she tells. There are others too.

On their way to the location, their helicopter is taken down, as it seems they are not designed to withstand an impact from a single pterodactyl. Once on the ground, more CG critters are encountered.

On the plus side we get to see the dinosaurs early in the film and don't have to wait until the last frame. The CG dinosaurs are a cut above the rubber head ones previously used in that Area 51 downed plane film. There are still problems with the hand held genre. Luke's at home stationary mounted camera shakes, zooms, and pans on its own. I think this would have been a better production if they were to have a limited use of this hand held genre within the film. It just doesn't work.

The acting wasn't that great as I found myself yearning for the return of Jeff Goldblum. I kept hoping a dinosaur would bite the head off Matt Kane as I grew weary of his facial close-ups and idiotic comments. The day after the crew was attack by dinosaurs, Luke uses his camera to lament about his relationship with his father. HEY LUKE! You were just attacked by dinosaurs!

Writer and director Sid Bennett squandered a great opportunity to make a quality film.

Parental guide: No f-bombs (for a change) sex, or nudity. Not worth the rental fee.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on March 24, 2013
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With the increase of sightings of the Mokele Mbembe in the Congo, a group of British adventurers and scientists take out to find them. Jonathan (Richard Dillane) is the leader of the group, while his undisciplined electronic whiz son Luke (Matt Kane) comes along as a stowaway. Natasha "tank top" Loring provides some early eye candy. Amara (Abena Ayivor) is their local guide who knows more than what she tells. There are others too.

On their way to the location, their helicopter is taken down, as it seems they are not designed to withstand an impact from a single pterodactyl. Once on the ground, more CG critters are encountered.

On the plus side we get to see the dinosaurs early in the film and don't have to wait until the last frame. The CG dinosaurs are a cut above the rubber head ones previously used in that Area 51 downed plane film. There are still problems with the hand held genre. Luke's at home stationary mounted camera shakes, zooms, and pans on its own. I think this would have been a better production if they were to have a limited use of this hand held genre within the film. It just doesn't work.

The acting wasn't that great as I found myself yearning for the return of Jeff Goldblum. I kept hoping a dinosaur would bite the head off Matt Kane as I grew weary of his facial close-ups and idiotic comments. The day after the crew was attack by dinosaurs, Luke uses his camera to lament about his relationship with his father. HEY LUKE! You were just attacked by dinosaurs!

Writer and director Sid Bennett squandered a great opportunity to make a quality film.

Parental guide: No f-bombs (for a change) sex, or nudity. Not worth the rental fee.
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