Brontosaurus gonna EAT YOU!!!

Load up the tranquilizer guns, because Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend is the “Greatest” Movie EVER.

Click on the poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring M.O.M. and some embarrassing childhood stories.

Review in a Nutshell:   Slow, ponderous, and not particularly bright … and that’s not describing the dinosaurs!  I loved this movie as a kid; I had terrible taste.

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10 Responses

  1. I remember this movie coming out and wanting to see it in theaters. Never did though. Closest I came to watching it was two minutes on TV. Then the channel was changed

  2. Your show pic made me want to make this. http://i.imgur.com/BMsmR.jpg

  3. I was pretty obsessed with dinosaurs as a kid too but it was because of seeing Jurassic Park at a young age. I was aware (as aware as a five year old could be) of this movie, but would have no idea of how to see it

  4. I’ve seen this movie. But thats cuz I’ve seen just about every dinosaur movie ever made. I watched the first ‘Land Before Time’ movie EVERY DAY as a child and ran around on all fours claiming to be a triceratops. My favorite song was ‘Walk the Dinosaur’. I was and have always been a dino-sympathizer.

  5. I feel for you on trying to re-watch your old childhood memories. My own formative dinosaur years were dominated by the original Land of the Lost, and my attempt to watch that last year was amazingly painful.

  6. A little parental enabling can’t hurt. I mean, would we even have this podcast If Paul and his M.O.M. didn’t do things like “dueling dinosaurs” together?

  7. I don’t understand why its such a problem to let your child think they’re a baby dinosaur. That just shows they have a great imagination. Plus, its just damn adorable.

  8. It’s all fun and games until your child eats a lawyer.

  9. I’m pro that.

  10. Kinda funny to look back on this and realize what a cruddy ending that is (yet I’m sure when I first saw this I probably didn’t think of the closure from an adult standpoint since I probably just thought the whole thing kicked ass when I was 7 or 8).

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