Rent The People That Time Forgot (1977)

2.7 of 5 from 59 ratings
1h 27min
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When an expedition in search of a lost colleague traces his last steps in the frozen Arctic, the team discovers a hidden tropical oasis in the middle of all the ice! As things quickly thaw out, clothes come off and long forgotten cavemen - and dinosaurs - come a-hunting for fresh meat. Soon, prehistoric hysteria sets in and it's every man - and scantily clad woman - for himself!
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John Dark, Max Rosenberg
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Patrick Tilley
MGM Home Entertainment
Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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87 minutes
English Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono, French Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono, German Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono, Spanish Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono
Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German Hard of Hearing, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
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Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
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This is tosh - The People That Time Forgot review by (NONE)

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This weird film makes no attempt at reality at any level. Whereas its predecessor "The Land that Time Forgot" established its own surreal reality and worked at that, this spin-off barely tries. Not one but three lost tribes, with not a moment given to viability. The dinosaurs are ridiculous. There were no sailing films in the Royal Navy in that period (c.1920). Why couldn't they have had a flashback showing the Susan Penhaligon character having her pretty head cut off? Yet in all the mess, someone was trying. The enormous eunuch High Priest and his dwarfish acolyte could have been grafted in from another film that never got made. All in all, a total waste of time.

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Enjoyable Hokum - a sequel worth watching for all dino fans! - The People That Time Forgot review by PV

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I enjoyed watching this - and remember watching the first film THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT in 1974 at the cinema.

All enjoyable hokum - ridiculous, yes, but it's not a documentary! If you want social realism, might I suggest you look elsewhere.

The dinosaurs are fine for their time (1970s) - a time before CGI which allowed Jurassic Park to be made just over 15 years later. But I enjoy puppets and stop-motion monsters, so that's fine with me.

This reminds me of those old Flash Gordon films - it's very old-fashioned but it works, because it's set around 1920.

Great fun solong as you can suspend your disbelief. But remember, this ain't Jurassic Park!

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