Pterodactyl (2005)

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Pterodactyl: Directed by Mark L. Lester. With Cameron Daddo, Coolio, Amy Sloan, George Calil. A dormant volcano deep with the Turkish forest holds within it a deadly secret. Perfectly preserved, a nest of pterodactyl eggs are ready to hatch…

“Sci-Fi Channel. Home of the worst movies imaginable.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSadly, these movies arenu0026#39;t bad in the u0026quot;so bad theyu0026#39;re goodu0026quot; way, despite what the fools who run the network might want you to believe. They are just BAD. As in u0026quot;a pain to watchu0026quot;. u0026quot;Without valueu0026quot;. The only way to make movies like this remotely entertaining would be to make them utter comedies. Sadly, though, movies such as u0026quot;Pterodactylu0026quot; are not comedic, just pathetic.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWere these characters and was the acting supposed to be funny somehow? They were utterly abominable! From the stereotypical diva actually looking at herself in the mirror for minutes at a time and saying u0026quot;I love youu0026quot; to her reflection to geeks who are like Urkel without the charisma. Was it supposed to be funny? Were we supposed to laugh? Maybe the first 1,000 times we saw such exaggerated stereotypes they might have been mildly amusing. Now theyu0026#39;re just lame and tired. Canu0026#39;t laugh at them. Canu0026#39;t hate them. Canu0026#39;t like them. We can only hate watching them.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSend these flying dinos after the management of the Sci-Fi Channel. Now THAT would be funny and elicit great cheering from the fans of the Sci-Fi genre!”


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