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Land of the Lost is a 2009 American science fiction adventure comedy film directed by Brad Silberling, written by Chris Henchy and Dennis McNicholas and starring Will Ferrell, Danny McBride and Anna Friel, loosely based on the 1974 Sid and Marty Krofft television series of the same name. The film was theatrically released on June 5, 2009 by Universal Pictures.
The film received generally negative reviews from critics and was a box office bomb, grossing just $68 million against its $100 million budget. It received seven Golden Raspberry Award nominations, including Worst Picture, winning Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel.
Pompous paleontologist Rick Marshall has a low-level job at the La Brea Tar Pits, three years after a disastrous interview with Matt Lauer on Today went viral and ruined his career. Doctoral candidate from Cambridge Holly Cantrell tells him that his controversial theories combining time warps and paleontology inspired her.
She shows him a fossil with an imprint of a cigarette lighter that he recognizes as his own, along with a crystal made into a necklace that gives off strong tachyon energy. She convinces him to finish his tachyon amplifier and go on a expedition to the cave where Holly found the fossil, in the desert.
They raft into the cave, with cave gift shop owner Will Stanton, where Marshall detects high levels of tachyons. Activating the tachyon amplifier triggers an earthquake, opening a time warp the raft falls into. They find themselves in an inter-dimensional desert, filled with items from many eras, and without the amplifier. They rescue Cha-Ka, a Pakuni (a primate-like creature), who becomes their friend and guide.
They spend a night in a cave after surviving a meeting with a fast and intelligent Tyrannosaurus they nickname Grumpy , who develops a grudge against Marshall for calling him stupid . Marshall receives a telepathic message begging for help and finds himself in ancient ruins. They encounter a race of lizard men called Sleestaks before meeting Enik the Altrusian (who sent the message). Exiled by the Zarn, who wants to take over Earth with his Sleestak minions, Enik can prevent the invasion if Marshall gets the tachyon amplifier.
The group stumbles across a desert with many things from across time, encountering many Compsognathus, Dromaeosaurs, Grumpy, and a female Allosaurus nicknamed Big Alice . These last two are battling it out over a dead ice-cream seller, who was killed by the Compsognathus and Dromaeosaurs, until they sense Marshall and chase him. Marshall kills Big Alice with liquid nitrogen, finding the amplifier was eaten by the Allosaurus. A Pteranodon then steals it, taking it to its nest. Marshall lightly steps through the pterosaur eggs to retrieve the amplifier in the nest. When he reaches it, it stops playing the music (Marshall s favorite musical A Chorus Line). The eggs begin to hatch, and they realize the music was keeping the baby pterosaurs asleep. Marshall, Will and Holly belt out I Hope I Get It , with Cha-Ka joining in, displaying a great singing voice, much to Marshall s surprise. (As well as the Viewers ).
Marshall, Will and Cha-Ka celebrate, Holly takes a dinosaur egg and learns from a recording left by the long-deceased Zarn that Enik is lying (he is the one planning the Earth invasion). She is captured by the Sleestaks, and brought to the Library of Skulls for judgment. The others save her, but the villain, with the amplifier, and controlling the Sleestaks, leaves to open a portal to Earth.
Marshall pole vaults into Grumpy s mouth and (after removing an intestinal blockage), finally befriends him. He joins the others to defeat the Sleestak army and confront Enik. After the crystal link between the Land of the Lost and Earth is shattered, Enik reveals the portal will close forever. Thinking fast, Marshall grabs Holly s crystal, inserting it into the port. Knowing the substitute crystal won t hold for long, they leave quickly. Will chooses to stay, learning later that female Pakuni are very attractive.
A triumphant Marshall reappears on Today with the dinosaur egg Holly brought back, promoting his new book Matt Lauer Can Suck It! . The egg left behind on the Today set hatches a baby Sleestak, which hisses as the screen goes black.
- Will Ferrell as Dr. Rick Marshall, a renowned paleontologist and author, determined to prove his theory on time warps, thus embarking on a time travel experiment.
