In an alternate futuristic society, a tough female police detective is paired with a talking dinosaur to find the killer of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals leading them to a mad scientist bent on creating a new Armageddon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In an alternate futuristic society, a tough female police detective is paired with a talking dinosaur to find the killer of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals leading them to a mad scientist bent on creating a new Armageddon.
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Anthony G (de) wrote: This is a protagonist that people can finally relate to. The amount of impossible characters that appear in these films takes away from the magic of them, yet this piece is a true masterpiece in the way it portrays every character as flawed. It's not funny, but it' gives a nice perspective on the life of a fat kid with an awesome art direction.
Charles M (ag) wrote: Nothing new, nothing terrible.
Matthew B (au) wrote: Supposedly "shocking" movie falls flat on its face with horrible acting and awkward cinematography.
Clinton C (ca) wrote: I've always been a huge fan of the author James Lee Burke. Tommy Lee Jones did a fine job playing the hero, Dave Robichaud, as did Alec Baldwin before him in Heaven's Prisoners.I've read everything he's ever written, at least 3 times LOL! This film is a visit with an old familiar and cherished friend...
Stephen D (jp) wrote: I have recently watched a lot of good documentaries, and for the most part they have been good for the same reasons. Either the subject matter is compelling and relevant, or they are about people who are interesting character studies. The great subject matter films include The Devil's Playground (about amish teenagers going out into the world for Rumspringa), and Jesus Camp (about brainwashing tactics and politicization of Jesus in ultra-conservative Christian camps). Great character studies have come up in Grizzly Man (with a withdrawn, possibly closeted homosexual, man who lives out whole seasons with grizzlies in the Alaskan wilderness) and Deliver us from Evil (about a sexually abusive priest). After Innocence benefits as a film from having wonderful real people who have been (and in many cases) are living out a societal hell. The subject matter is also the most relevant for a documentary. The film is about several men who were proven innocent by DNA testing or the confession of the real criminal after serving several years in prison. It also shows the difficulties they face going back to a society that, for most states, has no system in place to compensate them for their lost years. It serves to educate the public, who are ultimately responsible for the mistakes made, and also for stopping and correcting future errors. In many cases, the men in this film look like exactly how you would expect a criminal to look. Many of them share backgrounds where a criminal would statistically be expected to come from, but one is a police officer, and others were at the wrong place at the wrong time or wearing the wrong clothes. All of them are without a doubt innocent, throwing doubt on any weak criminal case. The fact that at least two of these men was proven innocent after being given the death penalty, although fortunately before the sentence was carried out, gave me great pause. The time spent in prison ranged from 6 years to over 20. The film highlights how the justice system is insufficiently egotistical in nature, granting definite sentences for cases that are not so definite or proven. As time goes by, we learn more and more about the mistakes that were made, and what was taken as a result. It seems that innocent till proven guilty gets thrown out the window when we assume that an accused must have done something wrong. The prosecuters and accusers from the cases range from severely apologetic (prosecutors apologize, one embraced the accused, on rape victim apologized and embraced a man she had falsely identified as her rapist), although some prosecuters fought against the release of the prisoners even in the face of absolute evidence of innocence. One even stated that even though the accused was innocent, the courts owed him no apology as the system worked as it should. This incredulous statement ignores the fact that the system was set up to protect the innocent. Any sane society should disbar that prosecutor if they do not have the stomache to imprison him for his overly aggressive tactics and his lack of respect for the justice he is supposed to serve. This film is the most important documentary, and should be required viewing for all juries on criminal cases.
Marcus W (us) wrote: If you fail to make any character likeable then nobody cares what happens to them.
Laara C (ag) wrote: This is one those movies that kind of shows, that when you travel to different country you need to take repercussions. Very emotional movie I must say, plus it has that special bonding of real friendship. At the end, I understood why she put herself in that position.
Chloe M (jp) wrote: I've already seen it, but I want to see it again!!!
Yuri B (fr) wrote: This movie was just laugh out loud funny... still among my favorites.
Frank M (it) wrote: Well worth seeing and pardon my dark side of humour, but imagine they crucified Barabbas... would there have been a Bible and Christianity?
Rory Fyfe S (es) wrote: Good movie. Well acted.
Timothy H (it) wrote: it's amazing how brutal that war was