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    mr. nails's Avatar m@D @n!m3 BT Rep: +1
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    we're talking CRAZY CG in this film! seems like something i'll be interested in. all kinds of fantasy stuff going on in here. they've even thrown in some dinosaurs.. which imo seems cool enough. lots of action fighting off prehistoric stuff in the "center of the earth". whether it be bugs, fish, dinos & even sum flowers. enjoy!

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    looks great!, cant wait for it

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    Mr. Nails I always respect your opinions and I do love Jules Verne,but this one seems to be a little too kid friendly for my tastes.

    "Indie film maker Paul Chart ('American Perfekt') was originally signed to write and direct the picture and penned the original script. Chart left the project, however, after a decision was made to shoot the film in 3-D, uncomfortable with the possibility it would become more 'theme park ride' than the epic action-adventure film he envisioned."

    I'll no doubt see it though ,who knows it could surprise.

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    thought this was kinda cool. story was kinda short and so was the movie, but it did the job. kinda left a jurassic park movie feel to it, but a lot less cool. anybody know if there were "glowing birds" in the dinosaur era? i googled them, but nothing. lol, best i could understand was "Sianis Rizoptorics." mind u the spelling is wrong i'm sure. anyway, i liked it for what it was. not a blockbuster by any means, but enjoyable. 6/10
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    great

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    I was a bit disappointed with this film.. I think is to much predictable... But anyway, if you like this kind of story, try it


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    Good story line, kept me absorbed throughout. Nice graphics, definitely a nice concept with the 3-d




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    Good kids movie thats about it


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    I think you have to see it on the big screen in 3d glasses . Sadly I did n't , the female lead is hot tho .
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    i heard its good..

    i wanna see it in 3d

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