The Adam Driver-guided dinosaur film 65 offers the perfect balance of action, sci-fi and drama at just under an hour and 30 minutes running time, making it a great popcorn flick to stream on Netflix. However, those who want to track 65 As there are more great and unique dinosaur cinemas out there, it might be difficult to find much more than what is already so popular that everyone already knows about it. Jurassic Park And Jurassic world Films.
Do not worry; We’ve rounded up 10 dinosaur movies for you to watch if you liked Adam Driver’s 65including action-packed features, comedies and insightful documentaries, all expanding on creators Scott Beck and Bryan Woods’ beautifully crafted dinosaur epic.
10 Q: The winged serpent
While “Q” is technically an ancient deity, more specifically Quetzalcoatl, a winged serpent from Aztec mythology, the monster created to be Q: The winged serpent It definitely has dinosaur vibes. What’s special about this 80s film is how a giant creature terrorizes New York and arrests unsuspecting residents.
Directed by Larry Cohen, the film exudes the charm of this era and stars camp film icons such as David Carradine and Richard Roundtree, among others. There’s also a certain amount of action in the film, with a big showdown that’s perhaps not as “polished” as “Adam Drivers.” 65 but should still appeal to those who want to top off their monster/dinosaur movie with a big ending.
9 Dinosaurs: The Last Day with David Attenborough
Given that 65 If we’re looking at extinction, why not learn more about the event that led to the end of the age of dinosaurs with one of the best? Dinosaurs: The Last Day with David Attenborough What it covers is pretty self-explanatory, but it’s a wonderfully insightful TV documentary that highlights how the BBC’s collaboration with David Attenborough is the perfect mix of compelling, informative and visually sharp.
The documentary also impresses with its special effects, which place Attenborough among the dinosaurs and explain the events that unfolded. However, if you want to get the best content from David Attenborough about dinosaurs, check out the series Prehistoric planet.
8th The Dinosaur Project
Where the film The Dinosaur Project Although it lacks in effects mastery and a limited budget, it makes up for its ingenuity, using found footage techniques to give encounters with ancient lizards an extra jolt of terror.
The film follows a group of cryptozoologists who, after their plane is shot down by a swarm of pterodactyls, find themselves in a jungle teeming with prehistoric creatures. A little rough around the edges, The Dinosaur Project will still impress certain audiences, particularly those fascinated by the idea that dinosaurs may still exist in the modern age. Much of director Sid Bennett’s work revolves around television and films with a focus on cryptids, and his passion for the subject certainly shines through in the film.
There are plenty of modern micro-budget dinosaur movies out there, and browsing free platforms like Tubi will get you everything The Velocipastor To Dinocroc vs Supergator. Still, there are a few blanks out there if you’re looking for something beyond finding the next movie that’s so bad it’s good. claw is a great example of low-budget dinosaur action done right.
Two travelers are stranded in the desert and forced to spend the night on a stranger’s property in the desert. The two have no idea what awaits them as night falls and they fight for their lives against a velociraptor. Despite the limited budget and modest impact claw Creates a pretty compelling tale of prehistoric terror in the modern day.
6 Tammy and the T-Rex
If you’re looking for a healthy dose of absurdity you’re missing 65, Tammy and the T-Rex is pure 90s cliche comedy in the best sense of the word. Starring Denise Richards as the titular Tammy, the film tells the story of her relationship with her boyfriend, whose brain was implanted into a T-Rex. What follows is a strange love story full of dinosaur chaos and violence.
Upon release, the film received a PG-13 rating, but this was achieved by removing most of the gore, and those who love over-the-top violence will want to check out the newer “Gore Cut.” That might be a bit of a stretch, but given the limited number of good dinosaur movies out there, it’s a nice slice of gross-out ’90s comedy that could work as a companion piece to a more serious dinosaur movie like this 65.
5 Turok: Son of Stone
Many children of a certain era grew up with it Turok Series of games on the N64 and am obsessed with the mix of modern technology (like the OP Cerebral Bore) and killer dinosaurs. However, not everyone knows that the series is based on a long-running comic of the same name.
Turok: Son of Stone is certainly closer to the comics than the over-the-top video game series, but still combines technology, indigenous culture and wild dinosaurs in a highly entertaining way. Although this entry is an animated film, it is aimed at a more mature audience and is full of sensational and violent action that fans will delight 65 can appreciate it.
4 Ray Harryhausen: Special effects titan
A look at Ray Harryhausen’s practical effects is a great way to pay tribute to killer dinosaur effects 65. While not all casual film fans are unfamiliar with Harryhausen, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t seen some of his work, as he appeared in films such as: B. has constructed various creatures Jason and the Argonauts, One million years B.C. BC (1966), battle of the titans and that Sinbad Films.
Ray Harryhausen: Special effects titan offers excellent insights into the man and his mastery of practical effects that have made him so sought after. His work is and remains iconic. Those who enjoy studying how practical and special effects are made will no doubt appreciate this documentary’s insight into how movie magic used to be made.
Carnosaurs It skirts the line between “so bad it’s good” and “guy pleasure” cinema thanks to some pretty absurd sequences throughout the film, including a show-off involving the titular dinosaur and a forklift. Still, this film had enough cult following to warrant four sequels (including: Birds of prey (2001) and The Eden Formula).
The first film in the series focuses on the geneticist Dr. Jane Tiptree (Diane Ladd), whose goal is to eliminate humans through a virus and replace them with dinosaurs – a real mad scientist level plan. Of course, humanity has a problem with this plan, and it’s up to “Doc” Smith (Raphael Sbarge) and Ann “Thrush” (Jennifer Runyon) to stop the plans and destroy the prototype dinosaur master race.
2 Godzilla (2014)
Ah, Godzilla, King of the Dinosaurs… We won’t hide this from you, but the “King of the Monsters” is pretty close to his prehistoric counterparts. Over and beyond, Godzilla adds to the “huge monster causing chaos” that’s happening everywhere 65 with all the Hollywood flair you want from a huge monster movie.
There are other series in the Godzilla franchise and you can go back to the original Gojiraor move forward to Godzilla vs. Kong to get full. These films are extremely entertaining and highly polished 65, making them a great addition to a dino watching party. No one will complain that Godzilla isn’t technically a dinosaur.
1 Alpha (2018)
Examining the prehistoric times when humans walked alongside mammoths on the Bering Land Bridge to migrate to North America, alpha Might be the best movie to watch if you liked the movie 65. The films draw the best comparison when it comes to building an emotional story between two survivors. However, in the case of alpha The focus is on the relationship between Keda (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and Chuck, a Czechoslovakian wolfhound who plays Alpha in the film.
The film’s plot follows Keda’s journey home after he is separated from his tribe during a buffalo hunt. Here he finds an injured wolf and begins a unique friendship that would change the relationship between man and dog. The film is an extraordinary coming-of-age story that creates moments of sentimentality and action to create an unforgettable experience and is the perfect sequel for those who enjoyed the dramatic elements 65.