- Anna Friel as Holly Cantrell, a doctoral candidate from Cambridge, and Rick s biggest fan.
- Danny McBride as Will Stanton, a gift shop owner who takes Holly and Rick to a tachyon-rich cave.
- Jorma Taccone as Cha-Ka, a Pakuni who befriends Rick, Holly, and Will.
- John Boylan as Enik, an Altrusian who plans to invade and conquer Earth, and deceives Rick and the others into believing otherwise; he also controls the Sleestak.
- Matt Lauer as Himself
- Ben Best as Ernie
- Leonard Nimoy as the voice of The Zarn
- Douglas Tait as Sleestak
- Landon Ashworth as Sleestak
The original actors who played Holly and Will in the TV series, Kathy Coleman and Wesley Eure, filmed cameos for the film. However, the final version of the film cut these scenes. Bobb e J. Thompson, Kiernan Shipka (uncredited), Dylan Sprayberry, and Sierra McCormick appeared in a cameo as Tar Pit Kids and Raymond Ochoa as an uncredited boy in a museum.
Production for the film began on March 4, 2008. Only one week s worth of filming was shot using a large-scale soundstage with green screen technology. The rest of filming took place on location in places such as the Dumont Dunes in the Mojave Desert, the La Brea Tar Pits in Hancock Park, and Trona, California.
The first trailer was shown during Super Bowl XLIII. Subway Restaurants, which paid to appear in the film and had cross promotions with (appearing on their cups), unveiled the second trailer exclusively on their website. JW Marriott Hotels and Pop Rocks also purchased rights to market with film tie-ins. Syfy aired a marathon of the original series on Memorial Day in 2009 in coordination with the studio to have frequent film clips and an interview with Sid and Marty Krofft. After the film s release, another marathon aired on Chiller on June 6. The majority of the first two seasons were also made available on Hulu. Ahead of the film s release, Universal also released the complete series on DVD; it had previously been released by Rhino Home Video. The entire series is also available via download from Xbox Live. Two different games were released online to promote the film. Chakker was available to play on the film s official Web site while Crystal Adventure was a free downloadable game for iPhones from Kewlbox. Both Subway and MapQuest hosted an online sweepstakes on their respective Web sites with various movie-related merchandise given away as prizes. Both sweepstakes ran from May 18 through June 7 of 2009. Ferrell also appeared on the season 4 premiere of Man vs. Wild, which aired June 2, 2009, to promote the film.
The score to Land of the Lost was composed by Michael Giacchino, who recorded his score with an 88-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony and a 35-person choir. On May 10, it was also announced by Dave Mustaine on TheLiveLine that some music from Megadeth would appear in the film. Whether this would be music from the new record was not entirely clear, however during the phone message Mustaine stated that there was new music playing in the background of the message. However parts of the song The Right to Go Insane , from the 2009 album Endgame, can be heard near the end of the film. In the film, Rick Marshall sings the original Land of the Lost theme and two other tracks (Tracks 5 and 27) utilize parts of the theme as well., The musical A Chorus Line plays a part in the story, and Ferrell sings Cher s 1998 dance pop hit Believe . Varèse Sarabande released the soundtrack album on June 9, 2009 (tracks 30-32 are bonus tracks).
Differences from original series
The film serves as a parody of the original TV series, similar to The Brady Bunch Movie and Starsky & Hutch. In the original series, the main characters were the father and two children. While the first names remain the same, the film converts the Holly character into an unrelated research assistant to allow for more risque humor because she is the main character s love interest. Will, instead of being a son, is an amusement park operator and survivalist. Rick Marshall is a paleontologist in the film, not a park ranger as in the original series. The film s budget also uses CGI special effects rather than the puppet and stop motion animation effects that defined the original series. While the original Saturday morning show targeted a child audience, the film was intended for an adult audience and includes profanity, sex, drug references, and other adult-oriented material.
