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    We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

    We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

    [ranking: 14]
    John Goodman stars in this bizarre animated comedy where a friendly mad scientist and a tiny alien thing travel millions of years into the past to feed dinosaurs their patented breakfast cereal, "Brain Grain." As the name suggests, the cereal makes the dinosaurs hyper-intelligent, yet also mildly buffoonish.
    The friendly scientist (played by Walter Cronkite) transports the dinosaurs to the year 1994, where children??s number one wish is to see terrifying, carnivorous monsters. What ensues are dance numbers, a childhood romance, and a dark carnival of souls that would make most Juggalos feel uncomfortable.
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    Adventures In Dinosaur City

    Adventures In Dinosaur City

    [ranking: 6]
    Adventures In Dinosaur City follows Timmy, Jamie, and Mick, three best friends who have nothing in common except for their love of poorly animated cartoons about dinosaurs. Timmy's parents are mad scientists running inter-dimensional experiments in their basement, an all Hell breaks loose when Timmy invites his friends to watch TV in his parents' lab. 
    The trio end up getting sucked into the television and transported to the world of Dinosaur City, a place populated by anthropomorphic dinosaurs dressed inexplicably like greasers. Once there, they meet Rex, Tops, and Forry, three ancient lizards who help them take down the de facto dictator of the city, Mr. Big.

    The Land Before Time XI: Invasion Of The Tinysauruses

    The Land Before Time XI: Invasion Of The Tinysauruses

    [ranking: 11]
    Some of you might remember The Land Before Time, a 1988 animated film about a group of young dinosaurs that was produced by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. That movie is actually really good, which makes what followed all the more depressing.
    There have been 13 direct-to-video sequels in this ridiculous franchise, with each new iteration amping up the insanity. The pinnacle of awful might be the 11th installation of the franchise, Invasion of the Tinysauruses.
    The movie follows a gang of young dinosaurs, led by series protagonist Littlefoot, as they discover an underground society of miniature sauropods. There's a cult-like atmosphere about the whole place, especially since they have a supreme leader who forbids interactions with all the normal-sized dinosaurs. The gang manages to befriend the tinysauruses, but struggle to keep the secret from their disapproving parents. 

    Pterodactyl

    Pterodactyl

    [ranking: 10]
    Creature features are always better when you add a rapper to the cast. Just look at what Ice Cube did for Anaconda, or LL Cool J's breathtaking performance in Deep Blue Sea. Rapper Coolio keeps this amazing tradition alive with his role in Pterodactyl, where he plays an army Captain on the hunt for terrorists in Turkey.
    He crosses paths with a group of college students who have made a deadly discovery: Pterodactyls are not as extinct as everyone thought, and they are hungry for human blood. Mayhem ensues as wave after wave of Pterodactyls attack the group. If that sounds incredibly stupid, that's because it definitely is.

    A Nymphoid Barbarian In Dinosaur Hell

    A Nymphoid Barbarian In Dinosaur Hell

    [ranking: 3]
    Everything about this movie is terrible, from the special effects to the hyper-sexualization of the "nymphoid" protagonist. The film is set in a radioactive post-apocalyptic wasteland where men have become deformed savages, and giant, mutated lizards rule the Earth.
    While the giant monsters aren't exactly dinosaurs, the film's creators don't let semantics get in the way of their sick "dinosaur" movie. For some reason, living in a dinosaur hell makes people excessively horny. All throughout the film, the nymphoid heroine can barely resist being ravished by the local mutants, and it appears that feminism is an extinct concept in this depraved hellscape. 

    Carnosaur

    Carnosaur

    [ranking: 5]
    Jurassic Park is to Carnosaur as filet mignon is to whatever kind of squirrel bits they toss into Taco Bell meat. As a result of genetic experimentation by corporate scientists, a mutant chicken egg hatches a juvenile Deinonychus (the Velociraptor??s lamer cousin) which escapes into a small Southwestern town.
    Mayhem, death, and terribly unconvincing dinosaur puppets are the natural result. If that??s not bizarre enough to keep you invested through the 89 minute run time, fast forward to the scene where a pregnant woman gives birth to a parasitic dinosaur egg that had infected her womb. Where else can you even see something like that? 
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Watching a dinosaur movie is always a gamble. Other than Jurassic Park, there hasn't really been another film that used dinosaurs in a way that isn't cringe-inducingly terrible. There are very few dinosaur movies that don't suck, but that hasn't stopped screenwriters from grafting the archaic reptiles onto otherwise normal stories, no matter how bizarre the consequences. 

There are way too many bad dinosaur movies out there, but luckily, a lot of these awful movies are so bad they're good. It's a fine line to walk, but any movie starring Paul Walker as an animatronic T. rex is just too fascinating to ignore.

Someone should have killed these ideas before the cameras started rolling, but somehow, they managed to avoid extinction. Seriously, any of these titles could take home the prize for the worst use of dinosaurs in film history, and that's truly saying something. By the time the credits roll, you'll be begging to be hit by a meteor. 

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