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Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend [Blu-ray]

3.8 out of 5 stars 91 customer reviews

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Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Join a thrilling expedition deep in the forbidding African jungle, where two modern scientists are about to make an amazing discovery!
While studying rare fossils, they discover a pair of enormous Brontosauruses and a hatchling dinosaur alive in the heart of the rain forest! To protect this rare find, they must escape from a tribe of mystical native warriors and evade the grasp of an evil scientist in the ultimate battle to survive! Screen favorites Sean Young (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective) and William Katt (TV s Greatest American Hero) star in this entertaining adventure of gigantic proportions!

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A Jungle Adventure! --USA Today

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Product Details

  • Actors: Sean Young, William Katt
  • Directors: Bill L. Norton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0054WPWRA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,333 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This is an excellent story that, while clearly fictitious, well represents the treatment of exotic animals by humans. As in real life, profiteers feel the need to exploit nature for their own benefit. Unlike real life, this movie has a happy ending. A PG-13 rating would probably be more appropriate; while there are topless women, we are talking National Geographic topless, not Penthouse topless.
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For year I looked high and low for this film on DVD and couldn't find it anywhere. Luckily I persisted and look...I found the bluray version no less.

This is a touching story that doesn't go too far with the environmental message. It makes its point without belaboring that point. A very different role for The Greatest American Hero and a fun love interest. An interesting, and seemingly realistic, view of native/modern man meeting and interacting.

Before there was Jurassic Park there was Baby....the most lovable dino ever. I miss seeing dinosaurs portrayed as something natural and not some sort of man made threat, or abberation from another universe. Open your eyes and mind to the possibility that there just might be more large animals that currently exist without our knowledge.

More importantly just enjoy a good adventure that the whole family will enjoy.
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I loved this movie when I was a kid. I was so happy to find it on DVD. It is just wonderful. It is a great story and makes you take a look at what man does to the Earth and its creatures.
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man this movie!, when i saw it here on amazon i had to buy it hands down. I remember watching this as a kid whenever i had the chance to rent it from an old video store that i used to go and since it was about dinosaurs specially from the brontosaurus(which is one of my favorites species) it was natural for me to see it and i was never disappoint by the movie .

Pretty much the story revolves around a scientist discovers the existence of dinosaurs and is killed by another one who wants to take the discovery for himself and become famous. A marry couple try there best to protect this species from been taken by the evil scientist which in this aspect is about the baby brontosaurus. A simple story yet effective, interesting enough this movie was aim for kids which in today standards it wouldn't considered as such. For what it was of its time, the effects where really impressive, one could say Jurassic Park got inspire by this movie.

Now for the blue ray version of this i have to say its kinda disappointing in some aspect ( do not have the dvd version but bare with me):
- the menu selection is very simple with 2 options, play and chapter select.
- No extra There is no Extra which this could have been pretty nice to see like some documentary of the making of the movie, the making of the dinosaurs, some deleted scene or how they did the special effects. heck they could just added a picture collection or some video promotions of the movie when it was gonna be shown in theaters.
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Many years ago I recorded this movie, and thought I would love to own a copy. Had a hard time finding it.
Those who love the dinosaurs this would be a great story for them. It is the story of a hatchling and what
two people do to keep it from being sold for a side show.
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PARENTAL NOTICE: The movie contains quite a bit of nonsexual frontal nudity of native Africans. Parents buying this for their kids should be aware of this fact.
Having gotten that out of the way, let's move on to the actual review.
Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend is an adventure movie from 1985. It concerns the legendary cryptid Mokele-mbembe of the Congo Basin area of Africa. The creature is presented here as being a brontosaurus (apatasaurus wasn't widely accepted as the proper name by most laymen in the 1980s). William Katt and Sean Young portray a young married American couple in Africa who find a family of these dinosaurs while investigating an illness in a remote villiage.
The special effects are very, very dated by today's standards but still remarkable for their ability to add to the story. Baby, the titular character, is given a range of emotions despite being little more than a large amount of foam rubber. William Katt and Sean Young both give decent performances and Patrick McGoohan is wonderful as the professor obsessed with the creatures. The story isn't especially deep and there are a number of standard 80's movie cliches such as the near mandatory helicopter chase scene.
I enjoyed this movie as a kid and am happy to have it in my collection. It won't be to everyone's taste, especially people who've gotten used to "Jurassic Park" style dinosaurs. With a little suspention of disbelief, however, it can be appreciated by anybody who's ever wanted to find something amazing.
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I saw this years ago as a kid, mind you a g-rated version of it. I've always had a love of dinosaurs as a child and this movie reinforced that back when I saw it in school. The old fashioned visual effects and practical effects work is pretty decent upon my most recent viewing and my young viewers did not seem to mind.

But be warned:
I put this movie on for my sisters kids while I prepped some snacks for them in the kitchen. I hear giggling coming from the living room and low and behold I walk into the living room to see topless large breasted African indigenous tribal women. I was not expecting that and I fast forwarded the scene completely red faced while the kids howled with laughter. Still, I think there was hardly anything wrong with it. These kids watch discovery channel and they occasionally see nudity on Bear Gryllis and so on featuring tribal peoples around the world. It made for a funny story though.
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