On its opening day of June 5, the film was a box office flop by grossing only $7.9 million. The film performed under expectations in its first weekend in theaters, its $19 million opening was far less than the expected $30 million. The film s box office results fell far behind that of the 2009 comedy The Hangover, which opened during the same weekend. The film s opening weekend gross was about two-thirds what Universal reportedly expected to earn. It made $69 million worldwide. In 2014, the Los Angeles Times listed the film as one of the most expensive box office flops of all time.
Rotten Tomatoes reports an approval rating of 26% based on 191 reviews, with an average rating of 4.20/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Only loosely based on the original TV series, Land of the Lost is decidedly less kid-friendly and feels more like a series of inconsistent sketches than a cohesive adventure comedy. On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score of 32 out of 100, based on 32 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of C+ on an A+ to F scale.
Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly remarked that it has stray amusing tidbits, but overall it leaves you feeling splattered , Kirk Honeycutt of The Hollywood Reporter wrote: Lame sketch comedy, an uninspired performance from Will Ferrell and an overall failure of the imagination turn Brad Silberling s Land of the Lost into a lethargic meander through a wilderness of misfiring gags. The Wall Street Journal stated that it isn t worth the celluloid it s printed on . The New York Daily News called it a high-concept disaster . The Miami Herald commented that the whole thing feels at least three summers too stale.
Roger Ebert gave the film a rating of 3 out of 4, and said that despite the widespread disdain he had moderate admiration for the film. Ebert wrote I guess you have to be in the mood for a goofball picture like this. I guess I was. Dana Stevens of Slate.com called it an enjoyable regression to Saturday mornings gone by, as junky and sweet as a strawberry Pop-Tart.
Response from creators
At the Savannah Film Festival in 2011, Ron Meyer (president of Universal Pictures), said that Land of the Lost was just crap. I mean, there was no excuse for it. The best intentions all went wrong. In 2012, Danny McBride defended the film, saying There are the purists, who I always read about, that are like, I can t believe you re raping my childhood. If Land of the Lost is your childhood, and we re raping it, I apologize. I think the show is awesome, and I think Chris Henchy and Dennis McNicholas keep the mythology intact without taking it too seriously. If it was taken too seriously, it s just Jurassic Park. We ve seen that movie before. This is a more interesting take on that tone.
Sid & Marty Krofft apologized for the film at a 2017 Comic-Con appearance, calling it one of the worst films ever made , saying that they had very little involvement in the film and only sporadically visited the set.
Empire magazine s Sam Toy put the film #8 on his best of the year list. On February 1, 2010, the film led the 30th Golden Raspberry Awards with seven nominations (tied with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) including Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Ferrell), Worst Director (Silberling), Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor (Taccone), Worst Screen Couple (Ferrell and any co-star, creature or comic riff ) and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel. The film won the Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel award.
|Golden Raspberry Award||Worst Actor||Will Ferrell||Nominated|
|Worst Screen Couple||Nominated|
|Any co-star, creature or comic riff||Nominated|
|Worst Director||Brad Silberling||Nominated|
|Worst Picture||Universal Pictures||Nominated|
|Worst Screenplay||Dennis McNicholas and Chris Henchy||Nominated|
|Worst Supporting Actor||Jorma Taccone||Nominated|
|Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel||Won|
The DVD was released on October 13, 2009, with sales reaching $20,286,563 as of August 2011.
