I love the Jurassic movies. This one is a little strange and ends strange. The story line is different from the earlier ones, but is still ok. Some of the acting felt a bit stilted. Some people may like others will not. I felt the movie ended without it really being the end. Would have been nice to have a better ending or more story too it.
About This Item
Studio 1: Anconnect
Video Release Date: 2015-02-03
Run time: 89 minutes
Director: Sean Cain
Starring:Ray Wise,Kevin Gage,
When a top-secret laboratory is unexpectedly breached, thousands of rampaging raptors are unleashed on Los Angeles! A black-ops unit is mobilized to contain the creatures before they cause city-wide chaos. Simultaneously, a truckload of raptors is rerouted to a nearby prison. Upon their escape, these ferocious flesh-eaters are beyond containment. This is Jurassic judgment night for smoking hot sorority girls, sinister scientists, muscle-bound military and doomed death-row inmates! It's about to get bloody in "Jurassic City".
|Manufacturer Part Number|
Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
Ray Wise, Kevin Gage, Dana Melanie, Kayla Caryle, Vernon Wells, Sofia Mattsson, Robert LaSardo, Benjamin Easterday
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
5.50 x 0.50 x 7.44 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Yikes!!! I binged on five-dollar Dino movies for a day and this one was the bottom of the barrel. Story line is completely wacko, actors may have been recruited from the local soup-kitchen, and the dialogue had to have been written by a high schooler. It is so bad that I think it may have been made in one weekend, the way acid-rock albums were recorded back in the sixties by band-members who were stoned. The Dinos are somewhat unconvincing CGI velociraptors. At one point, the raptors manage to trap one of the characters in a commercial kitchen (hmmm, remember this from Jurassic Park?) and the character tries to hide in the walk-in freezer. He must have watched Tim try it in Jurassic Park and get away with the ploy. At any rate, it is probably worth paying the seven-fifty just to sort out the characters and the plot for yourself.
there was no need for bad words and the effects are bad
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