The Last Dinosaur
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"It eats meat! Us!!" It is a Tyrannosaurus, ruler of a lost world hidden within a dormant polar volcano. Us are members of expedition led by a big game hunter and u?berzillionaire (Richard Boone). And eats - well, you get the idea, tyrant lizard fans! Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass, who charmed families with The Year Without a Santa Claus and more animated and stop-motion holiday heartwarmers, relied on dinomight for The Last Dinosaur, the sort of thrill-a-minute popcorn-seller that gives bad movies a good name. Join the adventurers as they encounter a perilous array of prehistoric beasts, a tribe of savage cavemen and a T. rex who, despite its less-than-special effect appearance, can kick some serious Triceratops butt.
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the opening intro sounds like a Bond Movie! :D
If you close your eyes you can picture the girl-sillouettes dancing/moving with the song.
As a boy raised on Godzilla, among other giant mosters, rubber-suit characters hold a special place in my heart.
The T-rex in this story is SO awesome, in a corny way, the best part of the movie is the fight with the T-rex and Triceratops.
There's some funny moments, moments of romance that come out of nowhere, and a 'madman' of a hunter who won't rest until he's killed himself a T-rex!!
The plot is somewhat similar to "The Land That Time Forgot", except that they're TRYING to get where the dinosaurs are.
Its corny, its laughable, it makes your eyes roll, and the best parts are when the T-rex is on screen.
I've already watched this movie at least 5 times within 8 days since i got it.
It's just a fun to watch movie, if you can ignore the couple minutes of silliness near the beginning. And the fact that such a
great big game hunter can miss a shot at a dinosaur the size of a barn, and then have his gun jam like an amateur. But it really is
a good movie to sit and watch on a rainy or snowy day inside. Recommend.
(Don't worry if you are white....the only people killed are the two minorities.)
This is the movie that Spielberg wished he would have made when he debuted his cinematic farce, "Jurassic Park"! Ever notice, Park backwards is Krap?! Coincidence, I think not. Buy a copy of TLD, gather the family around and prepare yourself for cinematic gold.......the epicurean gold of CHEESE. That's how I roll.