I was caught off guard this afternoon when I stumbled across the elusive The Dinosaur Project on iTunes. Released by Uncork’s Entertainment, with Phase 4 Films owning home video rights, the film features some pretty great visual effects work, but horribly bland acting. It’s worth checking out, especially if you were as excited as I was…
The project began in November 2010 when TV programmakers Sid Bennett and Tom Pridham and producer Nick Hill walked into the London office of StudioCanal with an idea for a movie “about a father-and-son documentary team who discover dinosaurs in the African jungle.” More like a Jurassic Park of sorts, it stars Peter Brooke (Red Lights, The Dark Knight) as “Charlie Rutherford”, Natasha Loring as “Dr. Liz Draper” and Matt Kane.
“Dinosaur Project is a team of explorers searching for a mythical creature. When their helicopter is brought down by a flock of enormous birds they discover strange creatures which civilization has thought extinct for millions of years!“
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