|Plot||A space-time vortex sucks scientist Rick Marshall, his assistant Holly and a survivalist Will into a world populated by dinosaurs and painfully slow creatures called Sleestaks.|
|Awards||Awards, 2 wins & 9 nominations|
|Writers||Chris Henchy, Dennis McNicholas, Sid Krofft|
|Stars||Will Ferrell, Danny McBride, Anna Friel|
|Produced by||Josh Church,Julie Darmody,Jessica Elbaum,Ryan Kavanaugh,Marty Krofft,Sid Krofft,Daniel Lupi,Adam McKay,Jimmy Miller,Michele Panelli-Venetis,Brad Silberling,John Swallow,Will Weiske|
|Music by||Michael Giacchino|
|Cinematography by||Dion Beebe|
|Film Editing by||Peter Teschner|
|Casting By||Avy Kaufman|
|Production Design by||Bo Welch|
|Art Direction by||John Dexter,Steve Hardie,Maya Shimoguchi|
|Set Decoration by||Lauri Gaffin|
|Costume Design by||Mark Bridges|
|Makeup Department||Simone Almekias-Siegl,Steve Artmont,Roland Blancaflor,Nanci Cascio,Bridget Cook,Mitch Devane,Mike Elizalde,Thomas Floutz,Ashley Fox,David Grasso,Clayton Martinez,Cass McClure,Bart Mixon,Rhonda O Neal,Constantine Sekeris,Mark Setrakian,Greg Solomon,Mario Torres Jr.,Elizabeth Villamarin,Brian Walsh,Jill Warner,Hiro Yada,Cass McClure|
|Production Management||Daniel Lupi,Will Weiske,Sean T. Stratton|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Alicia Hailey Daniels,David Mendoza,Michele Panelli-Venetis,Taylor Phillips,Timothy R. Price|
|Art Department||Craig Abele,Richard J. Bell,Mark Bialuski,Robert A. Blackburn,Richard Bloom,Mauro Borrelli,James Branaman,Elizabeth Brown,Anthony Carlino,Dan Colegrove,Sarah Contant,Michael A. Contreraz,Travis Craven,Vincent D Aquino,Yann Denoual,Val Drake,Dan Engle,Zachary Fannin,Kasra Farahani,Florence Fellman,Mariano Fernandez,Glenn Forbes,Anthony Gaudio,Sara Ghaffar,Tommy Gutman,Gabriel Hardman,Werner Hoetzinger,Ryan Jacoby,David James,Tommy John,Barry Jones,Richard W. Jones,Clark Kelly,Tyler Lafferty,Tim Larsen,Ed Lee,Richard Lepore,Scott Maginnis,Christine Mahuna,Nic Montemayor,Jeff O Bannon,Dan Ondrejko,Kathy Orlando,Sam Page,Lily Pahlow,Ron D. Peake,William H. Phen Jr.,Bradley Reyes,Leo Rijn,Danny Rowe,Steve Salazar,Nathan Schroeder,Mared Scutti,Randy Severino,David Shauger,Daniel Soltis,Chad Stansbury,Jeffrey Thomas,Robert Van Dyke,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,Mark Weber,Frank White,Mark Woodworth II,Ben Woodworth,Chris Woodworth,Shaun Young,Chris Zimmerman,Jonathan Burdeshaw,Michael Denering,Kris Nagle,Carl Robarge,Fred Seibly,Constantine Sekeris,Edward Skade,Dan Tanger,Jack White|
|Sound Department||Anna Behlmer,Paul Berolzheimer,Andrew Bock,James Bolt,Derek Casari,Ryan Cole,Pud Cusack,Christopher Flick,Robin Harlan,Kimberly Harris,Richard King,Tom Lalley,Ross Levy,David Lucarelli,Michael W. Mitchell,Sarah Monat,Andy Nelson,Paul Pavelka,Eric Potter,Charleen Richards,Dennis Rogers,Ross Simpson,Randy Singer,Hugo Weng,Linda Yeaney|
