Clash of the Dinosaurs

2009 ,    »  -   15 Comments
Ratings: 7.12/10 from 25 users.

Clash of the DinosaursThis show explores dinosaurs inside and out to reveal their structures and the lives they lived.

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15 Comments / User Reviews

    His Forever
  1. His Forever

    Yea! My son loves dinosaurs. Perfect Predators was very interesting.

  2. Richard Jordan
  3. Richard Jordan

    Light on detail, and lots of repeated/flipped scenes.
    Would be good for kids to watch, but not worth it if you're an adult, and you've seen any of the BBC Dino docs.

  4. Sacco Svd
  5. Sacco Svd

    boring, lots of repeated/flipped scenes as Richard mentioned, so many that the documentary feels cheap.

  6. Epicurus
  7. Epicurus

    I hope you bought your son the Jurassic Park box set that just came out on Bluray!

    my first interest was Dinosaurs when I was a kid and I wanted to be a paleontologist but I became more interested in digging up humans.

  8. His Forever
  9. His Forever

    Epicurus: One reason I want to study paleontology at the moment is for the very reason that my son is a first-class dinophile. He's got it bad. They and monter trucks rule the world!

  10. His Forever
  11. His Forever

    Yes,they could have made it better with less repeated scenes. I guess computer generated animation is costly and time consuming, but my five year old doesn't care. He gets just as concerned the 4th time as the first time when T-Rex fights the Triceratops! He can do Youtube by himself, but gets lost on tangents. This way he can watch a whole show without having to click and point. Great for kids!

  12. TheTruthPersists
  13. TheTruthPersists

    Not very informative and the repeat scenes are just ridiculous.

    And yeah computer generated animation is costly but they repeat the scientists over and over as well.

    Just poorly made IMHO.

  14. BeardHero420
  15. BeardHero420

    Man I would never mess with raptors. Nastiest animals that ever stalked the wild.

  16. Shawn Christy
  17. Shawn Christy

    Give this one a pass, folks.

    Check out the Walking With Beasts/ Dinosaurs/ Cavemen series instead. It's time better spent, and the little ones will dig it, too. :)

  18. Space_Cadet_1952
  19. Space_Cadet_1952

    'Digging up humans..' You mean like Burke and Hare..?

  20. Epicurus
  21. Epicurus

    lol no no no like louis leakey.

  22. taxfatcats
  23. taxfatcats

    Elmira wants a baby Trex

  24. Shawn Christy
  25. Shawn Christy

    Oops, I left out (Walking With) Monsters.

  26. sknb
  27. sknb

    What's up with all the Computer Animated shots of Dinosaurs shitting?

  28. Taminy
  29. Taminy

    One could have made a good and informative documentary in half the time – without repeating EVERYTHING all the time! It left me with the feeling the maker of the documentary think I’m a dimwit!
    Also the music is simply horrible: Too loud and to hectic and if you tune down the noise you can’t hear the scientist any longer.
    All in all could have been a good documentary but sadly it is not!

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