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Age of Dinosaurs (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi | 8 October 2015 (Hungary)
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Using breakthrough flesh-regeneration technology, a biotech firm creates a set of living dinosaurs. But when the creatures escape their museum exhibit and terrorize Los Angeles, a former ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gabe Jacobs
Jade Jacobs
Joshua Michael Allen ...
Craig Carson
Leo Karst
Johannes Goetz ...
Julia Paul ...
Sgt. Mike
Laura Tuny ...
Kim Evans
Roani Whent ...
Joe Bohn ...
News Pilot
Technican Rosario
Kameshia Duncan ...
Eric Geller ...
Helicopter Pilot


Using breakthrough flesh-regeneration technology, a biotech firm creates a set of living dinosaurs. But when the creatures escape their museum exhibit and terrorize Los Angeles, a former firefighter must rescue his teenage daughter from the chaos brought on by the Age of Dinosaurs. Written by Anonymous

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Back from extinction!


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8 October 2015 (Hungary)  »

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Extinction Level  »

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Many of the scenes were filmed near the American Apparel building in Los Angeles. See more »


When the helicopter drops CEO Justin Juarisco on the roof, the helicopter is seen flying off, then 2 cuts later it's standing still (supposedly on the roof) as the pilot gives Justin a thumbs up to his command to wait for him there. See more »


[first lines]
Medical Technician 1: [subtitled] Can you drop the blood pressure down to six?
Medical Technician 2: [subtitled] Yes.
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References Clash of the Empires (2012) See more »

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17 March 2014 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

A dinosaur rampage ! Not the most original idea for a movie but one that sounds like total and enjoyable nonsense , There might be a slight reservation to this and that is AGE OF DINOSAURS is being broadcast on the SyFy nearly every film you see on it is overly reliant on CGI and dumb scripting . That said the film does contain a couple of relatively well known cast members in the shape of Treat Williams and Ronny Cox and even if they're not Hollywood A listers at least it gives some hope for the movie

As Morgan Freeman said to Tim Robbins " Hope is a dangerous thing " and watching this film you know what he's getting at . Any hope that this would be an atypical SyFy channel movie are soon dashed . The dinosaurs are of course poor CGI realisation and one wonders how much fun it would have been working on this production ? " More fun than actually watching it " you cry and you'd probably be right . Once the dinosaurs make a breakout there's no internal logic on a narrative or mis-en-scene level . For example after the mad scientists and the greedy corporate capitalists have brought the reptiles back to life , they all make a beeline for the nearest cupboard because hiding in a cupboard is the only way to escape from a dinosaur . The production team realising that the audience tuned in to see on screen dino carnage try and get around this by introducing spectacle but you end up thinking maybe hiding in a cupboard best suited the story . As the terrible lizards charge down a busy LA street it's obvious this has been achieved by randomly filming an everyday street scene and generating CGI dinosaurs on to the footage . Words fail to convey how unconvincing all of this is as a cyclist peddles down the street not noticing there's a giant T-Rex a few feet away from him . The dinosaurs for some reason then attack a shopping and the first time the shoppers realise there's a lizard attack is when they're on the dino-menu . Considering the time frame involved and that there's a news copter flying around you'd think the shoppers would have been forewarned by someone calling them on their cell phones telling them what's happening . This type of clumsy ignorance is typical of the film but it does contain at least one sensible thinking when the media warn everyone to remain indoors and not to venture out in to the streets which of course negates the production team having to film scenes with lots of extras

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