“A completely lost world”

Films: Rise of the Dinosaurs (2013)

Alias: Tyrannosaurs Rex, Deinonychus, Triceratops

Type: Ancient

Location: Jungle

Height/Weight: Ranges from that of average humans to twice that of elephants.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: So, you wanted to make a cheap war movie with a plot so basic we're surprised that all previous efforts don't converge on your house for plagiarism, correct? Well, there must be someway to make it a bit more salvageable. Wait! I got it! Just add dinosaurs, when in doubt!

History: Somewhere in the unexplored regions of South America, there is a region filled with dinosaurs. It is a perilous place, but somehow, a bunch of terrorists and those who fight them have ended up here. Now, as the good guys mount a daring rescue mission, both friend and foe find themselves at the mercy of prehistoric predators.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After many from both the side of man and beast die to each other's offensives, a few survivors manage to get to the chopper and leave the place. That is, not before they blow the head off a T-rex that couldn't reach them. Very dignified...

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-The CGI is so painfully fake, it's easy to forget that these are dangerous dinosaurs. Not helping is how most of them, especially those raptors, look like they were merely plucked off an asset store and placed here with nary a care for how well they meshed with the environment. It's quite painful, if one can admit it.

Trivia: -Absolutely none of the dinosaurs seen here came from South America. All of them are from North America. There isn't even a true Cretaceous South American ancestor of the T-rex in the fossil record...at least not yet.

-This film was also mainly known as "Jurassic Attack", despite no Jurassic predators showing up.

Image Gallery

If it were FINAL, we would not be here.

A refugee from Isla Sorna.

Commonplace among prehistoric romps.
Featuring only ONE dinosaur in the film.

Fighter Vs. Cheap CGI Beastie

Truly, these humans have brought joy to the ecosystem!
Lost World as done by Paul W. Anderson.

Yeah, he wasn't the best member of the pack.

This would be the perfect place to make a park...?

Bullets that actually work against dinosaurs?! What is this?!