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Turok: Son of Stone (2008)

A Native American Indian fights for his people against odds previously unknown to them


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Young Catori (voice)
Young Turok / Cliff Person (voice)
Andar (voice) (as Adam G.)
Young Nashoba / Young Cliff Brave (voice) (as Matt Yang King)
Lead Raider / Chief (voice)
Elder #1 / Lost Land Shaman (voice)
Shaman / Chief Sentry (voice)
Turok (voice)
Catori (voice)
Nashoba (voice)
Chichak (voice)
Aniwa (voice)
Sepinto (voice)
Koba (voice)
Bridge Sentry (voice)


A Native American Indian fights for his people against odds previously unknown to them

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Release Date:

5 February 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Turok: Sin kamena  »

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Turok first appeared in Four Color #596, in a one-shot written by Dell cartoonist Gaylord DuBois. It was intended as a continuation of his earlier series Young Elk, with those characters in the lead roles, and it is now uncertain who came up with the names Turok and Andar, which replace the names Young Elk and Small Bow in this first of all the Turok stories. See more »


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Everyone's favorite dinosaur hunter is back!
28 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

Now, For those unfamiliar with the Turok franchise, Turok was a comic book series created in the mid fifties, that in the nineties got a major re-vamp when it became one of the best selling games of all time. "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter" was one of the first games I ever played as a child, and I have many fond memories of staying up late, and killing dinosaurs with my father. So naturally when I was walking through a local discount shop I was quite surprised to see "Turok: Son of Stone" on the DVD shelf. A movie of one of my favorite games as a kid? When did this come out? the $3.00 price tag made it a must buy, and when i got home that night I popped it in the DVD player and gave it a watch.

After many years in exile, Turok returns to his tribe to find that they have been mercilessly slaughtered by the maniacal Chichak. Chichak chases Turok, his nephew, Andar, and his sister in law, into the fabled Lost Lands where Dinosaurs are still very much alive.

And Needless to say, this movie was everything I hoped it would be. It is great fun, Great violence, and a great time all around. You get to see Turok slaughtering Dinosaurs, The Lost lands look perfect, and you can tell a lot of effort went into making this. It's not a perfect movie, but as a Turok movie it's as perfect as it could ever be.

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