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The dinosaurs are severely inaccurate. The T. Rex's arms are too big and have three fingers and Summerlee identifies a certain dinosaur as a Brontosaurus early on in the movie, but no such creature existed, also, if it did, it would not have spikes on it's tail like a Stegosaurus. See more »
This film starts fine but once the mission to find "The Lost World" starts, it goes from not so good, to bad, to terrible and is very quickly farcical.
I would imagine that this was a box office flop and if so, I'm not surprised. Mind you, on the budget it was clearly made on, they (the Financiers) can't have lost very much money, I think my Children's pocket money for a year could have paid for better special effects.
The inaccuracy too is ludicrous. Since when did the original location of Conan Doyle's masterpiece transpose from South America to Mongolia? And since when did Mongolia look so much like Canada? If you've never seen another version of this film or read the book, you might enjoy it. Bon Chance!
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