The Lost World idea of finding dinosaurs in a remote part of the planet is not new. Peru as a location had the potential, but it was never to be. The idea of driving along a dirt road and labeling it remote for the purpose of the film is ludicrous.
Free download the full movie from Filmxy or watch online. Had they spent a week in a canoe and then 2 weeks trekking to their destination using tribal Indians as guides I would have believed it. Wearing sleeveless tops in a malaria-infested rain forest at night, camping in tents and carrying a table and chair into the jungle just doesn’t make sense. Their packs aren’t big enough for a day trip let alone a multi-day hike. The nights are remarkably bug-free, I don’t know any animal that would come around a camp with a lite fire in it. They find an albino python and don’t know its albino? They can hear sounds of something big for 3 days every night but no tracks or scats are found and the scientists don’t even seem interested. No discussion on what it could be? Was it a Tapir or Pecari, or Caiman? No picket at night to set up cameras and try and find out what it was. How did they navigate, as I didn’t see a compass or GPS on anyone? How did the rain forest suddenly become wet sclerophyll?