Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia

Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia

If it weren't for a series of cataclysmic events, a comet impact being first on the list, our planet could well still be the domain of dinosaurs. Following Pr Rodolfo Coria, a world-reknown Argentinian paleontologist, we visit sites of major discoveries he has contributed to in Patagonia and travel back in time to see these amazing beasts come to life in 3D...

If it weren't for a series of cataclysmic events, a comet impact being first on the list, our planet could well still be the domain of dinosaurs. Following Pr Rodolfo Coria, a world-reknown... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia torrent reviews

Juli N (au) wrote: Pelted my big screen with food it was so bad!

Christina H (it) wrote: Watched: 28 June 2014

Tara H (ca) wrote: Not much of a story, but still a great holiday movie with plenty of laughs and thrills for the kids.

Jasper C (gb) wrote: A funny, twisting, intriguing family gossip film! Cosner may be old but he's still so hot!

Jenna R (jp) wrote: For some reason I liked this movie..

Phillip G (au) wrote: A fine assortment of top English actors and one outstanding Australian director combine to create an effective, luke-warm drama on the life of ordinary people and those they choose to call friends. The film suffers from regrettably cheesy flashbacks (and therefore too little screentime for the fine older English thesps) but none-the-less it is a satisfying, well-made and simply film about simple people and the legacy that they leave behind in death.

Greg S (de) wrote: Very good for a Troma film. I chuckled audibly a few times, and found a couple great quotables in this. ("I'm about to cut me off a slice of that... fried bologna.")

James S (us) wrote: This movie was awful! Why did they get rid of Robin Williams from the first movie?!

Pascal S (it) wrote: revu et quelque peu du quand mme...

Kim B (br) wrote: I didn't like this movie at first. It made me uncomfortable, in part because I expected something more along the lines of two of my favorite nineties films, "Wide Awake" and "Little Man Tate." Steven/Franz's father was a total jerk, to me, and the mental illness of the uncles didn't seem like it was actually going to be TREATED like illness. I felt very uncomfortable for Franz Lidz, feeling sorry that he had grown up in such an environment. The first half of this movie fooled me, however. Not everything in it was what it seemed. As it got closer and closer to the end, a rich mix of emotion bubbled up through the surface without becoming sticky, sickly, or melodramatic, and the conclusion made me tear up. I began to care about these characters like they were a quirky extension of my own family. The main idea I took from the whole thing is that Franz was a smart kid who could handle the less-than-pleasant side of the world, and seeing as how he wrote the memoir that inspired this nice little movie, it sure seems like he did. It's a shame that this movie is doomed to relative obscurity. It's definitely the kind of quirky-yet-grounded movie that doesn't get made anymore... at least, not this way.

Thomas N (br) wrote: Puppet Master Andre Toulon is resurrected by his fellow puppets but this time he is played by Steve Welles. Not the most important film out of the series but at least we get a new puppet that goes by the name of Torch. Also take note that this film does not leave off where the first one ended at least not exactly.

Justin K (de) wrote: Greatest, single-encompassing, fantasy movie of all-time.

Armando P (de) wrote: Cult movie from thee 80's. Talented actors giving a breathless performance.

Samitha B (nl) wrote: The story wasn't great, but one must love those fight sequences.

Jason L (de) wrote: The best of the first three in the series. For the first time, Apted's subjects have the ability to properly express their emotions, and the results are really moving.

Stevie S (nl) wrote: haha at least now I know why everyone hates this movie! I used to think it was so badass when I was a kid. I can't believe all that glorious cheese went right over my head. fucking LL Cool J gets sniped in the back during a 10 min "getaway" scene filmed entirely with night vision. lolwut?! if you don't laugh watching this movie there's something seriously wrong with you. I'd love to know who cast Chris Klein as the lead though. dude is such a fucking goober. I certainly hope they were going for a cheesy b movie vibe. otherwise it's just sad.

Dipak B (it) wrote: I am always looking for good films to watch, last night,after the ICC World Cup 2011, I sat down and watched THE TRIAL. It was refreshing to see a movie that had a simple message and for once not have that message rammed down our throats. And felt that, some of the elements from the film really helped. I loved the cast, story . Nice movie !!

Pichi P (fr) wrote: What would you do if you were to live a random day over and over again? Groundhog Day anwers this question quite accurately for Phil Connors.

Daniel P (mx) wrote: I was NOT expecting this to be so good; the trailer was awful after all. But combination of Jonathan Demme and Diablo Cody plus a brainstormingly brilliant Meryl Streep rewards grade A gold.

Lilly F (jp) wrote: Critics were wrong. Fantastic movie with many twists, best movie I've seen in a while!