To put it bluntly, Land of the lost Hollywood movie review might leave you not wanting to watch the film. It is a filthy update of a former kids’ comedy cartoon show. Will Ferrell plays the title role, a pretentious scientist named Professor Rick Marshall who concocts a space-time contraption to allow him to travel between realities. Accidentally transporting Marshall, his new helper, and a hillbilly survivor to the Land of the Lost. Furry extraterrestrial Chaka, who resembles a primitive ape, becomes their buddy. They’re being relentlessly pursued by a Tyrannosaurus rex. Chaka and the dino are both more perceptive than they seem to be at first. When they get there, they find a crystal-filled region guarded by shambling alien zombies serving a ruthless extraterrestrial bent on galactic conquest. They also learn that the professor’s contraption is causing artefacts to come from our realm into Chaka’s.
Despite a few genuine laugh out loud instances, Land of the lost is mostly an aimless romp through obscene, sexual, and scatological stoner humour. The whole range of illicit drugs is celebrated, from marijuana to heroin. Sex is a regular theme for the gags, including sexuality. Last but not least, there is an obscenity and a profane joke that makes fun of Jesus in this disgusting film.
Extremely age-inappropriate plot
Extremely age-inappropriate stuff, including eight obscenities and a guy drinking his own pee. Another scene also has a man pouring his own urine over himself, and a man covered in animal excrement. There is also some overt blasphemous language ridiculing Jesus and strong gay overtones played for disgusting laughs.
A hairy extraterrestrial named Chaka, who keeps touching Holly’s breasts and the professor’s privates, greets them there. At one point, Chaka stops acting like a clueless caveman and begins belting out tracks from CHORUS LINE. A huge T. rex dinosaur relentlessly follows the group. They learn that the professor’s gadget is bringing several objects, including an ice-cream truck, from our dimension into theirs. The dinosaur rips off the arm of the ice cream guy and eats him. Honestly, it was the only scene where one can agree that it’s a remake of a comedy cartoon show.
They then come to a crystal-filled region guarded by a horde of alien lizard zombies serving a ruthless space-faring villain. To drive the dinosaur at bay, Marshall urinates all over himself and even swallows it. But the dinosaur is smart and it eats Marshall, so when he comes out, he’s coated with dinosaur poop. When Marshall and his pals consume the narcotic herb, they become so high that they dream about having sex with other men. There is no way you can convince me that its okay to show such scenes in a film written for kids under 18 years and unfortunately it has not been mentioned in most of Land of the lost Hollywood movie review.
Offensive, sexual, scatological, and stoner humour abound in Land of the lost, which otherwise functions as a meandering exercise. The whole range of illicit drugs is celebrated, from marijuana to heroin. Constant references to sex, including the caressing of private parts and the detailed depiction of dinosaur anatomy, serve as a running gag throughout the show. The violence in several scenes is graphic. The scenario involves a mosquito biting Professor Marshall and dripping blood across the place. People are assaulted and their arms are severed. The sacrifice of humans is also acceptable. There’s even a profane joke about Jesus, so it’s as if the filmmakers and Will Ferrell tried to include everything objectionable, they could think of.
Use of immoral content to engage the audience
The terrible aspect is that hundreds of kids probably saw it since the creators sought to trick the audience into thinking it was a clean recreation of a cartoon film. But, in reality, it’s a crude and disrespectful picture that either should have been labelled R or was never supposed to be seen by anybody. Sadder even is the fact that since the film is entertaining, some viewers may excuse its extensive use of profanity as well as its filthy, twisted, immoral, and blasphemous content.
Not to mention, kids speak openly about using cannabis and other hard drugs like narcotic liquids at school, and there’s a pervasive culture of dishonesty and conceit among the student body. Overall, from my Land of the lost Hollywood movie review you are by know aware that it is a film that sends far too many mixed messages to its young audience.
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