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Land of the Lost

A space-time vortex sucks scientist Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell), his assistant Holly (Anna Friel) and a survivalist Will (Danny R. McBride) into a world populated by dinosaurs and painfully slow creatures called Sleestaks. With few resources at their disposal, Rick, Holly and Will must rely on their only ally, a primate named Chaka (Jorma Taccone), to try to survive long enough to figure out a way back home.

Will Ferrell Dr. Rick Marshall
Anna Friel Holly
Danny McBride Will
Jorma Taccone Chaka
John Boylan Enik
Matt Lauer Himself
Ben Best Ernie
Leonard Nimoy The Zarn
Brian Huskey Teacher
Dennis McNicholas Ice Cream Man

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Jul 18, 2009 - nickoa on Land of the Lost
not to funny

normally wills movies are halarious but this time i guess its just me but i didn't get the humor in this one. needless to say i was disapointed.

if you know who will farrell is then you know not to bring your kids to watch his movies, he is a fowl launguaged comedian and he is dirty minded. dugh!

anyways i didn't like this movie it was to wierd for me.. but you should watch it at home and see for yourself

Jul 03, 2009 - moviewatcher on Land of the Lost
Land of the Lost

I took a child to see this movie thinking it would be like Journey to the Center of the Earth. It was nothing like it. This movie has many nasty words and the jesters in this movie are offending. This movie was the worse I've seen. Should have been rated R

Jun 06, 2009 - johnli on Land of the Lost
Land of the Lost

Saw movie with 13 and 7 year old children; language caution for parents: f-bomb, sob, gd, sh*t, p**sy were used loud and clear throughout the movie.

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