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'Dinosaur 13'
(DVD / NR / 2015 / LGF)

Overview: 'Dinosaur 13' is a riveting documentary about the discovery of the largest Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil ever found!

DVD Verdict: 'Dinosaur 13' is by far one of the most touching documentaries that I have ever seen. A story about the Larson family, who put their heart, sweat and blood into finding and unearthing one of the most dominant dinosaur's in the world.

It actually goes to show that the Government can never be trusted, and for Mr. Larson to not be invited to the opening of Sue in the Chicago Museum is an absolute insult to Palaeontology. McDonald's the obesity king and Walt Disney teamed up and acquired Sue for a whopping $7.6 Million! To know that you put everything you have into something and have it taken from you just crushes me. It just crushes me, as it should/must you also.

Anyway, just to give you a better synopsis of what to expect from the acorn of this fabulous documentary, 'Dinosaur 13' is about a journey of a group when they discover a T. Rex, but what is special about this T. Rex, other than being the 13th one ever discovered, is the dinosaur skeleton has the most intact of any they have ever discovered. The T. Rex is soon taken by the United States Government, as noted above, and from then on the story unfolds in such a head-shaking manner.

In closing, sending someone to jail just to side with your same religious views or nationality is illegal. The judges are people that should have gone to jail. I live in Chicago and appreciate Sue the dinosaur; however, I will tell the kids about how the dinosaurs was stolen from South Dakota and the paleontologist that discovered her. Of this, have no doubt. This is a Widescreen Presentation (2.40:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.