Jurassic Galaxy (2018)

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Jurassic Galaxy: Directed by James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik. With Ryan Budds, Doug Burch, Eric Paul Erickson, James Ferrero. In the near future, a ship of space explorers crash land on an unknown planet. They’re soon met with some of their worst fears as they discover the planet is inhabited by monstrous dinosaurs.

“I have purposefully watched many terrible movies on a crappy movie night. I have found some good movies I wouldnu0026#39;t have otherwise watched and worried about the loss of brain cells other movies have taken. This one has to be the most epic crappy movie I have ever seen.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThese crashed crew members who apparently never met in their long voyage spaceship have crashed on a planet that is only populated by dinosaurs. One minute you see heinous computer graphics of mountains and forests but the survivors are traipsing about in dry desert brush. They make the environment seem like itu0026#39;s summer and hot yet it was clearly filmed in late fall when no leaves were left on the vegetation with the exception of carefully placed palms. So on a planet where no other life forms but dinosaurs apparently exist they walk on gravel roads and pass trees that have graffiti on them. They never even ask are there other humans here for these roads to exist. Dinosaurs attack some survivors and kill them but apparently humans arenu0026#39;t on the menu as all victims are left intact and uneaten.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNot only is the plot more holes than story, but these actors donu0026#39;t make believable astronauts or even crash survivors. The best part of the movie is Pal and itu0026#39;s just a small orb that is a jack of all trades. I guess in this moviesu0026#39; case, you get what you pay for. I feel like this was someoneu0026#39;s dream and since no production companies would pick it up they decided to film it themselves.”


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