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Format: DVD
Sku: 211504373
UPC: 025195038935
UPC 14: 00025195038935
Sales Rank: 1345
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Right Place. Wrong Time.
On his latest expedition, Dr. Rick marshall is sucked into a space-time vortex alongside his research assistant and a redneck survivalist. In this alternate universe, the trio make friends with a primate named chaka, their only ally in a world full of dinosaurs and other fantastic creatures.

"Land of the Lost is an enjoyable regression to Saturday mornings gone by, as junky and sweet as a strawberry Pop-Tart.  Dana Stevens, Slate
"I'm pleased to report the new Land of the Lost movie keenly understands that what was once scary is now ridiculous.  M. E. Russell, Portland Oregonian

Editor's Note
This big-screen adaptation of LAND OF THE LOST stars Will Ferrell as Dr. Rick Marshall, a quantum paleontologist who has been discredited in the scientific world due to his strident belief in time travel as the cure for all of humanity's problems. After hitting an all-time low (giving a lecture to elementary-school kids), Dr. Marshall meets an ambitious young scientist named Holly (Anna Friel), who tells him she has followed all his work and believes he's a genius. Spurred on by her enthusiasm, he finishes building the device that will allow him to time travel--something he promptly does along with Holly and fireworks salesman Will (Danny McBride), who leads them into a cave that seems like a promising place to test the new machine. Ending up in a world full of dinosaurs and scary, lizard-like creatures known as Sleestaks, the trio quickly lose the machine that brought them to this alternate universe. And if they ever want to return home, they must recover it with the help of Chaka (Jorma Taccone), the monkey-like friend they make in this strange place.

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Video Features DVD, English, Spanish, French, Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1)

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal
Video Release Date Release Date: 3/13/2011
Video Play Time Running Time: 60 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video UPC UPC: 00025195038935
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Land of the Lost - DVD Review
By: Sean O'Connell filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 10/2/2009 8:08 PM
Apparently you can drink dinosaur urine, almost kiss a monkey-child hybrid, and pass through a T. Rex's digestive tract as part of a mainstream Hollywood comedy and still receive a PG-13 rating from the MPAA. Who would've guessed? Those are but two of the many strange (and yes, strangely funny) things Will Ferrell does in Brad Silberling's Land of the Lost, an acid-trip take on Sid and Marty Krofft's already kitschy television series that aired on NBC in the mid-'70s. Ferrell tones down his trademark immaturity but ramps up the crippling ego to play Dr. Rick Marshall, a scientist focused on unraveling time travel who's discredited after a televised spat with Today show host Matt Lauer (convincing as himself)....read the full review
Expert Review Land of The Lost (2009) - DVD Review
By: Blake Matthews Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/29/2009 7:53 AM
In 2009 a theatrical version was released, starring Will Ferrell, Anna Friel and Danny McBride. Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell) is a paleontologist who has a theory about time warps and after attacking Matt Lauer on The Today Show is kicked out of the science department and ends up working at a museum teaching children. All that changes when Holly Cantrell (Anna Friel) shows up showing him a fossil imprinted with the image of his lighter. She urges him to finish his tachyon amplifier which will detect these time warps. Using the amplifier Rick and Holly find a strong warp presence at the Devil’s Canyon which is being run by tour guide Will Stanton (Danny McBride). Rick activates the amplifier and the three are transported to a parallel universe and lose the amplifier....read the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Jorma Taccone
Video Cast Info Will Ferrell
Video Cast Info Danny McBride
Video Cast Info Anna Friel
Video Cast Info Brad Silberling - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Chris Henchy - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Dion Beebe - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Michael Giacchino - Composer
Video Cast Info Marty Krofft - Producer
Video Cast Info Daniel Lupi - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Julie Wixson-Darmody - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Jimmy Miller - Producer
Video Cast Info Sid Krofft - Producer
Video Cast Info Adam McKay - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Dennis McNicholas - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Brad Silberling - Director

Professional Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "The film involves a gloriously preposterous premise, set in a series of cheerfully fake landscapes which change at the whim of the art director." 06/03/2009

Chicago Sun-Times 8 of 10
Land of the Lost is a seriously deranged movie. That's not to say it's bad, although some of its early critics consider it a hanging offense ("a pot of ersatz dinosaur piss" says Peter Keough of the Boston Phoenix). Land of the Lost inspires fervent hatred, which with the right kind of movie can be a good thing. Amid widespread disdain, I raise my voice in a bleat of lonely, if moderate, admiration...The film involves a gloriously preposterous premise, set in a series of cheerfully fake landscapes which change at the whim of the art director. How else to explain a primeval swamp within walking distance of a limitless desert? Or to explain a motel sign from another dimension that appears there, with all of the motel missing, but plenty of water still in the pool? And dinosaurs walking the earth at the same time as early man, just like in Alley Oop and The Flintstones?...There are many jokes about dinosaur manure, dinosaur urine, dinosaur intelligence, dinosaur babies, and dinosaurs' hurt feelings. Also blood-sucking insects, carnivorous trees and the soundtrack from A Chorus Line. The use of the songs is utterly wacky, of course, which is why I liked it...The movie is inspired by the 1974 TV series, and has the same producers, Sid and Marty Krofft. The show and the film will never be confused, but they share one thing in common: deliriously fake locations, props and special effects. The dinosaurs are so obviously not really there in shots where they menace humans that you could almost say their shots are about how they're not really there. Confronted with such effects, the actors make not the slightest effort to appear terrified, amazed or sometimes even mildly concerned. Some might consider that a weakness. I suspect it is more of a deliberate choice, and I say I enjoyed it. - Roger Ebert

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