After undersea explosions near a Caribbean island, prehistoric creatures are unleashed on the unsuspecting population.

After undersea explosions near a Caribbean island, prehistoric creatures are unleashed on the unsuspecting population. Freed from his watery tomb, as well, is a very friendly Neanderthal ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dinosaurus! torrent reviews

Viktor N (ag) wrote: Not at all bad, I enjoyed it.. Maybe not a instant classic but..

Andrew S (it) wrote: Decent story, but extremely predictable.

Marc F (nl) wrote: great casting, directed well, great script (subtitles for non-Scottish viewers). Powerful plot. Excellent film.

Daniel P (ag) wrote: Not as good as the original but decent for a sequel cashing in 23 years later.

Andrew D (nl) wrote: It's the gay version of a hallmark movie. Predictable, cheesy, and fluffy. As far as gay movies go it is pretty good. The movie does scratch the surface of masculinity in gay culture and gender roles in society. What adds most to this movie is the modern portrayal of a gay couple. It's not real life, movie couples never are, but presents them outside of the stereotypical gay movie characters.

Art S (mx) wrote: John Sayles is the master of multicultural social dramas featuring large casts. In his best work, the multiple story lines reinforce the points he wants to make without becoming too heavy handed (Lone Star may be my favorite of his films). Here, six women visit an unnamed South American country to adopt babies and we see the expected cultural differences. Marcia Gay Harden steals the show as an ugly American but her character sullies the scenes she is in. Plus small kids steal and huff spray paint, suggesting that being adopted is an escape from a worse fate? Perhaps there are too many political themes here that overwhelm some of the personal issues surrounding adoption. So, the result is a little half-baked (but undoubtedly well-intentioned).

Dave M (jp) wrote: The only things that were good about this movie were the women and the cars. There was no storyline whatsoever.

Kevin S (jp) wrote: Chuck shows Keith how he's playing the intro to Carol wrong. Priceless.

Ismail A (es) wrote: 3/5 5/10 Funny and a good screenplay but not as good as acting as there could be and it isn't suspensful as most war films should be.

Melanie D (de) wrote: Wow, I had no idea this film was so old. I saw it in my early teens, which was in the mid-90's, so when my mom bought it, I guess I assumed it was more recent then that. It's a really great (if sometimes brutal) little film that spreads the truth about war, and about how those who don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. In a post-apocalyptic world filled with mutants (some of which have gained magic), logic would dictate that they would no longer wage chemical and nuclear warfare, and yet... A solid 8.5/10.

Raven R (es) wrote: Great film. I enjoyed this. It kept me watching, even if it was a little long.

ChillinDylan G (jp) wrote: The best of his first 3 films. The movie is shot in much more Anderson style than Rushmore is with his quick cuts, great attention to detail in every tight frame, and multiple angles and depth. The cast consists of some of my favorite actors (Gene Hackman, Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow), and the performances are fantastic. A lot of information is divulged early and takes a little while to disseminate, but once you grasp each characters idiosyncrasies and motives, the film really gets into a flow. Gene Hackman pulls off the sleezy manipulator very convincingly, and the rest of the characters are very well constructed and portrayed. The narration, scene descriptions, and chapter breaks are all nice touches that add to the quirkiness, and the movie stays pretty even-keel throughout - even after Luke Wilson's big move - until the last 1/4. This film is certainly not as light-hearted as Moonrise Kingdom or even Bottle Rocket, but this film has deeper undertones and deals with more palatable personal issues (and personal discovery) than some of his other films. Very good film.Grade = 8.5/10