The film depicts the event of 1990, when American paleontologist Pete Larson and his team discovered the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever found (nicknamed "Sue") while digging in the badlands of South Dakota. But during a ten-year battle with the U.S. government, powerful museums, Native American tribes, and competing paleontologists, they found themselves not only fighting to keep their dinosaur but fighting for their freedom as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Olivier B (ca) wrote: Pas mal cute. Touchant. Drle.
Steve S (ag) wrote: Passable movie. Good performances of a bad script
Terri H (ca) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Tim B (ca) wrote: Emotional, but storyline is nothing special.Themes are good thi
Yana A (de) wrote: something creepazoid about satanists (in this movie=metalheads) whose leader looks like marilyn manson and who want to destroy a plane.
Martin D (es) wrote: Dr. Guy Luthan (Hugh Grant) is a New York emergency room doctor who one night comes across a strange patient: a homeless man who has a wristband from a hospital he's not familiar with, mentioning a drug he's never heard of, and with strange symptoms, including a wildly fluctuating heart rate. When the man dies, Guy attempts to follow up and find out more about the patient - only to find that the body and all records have disappeared, and he's told by his superiors to drop the case.As he continues trying to find out what happened, his personal and professional life get suddenly sidetracked. His home is ransacked and cocaine is planted near his bedside. The police arrest him and he is convicted and in the process he loses his job, the ability to ever practice medicine anywhere in the world and virtually all of his friends. In desperation, he manages to get the help of some homeless men who lead him to their underground home. His ER patient who died also had lived there. Through them he's led to an organization, led by Dr. Myrick (Gene Hackman), that performs spinal experiments on the homeless people, all of whom have died thus far, in an attempt to find a cure for paralysis.Myrick attempts to sway Luthan to join his team telling him that these people are heroes and losing one to save millions is worth the sacrifice. Dr. Luthan admits that while there is some truth in what Myrick says, he states they have not chosen to be heroes, which makes Myrick a murderer. Myrick is shot and accidentally killed by rogue FBI Agent Frank Hare (David Morse). Later, Mrs. Myrick hands the discs and documentation regarding the research to Luthan telling him "my husband was trying to do a good thing, but in the wrong way". He opens the package, views the materials and proceeds towards the neurology building where he is now working.
Nicholas G (br) wrote: With the subject matter at hand this should have been a good movie but it failed to grab my attention. The only thing I liked about this movie was the performance of Daniel Day-Lewis. Daniel Day-Lewis is in my opinion one of the greatest actors of all time. In every film he stars in he completely steals the show.
Sarah (ca) wrote: I want to see this movie SOOO bad... I read the book and I liked it ALOT...
Vincent O (es) wrote: The director of 'Zulu' gets off to a winner with the thrilling 'Hell Drivers'. A fine cast of British talent, make this a truly irresistible proposition. Stanley Baker (also the star of 'Zulu'), in a powerhouse performance as a truck driver on a mission. Not quite the classic as the French movie 'Wages of Fear' but Hell Drivers, though a touch melodramatic sure is exciting to view.
Marcus W (us) wrote: Tries to be cool and forgets to be interesting or engaging.
Simon D (it) wrote: American indie not at it's best. Almost all of the characters were unlikeable although I have seen worse from Ryder.