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Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia

  NR HD

Marc Fafard

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Plot Summary

This fascinating film focuses on the history, evolution and extinction of the dinosaurs. In larger-than-life fashion, you will explore a subject matter whose mystique and appeal are unquestioned. Dinosaurs are amongst the most fascinating animals to have ever walked the Earth. We are captivated by their enormous size and intrigued by the fact that they disappeared millions of years ago DINOSAURS - GIANTS OF PATAGONIA will take you on an unprecedented and unique journey into the world of the largest known dinosaurs and, in the process, explore some of the great paleontological discoveries of modern time. Done in close collaboration with the foremost scientists of the domain, the movie will show never seen before computer generated footage of the Giganotosaurus and the Argentinosaurus to name a few. At the moment of initiating this extraordinary project, one question comes to mind: "Is your screen big enough?" Narated by Donald Sutherland.

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Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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  • Reviews Counted: 6
  • Fresh: 6
  • Rotten: 0
  • Average Rating: 7.8/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: The film reminds us that in birds, dinosaurs 'have left us only their grace and beauty,' for which, as a small mammal (at least in comparison to a 45-foot-long carnivore), I'm grateful. – Michael Esposito, Chicago Tribune, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: Be warned: Dinosaurs is a little scary. Nothing tries to eat you, which is nice, but with the 3D effect, these ginormous creatures practically perch -- menacingly -- on your armrest. – Paige Wiser, Chicago Sun-Times, Jun 24, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Great movie - overpriced

Great movie - but overpriced given the duration is about 40m. If it is half the price, great buy.

For All Dinosaur Lovers!

I love this movie, saw it in Imax! If you love dinosaurs, BUY IT!!!! It's GREAT!