|Special Effects by||Brent Baker,Darin Bouyssou,Vinit Chaturvedani,Diana Choi,Mary Elizalde,Christian Eubank,Jay King,Louis Kiss,Michael Lantieri,Joe Love,Russell Lukich,Alan McFarland,Dan Ossello,Carlo Perez,Tim Phoenix,Brian Rae,Amber Skowronski,Jon Thackery,Mario Vanillo,DungVan Vu,Neil Winn|
|Visual Effects by||Beverly Abbott,Heather Abels,Ashleigh Abramovich,Ashwin Agrawal,Laide Agunbiade,Tanseer Ahmed,Amit Aidasani,Shish Aikat,Erik Akutagawa,Mithun Jacob Alex,Mir Z. Ali,Samuel Alicea,Sean Amlaner,Alina Anon,Mohammed Anuz,Ashima Taneja Arora,Charles Arulraj,Rob Au,Nicholas Augello,Kunal Ayer,Michael Backauskas,Jen Bahan,Anand Balasubramaniam,Adam Balentine,Sachin Bangera,Allen Battino,Jennifer C. Bell,Laurent Ben-Mimoun,Mannix Bennett,Lee Berger,Beverly Bernacki,Jeetendra G. Bhagtani,Avinash Bhandary,Nikhil Bhatnagar,Aman Bhutani,Adam Blank,Swapnil Borawake,Tiffany Borchardt,Sanchari Bose,Jennifer Bourne,Tom Bradley,David M. Breaux Jr.,David Brickley,Scott Brisbane,John Britto,Harry Russell Brutsche,Marc Bryant,Chad Buehler,Donna Camargo,Paul Carman,Ozzie Carmona,Rodrigo Carrasco,Jeffrey Castel De Oro,Sibi Chakaravarthi,Kent Chan,Theju Chandran,Balachandar Chandrasekaran,Andy Chih-Jen Chang,Jessi Chang,Pascal Chappuis,Tamar Chatterjee,Vinit Kumar Chaturvedani,Vinit Chaturvedany,Vanessa Cheung,Kunal Chindarkar,Jeremy Chinn,Vikas Chirate,Jiyeon Cho,Jung-Yoon Choi,Sandesh Chonkar,Jeffrey Cilley,Patrick Clancey,Ronnie Cleland,Seth Cobb,Dylan Cole,Daniel Aristoteles Collins,Sean Comer,Krystal Cooper,Kevin Coutinho,William Covington,Daniel Craemer,Doug Cram,Michael Crane,Robert Cribbett,Tim T. Cunningham,Thomas Dadras,Umesh Dalvi,Rajdeep Dandekar,Brandon Davis,Erik De Boer,Hector de la Torre,Yoshi DeHerrera,Sandy DellaMarie,Brian DeMetz,Radha Desai,Ashutosh Deshmukh,Nikhil Deshmukh,Amol Dighe,Nicolas Donel,Jeff Dotson,John Dowell,Jon Doyle,Derick Dressel,Rachel Drews,Frank Du,Stefano Dubay,Nancy Duff,Philip Duncan,Mike Ek,Chris Elmer,Josh Elmore,Anders Ericson,Thomas Esmeralda,Tony Etienne,Robert E. Evans,Rich Fallat,Saeed Faridzadeh,Colbert Fennelly,Sean Keith Fernandes,Tyler Fox,Wes Franklin,John Fraser,Mike Frevert,Josh Fritchie,Scott Fritzshall,Nicole Galaz,Vivek Sankar Ganesh,Wendy Geary,Mikael Genachte-Lebail,Denil George,Bill Georgiou,Divakar Ghodake,Paul Gimm,Logan Gloor,Harrison Goldstein,Gilbert Gonzales,John Goodman,Jimmy Gordon,Casey Gorton,Namita Gotephode,Stephanie Greenquist,Ben Grossmann,Chris Grun,Harry Gundersen,Christopher Gwynne,Betsy Asher Hall,Rose Hancock,Anthony Harris,John Lake Harvey,Shweta Hirani,Austin Hiser,Chrysta Hiser,Alan Hodges,Phil Holland,Chris Hopkins,Mark Hopper,David Horsley,Heather Hoyland,Gerry Hsu,John