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100 Million BC (2008)

A scientist leads a team of Navy SEALs back in time to the Cretaceous Period to rescue the first team he sent back during the 1940s. Things go wildly when he accidentally brings a giant dinosaur back into Los Angeles.

Director:

Griff Furst (as Louie Myman)

Writer:

Paul Bales (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Gross ... Dr. Frank Reno
Christopher Atkins ... Erik Reno
Greg Evigan ... LCDR Ellis Dorn
Marie Westbrook ... Ruth
Phil Burke ... Stubbs
Wendy Carter ... Betty
Geoff Meed ... CPO Lopes
Stephen Blackehart ... Lt. Robert Peet
Dean Kreyling ... Chief 'Bud' Stark
Daniel Ponsky Daniel Ponsky ... Billy Jones
Nick McCallum ... Burke
Dustin Harnish ... Young Frank Reno
Jeff Bornstein ... LAPD Pilot
Eric Spudic ... Police Co-Pilot
Aaron Stigger ... Manriquez
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Storyline

A scientist from the failed Philadelphia Experiment leads a team of Navy SEALs back in time to the Cretaceous Period to rescue the first team he sent back during the 1940s. Things go wildly awry though, when on his return he accidentally brings a giant, man-eating dinosaur back through the portal and into modern-day, downtown Los Angeles. Written by Anonymous

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An elite military team. Sent back in time. They will not return... Alone.


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Rated R for language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 July 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Prehistoric See more »

Filming Locations:

Caracol, Belize See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

The Asylum See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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It is very much possible that the creators of the movie may have wanted more character development in the marines. Evidence of this is seen in the deleted scene of showing what the marines did the night before the time jump, such as Burke talking in his phone seemingly about family issues by the way he makes stressful gestures with his hands, while Jones and Manriquez play a game of cards ending with Jones saying a vulgar remark about Manriquez's mother. Since the movie was partially rushed due to a deadline, most of the marines ended up with little to no character development and are often cited as the most bland characters in the movie, with Reno and the old research team being the only ones with character. Despite all this, they are some of the most important characters in the first half of the movie. See more »

Goofs

Lieutenant Commander Dorn calls for the use of flamethrowers on the tyrannosaurus. The U.S. military has not used flamethrowers since 1978, and no one in the military would call for them. See more »

Connections

References Gilda (1946) See more »

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Machine guns, dinosaurs, and bad acting.
3 May 2008 | by shawn-421See all my reviews

I was expecting a big, over-the-top action movie, and boy was I disappointed. This is probably the worst movie I have ever seen. At first I thought, OK, the writing is kinda bad. And then, OK, the acting is actually pretty horrible as well. And then there was the cinematography. Some of the shots are so ridiculous and posed, that I found myself laughing at the stupidity.

As the plot progressed, I found myself questioning whether or not this was a serious movie, or some kind of spoof. Everything about it was just so bad. But if it was a spoof, then the humor was completely missing.

No, it turned out that this was an actual attempt at a sci-fi action flick. Do not waste your time with this movie.


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