History Film / TheLastDinosaur

30th Dec '15 1:34:32 AM Dingbot
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* MoralDissonance: Frankie is a liberated and independent woman and manages to get herself included in the expedition because women are as capable as men. No argument there, but somehow she ends up being assigned the cooking and housekeeping chores when they're stranded in the lost world. Made a little more obnoxious when they "adopt" Hazel, a cavewoman, whom Frankie then saddles with the domestic duties, including washing and brushing Frankie's hair. [[note:]]Hazel gets her name because Wade laughingly suggests it as an apparently perfect maid's name. Francesca laughs right along with the boys.[[/note]]
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* MoralDissonance: Frankie is a liberated and independent woman and manages to get herself included in the expedition because women are as capable as men. No argument there, but somehow she ends up being assigned the cooking and housekeeping chores when they're stranded in the lost world. Made a little more obnoxious when they "adopt" Hazel, a cavewoman, whom Frankie then saddles with the domestic duties, including washing and brushing Frankie's hair. [[note:]]Hazel [[note]]Hazel gets her name because Wade laughingly suggests it as an apparently perfect maid's name. Francesca laughs right along with the boys.[[/note]]
30th Dec '15 1:25:21 AM Dingbot
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* BadVibrations: Played straight when the party confronts the dino face to face, averted when it's time for shock value. (It takes Francesca and Hazel completely by surprise at the riverbank; Hazel only sees it when she spots its reflection in a pan of water.)

* PeopleInRubberSuits: Well the effects were Japanese-made, and what are they most famous for?
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* MoralDissonance: Frankie is a liberated and independent woman and manages to get herself included in the expedition because women are as capable as men. No argument there, but somehow she ends up being assigned the cooking and housekeeping chores when they're stranded in the lost world. Made a little more obnoxious when they "adopt" Hazel, a cavewoman, whom Frankie then saddles with the domestic duties, including washing and brushing Frankie's hair. [[note:]]Hazel gets her name because Wade laughingly suggests it as an apparently perfect maid's name. Francesca laughs right along with the boys.[[/note]] * PeopleInRubberSuits: Well Well, the effects were Japanese-made, and what are they most famous for?

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* PeopleInRubberSuits: Well *TranslationByVolume: Watch Frankie try to teach Hazel the effects were Japanese-made, intricacies of hair care. She shows Hazel a hair brush, very loudly and what are they most famous for?deliberately sounding out every syllable, and tries to get Hazel to help wash her hair by handing Hazel a pan and pointing at her own head, again loudly and deliberately repeating herself. Hazel just looks at Francesca, obviously confused at Frankie's inability to communicate like a normal person.
27th Dec '15 6:45:54 AM Raptorslash
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* ElephantGraveyard: The Tyrannosaur's SuperVillainLair is a valley boneward of all the things its killed and eaten.
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* DumbDinos: The'' T. rex'' consistently attacks the humans and inanimate objects rather than its natural prey. * ElephantGraveyard: The Tyrannosaur's SuperVillainLair is a valley boneward boneyard of all the things its it's killed and eaten.
1st Oct '15 6:07:22 PM VoxAquila
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Masten ''Thrust'': possibly the most ridiculously [[RatedMForManly masculine]] name ever coined by a screenwriter.
1st Oct '15 5:55:42 PM VoxAquila
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* RecycledInSpace: ''Literature/MobyDick'' - WITH '''[[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs DINOSAURS.]]'''
13th Jun '14 2:38:35 AM SeptimusHeap
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Somewhere A Palaeontologist Is Crying is now Artistic License Paleontology. Bad examples and ZCE are being removed.
* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: There are a lot of inaccuracies you can point out, most egregious being the ''Uintatherium'' (a prehistoric rhino-like mammal) that attacks the group shortly after their arrival, which Chuck identifies as a "ceratopsian" (the group of horned dinosaurs that ''Triceratops'' belonged to). This is especially hilarious considering earlier in the film Chuck claimed to have taken a year of vertebrate paleontology.

* SomewhereAPaleontologistIsCrying: There are a lot of inaccuracies you can point out, most egregious being the ''Uintatherium'' (a prehistoric rhino-like mammal) that attacks the group shortly after their arrival, which Chuck identifies as a "ceratopsian" (the group of horned dinosaurs that ''Triceratops'' belonged to). This is especially hilarious considering earlier in the film Chuck claimed to have taken a year of vertebrate paleontology.
30th Nov '13 10:52:12 PM Aquaqua
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* ReliablyUnreliableGuns: Big game hunter Masten Thrust throws away his hunting rifle after it jams while trying to shoot a Tyrannosaur that's about to attack them. Not only does he make no effort to clear the jam, but he never even tries to get the rifle back later (he has the perfect opportunity to pick it back up later, but instead only takes the scope to put on his new crossbow). The fact that he's both a lifelong hunter ''and'' a firearms collector makes this all the more implausible.
23rd Nov '13 1:01:55 PM Parable
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* SomewhereAPaleontologistIsCrying: There are a lot of inaccuracies you can point out, but most of this is averted when you take the film into proper context. Please see the discussion page for a detailed breakdown of this. However there are a few things that are completely unforgivable, most egregious being the ''Uintatherium'' (a prehistoric rhino-like mammal) that attacks the group shortly after their arrival, which Chuck identifies as a "ceratopsian" (the group of horned dinosaurs that ''Triceratops'' belonged to). This is especially hilarious considering earlier in the film Chuck claimed to have taken a year of vertebrate paleontology.
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* SomewhereAPaleontologistIsCrying: There are a lot of inaccuracies you can point out, but most of this is averted when you take the film into proper context. Please see the discussion page for a detailed breakdown of this. However there are a few things that are completely unforgivable, most egregious being the ''Uintatherium'' (a prehistoric rhino-like mammal) that attacks the group shortly after their arrival, which Chuck identifies as a "ceratopsian" (the group of horned dinosaurs that ''Triceratops'' belonged to). This is especially hilarious considering earlier in the film Chuck claimed to have taken a year of vertebrate paleontology.
13th Jun '13 9:23:21 AM MajinGojira
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* ElephantGraveyard: The Tyrannosaur's SuperVillainLair is a valley boneward of all the things its killed and eaten.
20th Apr '13 10:15:29 PM Dingbot
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1977 action-adventure film in which a drilling expedition unexpectedly finds a LostWorld deep below the [[MysteriousAntarctica North Pole]]. Big game hunter and oil tycoon Masten Thrust is determined to hunt his last and ultimate predator, a ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' that killed nearly the entire first explorer group. Ultimately the team becomes trapped in the lost world and must try to survive against the T. Rex and vicious cavemen. This film was a co-production between Rankin/Bass (best known for the stop-motion ''Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'' special) and Tsuburaya Productions (best known for Ultraman and it's countless spin-offs).
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1977 action-adventure film in which a drilling expedition unexpectedly finds a LostWorld deep below the [[MysteriousAntarctica North Pole]]. Big game hunter and oil tycoon Masten Thrust is determined to hunt his last and ultimate predator, a ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' that killed nearly the entire first explorer group. Ultimately the team becomes trapped in the lost world and must try to survive against the T. Rex and vicious cavemen. This film was a co-production between Rankin/Bass (best known for the stop-motion ''Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'' special) and Tsuburaya Productions (best known for Ultraman and it's its countless spin-offs).
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