Monday, June 15, 2009

REVIEW: Land Of The Lost

Land Of The Lost

Will Ferrell,
Danny McBride

June 5, 2009


Universal Pictures

Brad Silberling

1 hour 41 minutes



It may be based on a 1970's children's show, but I tell you the following: IT'S NOT FOR KIDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Land Of The Lost is about Dr. Rick Marshall, a paleontologist who created a theory of "time warps". But after his appearance on The Today Show with Matt Lauer (see the previews), he pretty much became a loser. Three years later, he's teaching an elementary class about an invention he calls The Tackion Amplifier, which allows him to travel sideways in time, which means alternate versions of our world. After his presentation, he meets Holly, a young scientist who has followed Rick's theory ever since the Matt Lauer incident, which has since then become a YouTube icon. Rick then finishes the invention and travels with Holly to this big mountain cave where she found magor seismic readings. There they meet a guy who works there, who will travel with them to the other world. So what happens is they start finding strong readings in the cave. Then the machine gets the readings and they travel into the Land Of The Lost. This film was laugh out loud funny non-stop. But, as I said before, this isn't a kid's movie. You're probably asking why, right? Well, I'll tell ya: There is alot of vulgar language like @$$, $#*^, and @@#%, U. There is also alot of sexual references to male and female body parts which I cannot explain. But trust a 12 year old kid, DON'T TAKE A KID 11 OR UNDER TO THIS FILM. ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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