Everything Action Commentary: Age of Dinosaurs
With 65 coming out this month and sounding like an Asylum movie, Zach, Chris, and special guest Alex decided to go right to the source and watch 2013’s Age of Dinosaurs for the latest Everything Action Commentary.
One of The Asylum’s many “mockbusters”, Age of Dinosaurs plays like a cross between Jurassic Park and Die Hard as a company called Geneti-Sharp has found a way to bring dinosaurs back to life, with the goal of renting them out to birthday parties, parades and more. Also, they somehow help people walk again, like Geneti-Sharp CEO Ronny Cox? As you might expect, the dinosaurs at Geneti-Sharp’s big presentation break loose and run amok in a Los Angeles building, with firefighter Gabe Jacobs (Treat Williams) and his daughter Jade (Jillian Rose Reed) caught in the middle. Gabe and Jade try to avoid the dinosaurs in the building before they eventually bust out and cause chaos across all of Los Angeles. The guys point out all the homages/rip-offs of Die Hard (including a character literally named Hans Gruber), the ridiculous CG, the many flaws in Ronny Cox’s business plan, the ineffectiveness of the LAPD against dinosaurs, and more. You can watch on services like Pluto TV, Tubi, and Peacock or just watch the version we watched below, courtesy of Movie Central on YouTube. Sync up our commentary to the movie and watch along with the Everything Action crew.
You can catch Alex streaming on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/cryptostroxd and on Twitter @TheRetroAve. You can also check out www.theretroave.com.
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