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|Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds (1977)|
POSTED BY JASON FETTERS, April 21, 2013 Share
If that wasnít enough to ruin your carefree Summer days, a Rhamphorhyncus is flying around and also wreaking havoc. Soon Plesiosaurus will have to battle it out against Rhamphorhyncus.
The Plesiosaurus is a whole lot meaner than a rogue Great White Shark with a bad attitude, he can left you up out of the water and hold you high in the air, only to spit you out and let you drop back down to the water before eating you whole, with large spike looking teeth the size of fence posts. The Rhamphorhyncus decides to take on the military. He lefts screaming people up into the air before dropping them to their deaths. The dinosaurs take on the local Summer crowds leaving bloody corpses behind.
Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds has a funky satisfying Jazz soundtrack whipped up by Masao Yagi. It is fun to watch this movie looking for all the Jaws similarities. Even if you havenít seen Jaws in years, you are sure to spot some of them.
Overall, Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds is a fun and entertaining movie that isnít trying to be any more than that. You can watch it sober or mix up your favorite cocktail or whatever beer you want and bask in the amusement.
4 out of 5 Stars
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