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Project Dinosaur (2000)

Not Rated | | Family | 13 July 2000 (USA)
Mikey's chances of winning the science fair take a nosedive when his experiment suffers a crash landing but the discovery of a dinosaur bone revives his dashed hopes. (Dove)


Tim Rogers


Christopher Zydowicz (screenwriter)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Miller Matthew Miller ... David McKenzie
Amanda Nichols Amanda Nichols ... Amber McKenzie
Nathan Pinner Nathan Pinner ... Nathan Thornridge
Emily Ranieri Emily Ranieri ... Grace Lee
Richard Robbins Richard Robbins ... Michael (Mikey) Wisniewski
Lonnie Polson Lonnie Polson ... Mr. Thornridge
Gary Weier Gary Weier ... Mr. Kravitz
Jeff Stegall Jeff Stegall ... Dr. Pilzer
Philip Eoute Philip Eoute ... Simon
Christopher Nicholas Christopher Nicholas ... Edgar Smith
Abby Garland Abby Garland ... Amy Borrows
Margaret Polson Margaret Polson ... Mrs. Thornridge
Claudia Anderson Claudia Anderson ... Judge
Duane Nichols Duane Nichols ... Judge
Gail Nicholas Gail Nicholas ... Principal


Mikey's chances of winning the science fair take a nosedive when his experiment suffers a crash landing but the discovery of a dinosaur bone revives his dashed hopes. (Dove)

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Michael Wisniewski: [talking about dinosaurs] They were around for a couple of million years.
Nathan Thornridge: Mikey, is that what they teach you in your public school?
Michael Wisniewski: So?
Nathan Thornridge: The Bible doesn't say that.
David McKenzie: Yeah, God created everything and He didn't need millions of years to do it.
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"If you seek me, then you shall find me" -Truth can always be found if you choose to open your heart to it.
28 October 2016 | by ctmairsSee all my reviews


I find it so interesting that in one breath you say "there were no humans then, to know which theory is correct" and in another breath obviously siding with evolution based on your complete anger towards support of Christian beliefs and creation, stating "that is not science".

When in fact that is just your opinion.

If we went ahead and just went off your assumptions, then how can you definitively sit there and be so against creationism and so certain that it is rubbish and "brainwashing" and evolution is the only scientific answer when you claim human's were not there!?

You just contradicted yourself, where your "point" or opinion I should say, is not a valid statement or theory, for it makes zero sense, not just commonly, but scientifically as well. I encourage you to do actual deep, research, not biased, on both evolution and creation and see in the end who actually wins. (Which in case you haven't picked up yet, I'm a full believer in creation. I've done my research.)

I wish you all the best in your journey and hope and pray for you to find Truth.

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