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I think children of the 90's have the shared experience of being pelted with everything dinosaur. There was The Land Before Time, Jurassic Park, TV's Dinosaurs, and the many sequels that followed, not to mention museum exhibits and animatronic dinosaur experiences. At this point, I am predisposed to love dinosaur movies. How is it possible then that directors David Krentz and Erik Nelson with narrator Werner Herzog took a film about dinosaurs ripping each other limb-to-limb and made it so boring?

Dinotasia is a series of vignettes of mother dinosaurs protecting their babies, grown dinosaurs tearing each other apart, or dinosaur parents getting killed, leaving their baby dinosaurs behind. Between each vignette, Herzog provides ridiculous narration about how the world of dinosaurs is a stage and how there are no heroes or villains in nature. This is a series of dinosaurs fighting, and the film's narration is trying to convince »

- Rachel Kolb

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