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Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (17-Dec-1996)

Director: Jonathan Winfrey

Writer: Rob Kerchner

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rodman Flender
Film Director
9-Jun-1962   Idle Hands
Janet Gunn
Actor
2-Nov-1961   Lost Voyage
Michael McDonald
Comic
31-Dec-1964   MADtv
Scott Valentine
Actor
3-Jun-1958   Det. Rafferty on Black Scorpion
Terri J. Vaughn
Actor
16-Oct-1969   Lovita Jenkins on The Steve Harvey Show

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 6-May-2006)

Avoid this movie like the plague. This is the biggest piece of crap I ever watched in my life. The plot goes like this, a team of terrorists steals what they think is a shipment of uranium but it turns out to be two raptors and a T-Rex. Predictably they all get killed. Then a "crack" team of 5 marines or whatever get sent to investigate. All but 3 are eaten. But, before I go further I have to say something about the God awful dinosaurs. They look like leftover piles of rubber from an auto company, or kids in a costume at Halloween. At one point, near the end, the T-Rex gets blown up and YOU CAN SEE THE HYDRAULICS ON THE INSIDE OF IT. Not to mention that the dialogue was seemingly written by a retard with a mental disease. Seriously, I could have mad a better movie with $100 of my own money. The whole movie takes place in this underfurnished warehouse, and apparently jumps settings to a boat. I didn't see this because I was too busy in the other room, plotting suicide. Whoever made these movies needs to die a horrible death. At any cost, do not rent or buy this worthless piece of shit.


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