Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure
Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure (2007)

Stunning photo-realistic computer-generated animation transports audiences back to the Late Cretaceous, when a great inland ocean divided North America in two. The film will follow a curious and adventurous dolichorynchops (familiarly known… More

Rated: G
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Release Date: June 24, 2008
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Critic Score: 100% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Roger Moore
Orlando Sentinel

This blend of computer-animation and live actors-as-paleontologists recreations makes for an educating and kid-pleasing trip back to the age of the dinosaurs.

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Ted Fry
Seattle Times

If you want to see something that just screams, 'Oh, wow!,' this latest IMAX 3-D feature is better than a lifelong angler's best fish story.

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Jim Lane
Sacramento News & Review

...what it may lack in visual texture is made up for by the nifty 3-D effects.

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Erin Meister
Boston Globe

Sea Monsters will undoubtedly bring open-mouthed awe and joy to brainy kids from ages 8 to 108.

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Jeff Strickler
Minneapolis Star Tribune

This Imax documentary is not your typical monster movie. It's a computer-animated look back at a time when the world was covered by oceans that were ruled by giant creatures. Think Jurassic Park without the people.

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Daniel Eagan
Film Journal International

Destined to be a staple of the large-format repertoire.

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John Anderson
Variety

Yes, plenty of things fly at your face, but they're not the only things worthy of interest.

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Michael Esposito
Chicago Tribune

Very cool.

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Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

It's great that scientists who have found so many fossils can piece it together in a way that's this entertaining.

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Flixster Audience Score: 68% Flixster User Reviews
Sarah Prisbylla
This was more storytelling - I would have liked to see a more science-focused documentary style, but I still thought it was pretty interesting.

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