Hughes,Kenton Hulme,Les Hunter,Lonnie Iannazzo,Neeraj Ingle,Lakshmi Subramanian Iyer,Vinita Iyer,Kevin Jackson,Virendra Jadhav,Babul Jain,Neh Jaiswal,Jimmy Jewell,Mabel John,Abhimanyu Joshi,Mack Kablan,Brandon Kachel,Tex Kadonaga,Kamalakkannan,Snehal Kanchan,Kelly Rae Kenan Green,Sean Kennedy,Chris J. Kenny,Michael Kessler,Geetanjali Kharbe,Chansoo Kim,Sam Kim,Si-Hyung Kim,Adam King,Marta Knudsen,Sijo Kolenchery,Gene Kozicki,Robyn Marie Kralik,Michel Kreisel Vaisberg,Louis Kreusel,Curtis Krick,Mukesh Kumar,Prince Kurian,Vikas Kurup,Sarah Kym Cosmi,Jay Lalime,David Lamps,Martin Larrivée,David Lauer,Sherwyn Lawrence,Tu Le,Mike Leben,Hannah K. Lees,Danny Lei,Eric Leidenroth,Dan Levitan,Didier Levy,Kip Lewis,Rahul Robert Lewis,Bongkyu Lim,Kevin Lin,Matt Linder,Isaac Lipstadt,Tim Llewellyn,Russell Lloyd II,Reilly Lohr,Ryan Lorie,Valy Lungoccia,Rahul Madan,Carol Madrigal,Richard Mahon,Karey Maltzahn,Richard Malzahn,Mark Mancewicz,Zach Mandt,Darshana Mane,Vangala Manoj,Paul Maples,Simon Marinof,Michael T. Marlett,Brandon Martin,Sean Mattini,Sean McComber,Daniel McCurley,Jane M. McCurley,M. Gavin McMillan,Jay Mehta,Daniel Mejia,Daniel Mellitz,Marko Milicevic,Fatima Mojaddidy,Shawn Monaghan,Mauricio Monroy,Sung Oh Moon,Meg Morris,Adam Moura,Kyle Mulqueen,Ken Murano,Karthick Muthukumar,Christopher Myerchin,Bud Myrick,Ram Mohan Nadam Reddy,Shakil Nadkarni,Rishikesh Nandlaskar,Brandon Nelson,Travis Nelson,Alana Newell,Christopher S. Nielsen,Onesimus Nuernberger,Stephen Null,Michael Hugh O Donnell,Hideki Okano,Siegfried Ostertag,Ken Paris,Min Su Park,Tracy Park,John Paszkiewicz,Sanjit Patel,Sagar Patil,Mitch Paulson,Harish Pawar,Vishal Pawar,Antoinette Perez,Linda Prescott,Gaurai Matondkar Prochin,Rakesh Pusuluri,Christian Quickle,Jason Quintana,Daniel Keith Raffel,Chris Raiskup,Niral Rajani,Liz Ralston,Vivek Ram,Siddharthan Raman,Vamshi Ramasagaram,Shrinidhi Rao,Andres Rascon,Marina Ratina,Vishal Ravishankar,Rajmohan Singh Rawat,Suryapal Rawat,Brett Reyenger,Kathleen Rodriguez,Lad Rohit,Allen Rose,Robert Rowles,Marc Rubone,Karl Rumpf,Jayaraman Sabarisan,Diksha Sagar,Saswat Sahoo,Mayuresh Salunke,Neha Samant,Mike Sandrik,Vikram Sanghai,Dan Santoni,Chingkhei Sapam,Tilak Saravanan,Yuvaraj Saravanan,Sandhya Savanur,Yogesh Sawant,Steven J. Scott,Craig Seitz,Seshaprasad,Divyesh Shah,Jatin Shah,Siddharth Shah,Srikanth Shanmugam,Amit Sharma,Shreya Shetty,Mayumi Shimokawa,Tomoko Shin,Matt Shumway,Shyamchand,Bradley Sick,Peter Sidoriak,Nic Sievers,Murugan Siju,Christopher Silva,Anna Silvey,Arjun Singh,Dhruv Singh,Dax Siplin,Brad Smith,Jeff W. Smith,Marc Smith,Jakris Smittant,Hitesh Solanki,Nelson Sousa,Nic Spier,Chris Starwalt,Rob Stauffer,Greg Steele,Contrail Storey,Frederick George Stuhrberg,Radhakrishnan Sundararaj,Chris Sutherland,Ben Taylor,Chikako