Last Day of the Dinosaurs
Last Day of the Dinosaurs is a 2010 Discovery Channel television documentary about the extinction of the dinosaurs. It portrays the Alvarez hypothesis as the cause of extinction.
- Stars:Bill Mondy,
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Julie G (ag) wrote: Nice sets. Borderline acting. Bad plot. For die-hard fans of ancient Egyptian horror and Adam Baldwin.
Shawn W (nl) wrote: Yeah, I waited too. It still didn't get any better.
William K (mx) wrote: A wonderfully powerful and melancholy film beautifully filmed in Budapest. Marvelous!
Stefan G (gb) wrote: This film may have been intended as a satirical jab at the glut of formulaic action films that were being released in the 80's and 90's, but not only does it fail at that, it fails at being a decent action film. The biggest problem is that the plot is completely ridiculous. For me, the film could have been more satirical if the whole film played out like an action film that didn't always take itself seriously, as opposed to the whole "magic ticket" approach. As soon as the "real world" setting was laid out, this film started to feel like more of a generic family film, and it's not as though Jack Slater's world is any better, because the people in it look and act so out of touch with reality that it's outdated. The film was made in 1993, and yet everyone in Jack Slater's world acts like it's still 1986, and for once, that's not even remotely charming. The acting is alright, and Charles Dance's performance in this film is truly underrated, but the characters constantly act so ridiculous. The problem with a setting that gives characters licence to act like they're in a Hollywood movie is that they always take it too far. To take this film for what it is requires not so much a suspension of disbelief, but a complete silence of disbelief, and for someone like me, that's strictly impossible. To sum it up, it's a bad joke as a blockbuster film, and a near absolute failure as an action film. I'll admit that the film does have plenty of enjoyable moments, but at 131 minutes, this tedious relic of the 90's will most likely cause some of your brain to melt.
Brett W (br) wrote: 70's classic, the best surf movie ever made, but it is way more than just a surf movie.
John W (es) wrote: classic late 70s tv space drama
Marrick A (nl) wrote: Watched it at the MFAH in Houston. It's just a typical band tour video footage movie. Nothing special. But the fact that seeing it put me in a small group of people who ever have seen it on the big screen was worth the price of admission.
Stephen K (kr) wrote: A movie that was made for (and in some cases with) the fans of the tv show. The best time I've had in a movie theatre this year.
Staush P (br) wrote: Not even good on a funny cheesy level.
Joe B (gb) wrote: Not as funny as i thought it would be and man that kid really sucked the life out of the movie, he was so annoying!
Jacob M (br) wrote: Catching up on old reviews. Basically a modern Harry/Sally. Bit raunchy.
Christian S (mx) wrote: un beau film qui ressemble un biographie.