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Harry’s ex-wife has asked him do one small favor: to get a parcel from her apartment - without telling him what's in it. Harry instead finds a dead body and ends up with a device that is worth quite a bit to some thugs. With the help from a rookie Private investigator, Rebecca, together they try to figure out what kind of game is being played. ...just never talk about the dinosaur in the room. Okay that was the best I could do to describe this movie. I found it by accident on Amazon prime and all I can say is just watch it. It stars Michael Keaton, Rae Dawn Chong, Joe Pantoliano and Meat Loaf. It is pretty obvious that everyone wants to forget this movie was ever made. According to IMDB It cost $22 million to make and it made $2million, a stunt man died making the film and look at the poster! I could go on... do you like volcanoes exploding at a night club, watching Michael Keaton escape probably 6 drownings, an honest commentary on American greed and (I’ll bring it up) even dinosaurs?? Then you need to watch this movie! Seriously I don’t know if I care if this movie ever gets picked, I just need to share it with somebody. Enjoy.
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0108526/ I had only played the terrible video game up until today, but it was certainly a sight to behold. I think it was the only animated film that Steven Spielberg had ever produced hot off the heels of Jurassic Park in a naked cash grab. Also John Goodman's debut into voice acting along with Jay Leno, Walter Cronkite, and Julia Child. The animation is quite good but the story and dialogue are absolutely bonkers and totally deserving of the HDTGM treatment. Also check this gif from the 1993 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade of the Rex balloon getting popped by a street light: http://cdn0.dailydot.com/uploaded/images/original/2012/11/21/from1993.gif
Theodore Rex (1995) - A buddy cop flick with Whoopi in a skin tight, fake leather suit. It is inevitable that there will be a resurgence in talking dinosaur movies/tv shows/podcasts/documentaries. Address the genre (?) before it reaches a boiling point! http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114658/