Terashita,Jateen Thakkar,Kirtish Tharthare,Marc Thyng,Josh Tomlinson,Huan Tran,Greg Tse,Shreya Uchil,Priyanshu Uniyal,Devin Uzan,Viral Vadalia,Ajo Alex Varghese,Sarah Vinson,Parikh Vishal,Dominika Waclawiak,Christopher Walsh,Brian Walters,Darrin Wehser,Brian R. Wells,Bill Westenhofer,Wil Whaley,Neha Wickramasekaran,D Lun Wong,Wey Wong,Christian Wood,Michael Woodside,Chi-Min Yang,Danny Young,Robert Young,Junshik-Raul Yun,Sagar Zade,Brandy Zumkley,Praveen Allu,Bhargava Boini,Eric Bonilla,Jud Bumpas,Stacy Burstin,Tyler Cayce,Donna Dubuc-Curtis,Harrison Hays,Lap Van Luu,L. Patrick McCormack,Shyam Prasad Chowdhary Nunna,Jaikumar Pillay,Jason Scott,Srinivas Sreekantan,Yuki Sugimoto|
|Stunts||Joey Anaya,Greg Anthony,Daniel W. Barringer,Richard L. Blackwell,Todd Bryant,Jay Caputo,Jacob Chambers,Doug Coleman,Kyle Derek,Ian Eyre,Meegan Godfrey,Leon Laderach,Brian Machleit,Hugh Aodh O Brien,Michael Papajohn,Allen Robinson,Stephen W. Schriver,Jim Stephan,Brian J. Williams,Greg Anthony,Daniel W. Barringer,Todd Bryant,Meegan Godfrey,Hugh Aodh O Brien,Allen Robinson,Stephen W. Schriver,Brian J. Williams|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Jason Apperson,Tim Arasheben,Danny Ault,Scott Barnes,Dwayne Barr,Michael S. Beckman,Don Bennett,Hans Bjerno,Michael Boidy,Ffilip Bolton,Jeremy Brussell,John Buckley,Alex M. Cacciarelli,Kenny Carceller,Mark Carlile,Alfred Castillo,Elisha Christian,Mike Connors,Edward J. Cox,Jose F. Cruz,John Davies,Josh Day,Andrew Degnan,Scott Dropkin,Ben Dynice,Derrick Esperanza,John Fine,Steven G. Fracol,Damiano Fusca,Patrick George,Jessie Gregson,Jason Griffiths,Jeremy Griffiths,Craig Grossmueller,Joey Haddad,Coleman L. Hart,Matt Hawkins,Scott Hillman,James J. Hughes,Michael Paul Jones,William Kent,Peter Lee,Thomas E. Lee,Bob Leitelt,Gary Lowrance,George Lozano Jr.,Mark Meyers,Sion Michel,E.J. Misisco,Darin Moran,Ian Myron,Ralph Nelson,Les Percy,Robert P. Quiroz,Bradford Ralston,Chris Rauch,Brad Rea,Robert J. Reilly,Donald Reynolds Jr.,Aaron Richards,Chis Rountree,Paul Santoni,David Schmalz,Bill H. Schwocho,David Scott,Cliff Shaffer,Frank R. Sims,Charles Smith,Scott Sprague,Michael Svitak,James Biff Thomsen,Dempsey Tillman,Tim Wattez,Chris Weigand,R. Michael Yope,Wayne Baker|
|Animation Department||Debaprasad Bhowmik,Rachel Flowers,Sagar Funde,Tim Granberg,Gael Harlow,Audie Harrison,Patricia Kavanaugh,Kai-Hua Lan,David Linsey,Amy Lu,Jessica Papstein,Trey Roane,Rebecca Ruether,Juan L. Sanchez,CJ Sarachene,George Schermer,Sachin S. Suryawanshi,Brian R. Wells,David M. Breaux Jr.|
|Casting Department||Lois Drabkin,Jason Fischman,Carol Grant,Barbara Harris,Terry L. Lamfers,Leeba Zakharov|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Kimberly Adams-Galligan,Laura Baker,Linda Benavente-Notaro,Dorothy Bulac,David Butler,Federico Cervantes,Lynda Foote,Christopher Gilman,Claudia Hardy,Jo Kissack,Christopher Koelsch,Marylou Lim,Leticia Sandoval,Brenda Scaglione,Jack Taggart,Catherine Wall,Michele Flynn|
