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Most reviews you read about this movie are actually about a different version of 'Lost World'. Usually the reviewers are talking about the pilot for the series 'Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World' that has the blonde with a perm in it. I understand the confusion, there were about 5 different versions of this made in the late '90's including Spielbergs 'Jurassic Park Lost world'. Even the TV Guide was confused, it listed 'The Lost World: with Patrick Bergin' but they actually broadcasted the one with the blonde with a perm that was the pilot for the TV series for TNT. Patrick Bergin's 'Lost World' was a very good version, personally I liked it the best out of all the 'Lost Worlds'.
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