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T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous (1998)

A youth who finds a dinosaur egg accidentally breaks it. Soon after, she begins to have surreal visions of dinosaurs, including the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Director:

Brett Leonard

Writers:

Andrew Gellis (story), David Young (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Peter Horton ... Dr. Donald Hayden
Liz Stauber ... Ally Hayden
Kari Coleman ... Elizabeth Sample
Charlene Sashuk Charlene Sashuk ... Jesse Hayden
Daniel Libman ... The Guard (as Dan Libman)
Tuck Milligan ... Charles Knight
Laurie Murdoch ... Barnum Brown
Joshua Silberg Joshua Silberg ... Young Boy #1
Alex Hudson Alex Hudson ... Young Boy #2
Chris Enright ... Dig Assistant #2
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Storyline

Ally Hayden is a teenager who shares her father's interest in dinosaurs and archaeology. When he brings a mysterious fossil back from a dig, she is convinced it's the egg of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. After accidentally knocking the egg to the floor, Ally begins to experience visions, as if she was being transported back in time to the Cretaceous period. There, she encounters several different dinosaurs, including her favorite, the mighty T-Rex. Written by Matthew D. Wilson

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There are only two ways to see dinosaurs this real. And you missed the other one by 65 million years.


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Official Sites:

Imax Corporation

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 October 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

T-Rex - Giganten der Urzeit 3D See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$119,855, 25 October 1998, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$53,346,750, 14 December 2014
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IMAX See more »
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Sound Mix:

IMAX 6-Track

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.44 : 1
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The first film in the IMAX 3D format to ever be released in Ireland. Its "limited certificate" of PG (Parental Guidance) was issued in December 1999. See more »

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A Kiss and a Squeeze
Written by Dennis Spiegel and William Ross
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Too Unrealistic
29 January 2006 | by patrick_dunneSee all my reviews

Imax made this film. It's about a girl named Ally, who has troubles with her dad. For example, she thinks that the T-Rex may have laid eggs, even though an egg has never been found.

One day,her dad finds an egg. (T-Rex perhaps?) He brings it into his office, where Ally is working. Ally accidentally knocks over the egg, and some weird gas is released from it. Soon, Ally begins to somehow hallucinate and imagine that dinosaurs are in the museum.

The film is an adventure film. That's all. With the exception of some possible drama between Ally and her father, T-Rex: Back to the Creustaceaus is just an adventure film. No thrills. No action.

But, it does have some decent 3-D effects. However, the effects are not used to their full potential.

Overall, T-Rex: Back to the Creaustaceus is decent, but pretty boring and unrealistic.

Good: 3-D effects, and a running time of 45 minutes

Bad: unrealistic, silly and it doesn't have thrills, excitement, shocks or action. 3-D effects are used to a minimum.

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