|Editorial Department||Pamela Choules,Lauren Connelly,Roland Eisinger,Ally Garrett,Eric Johnson,Nina Kawasaki,Curtis Lindersmith,Robert E. Phillips,Sam Tirado,Lee Wimer,Bill Ceresia|
|Location Management||Lori A. Balton,Amanda Harrington,Jonathan Hook,William Jorgenson,Manny Padilla|
|Music Department||Cindy Bourquin,Susan Boyd,Peter Boyer,Eric Bradley,Belinda Broughton,Reid Bruton,Jeff Bunnell,Andrea Datzman,Stephen M. Davis,Brad Dechter,Greg Dennen,George Doering,Alma L. Fernandez,Gregory Geiger,Clayton Haslop,Jack Hayes,Vahe Hayrikyan,Larry Kenton,Alice Kirwan Murray,Victor Lawrence,Monica Lee,Alex Levy,Jon Lewis,Norman Ludwin,Guy Maeda,Peter Mandell,Darrin McCann,Tonoccus McClain,Andrea Miller,Michael Mishaw,Dick Mitchell,John Mitchell,Dave Mustaine,Brian O Connor,Alyssa Park,Cameron Patrick,Marc Antonio Pritchett,Bill Reichenbach,Royce Reynolds,Ryan Robinson,Walter Rodriquez,Ben Schor,Chad Seiter,Tim Simonec,Dan Smith,Dan Wallin,Craig Ware,Booker White,Kenneth Yerke,Ed Zajac,Michael Aarvold,Frank Macchia,Aaron Meyer,Joe Stone|
|Script and Continuity Department||Cate Hardman|
|Transportation Department||Ryan Allen,Frank Annunziata,John A. Brubaker,Jorge Cisneros,Adam Fox,Alyssa Guzman,Marco Lupi,George A. Miki,Michael Mulgrew,Theresa M. Roehner,Richard C. Ryan,Fred Teague,Chad Wadsworth,Candice Wang,David Wang,Kevin Warendorp|
|Additional Crew||Christine Bedolla,Angel Bellmer,Ryan Biegel,Michael Boidy,Brittany Bolton,Ben Bronstein,Ericka Bryce,Jonathan Burdeshaw,Robert P. Campbell,Erin Cappiccie,Jason Chicione,Jennifer Conroy,Barry Curtis,Chris Davis,Amanda Starr DeMille,Matthew Devadas,Cristin Ertel,Rachel Fleischer,Wendy Geary,Katy Genovese,Sean C. Graham,Erin Grindler,Chris Hall,Arne Hofsjo,Henry Humphreys,Cohl Kenneth Klop,Faleshia Lo,Mitchell Marziali,Alan Maxson,Randall Maxwell,Peter McKernan,Randy Miller,Ryan Miningham,Kristi Mujica,Blake Nabavi,Aditi Nagjee,Rachel E. Prentiss,Troy Proffitt,Yvonne Ramond,Claire Raskind,Renee Riess,Emily Rose,Jennessa Rose,John Sakas,Aved Savoulian,Andrew Schark,Michelle Schrauwers,Mark Setrakian,Corey Sklov,Desmond Smith,Elisabeth Stone,Bill Tracy,Anna Wenger,Harold De Jesus,Stephen Fromkin,Laura Reeder,Gene Turnbow,Marcel Valcarce|
|Thanks||Larry Blaine,Pauline East,Elaine Hanson,Michael Kahn,Douglas Lueck,Jon Poll,Virginia Sanders,Van Snowden,Jodi Strong|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Comedy|
|Companies||Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures|
|Keywords||dinosaur,time travel,reference to bob's big boy,bob's big boy restaurant,carnivorous dinosaur|