The Lost World: The Complete Collection 2003 Horror Movie Review
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These two films may not be the best in the effects department, but they’re great fun the whole family can enjoy. Plenty of adventure without the gory violence of some other versions of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s story. John Rhys-Davies and David Warner are always fun to watch. The players really seem to be into their parts and bring the story to life. The films are done very much in the tradition of the family adventure films of the 60’s with great success. If your children love dinosaurs, but you’d rather not subject them to something as intense as the Jurassic Park films, then this is a wonderful alternative.
About The Lost World: The Complete Collection (2003)
The Lost World: The Complete Collection
Rhys-Davies, Mccormack, Warner, Gorski,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)Runtime:
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