Continuity mistake: When Grumpy jumps the chasm to chase Dr. Marshall, there's a large green bulbous plant that moves from the side Grumpy jumped from to the one he lands on. It wasn't there before.
Land of the Lost (2009)
Directed by: Brad Silberling
Starring: Will Ferrell, Anna Friel, Danny McBride, Jorma Taccone
Continuity mistake: When Rick pushes down his socks to the top of his boots to cross the lava, they are back up to his knees in the next shot.
Continuity mistake: The fossil of the lighter shown at the beginning of the film does not match how the lighter is pushed by the T-Rex into the mud later on as the text is face up. Since the lighter was pushed INTO the mud - the resulting fossil would have been flat with the words reversed on it.
Dr. Rick Marshall: If you don't make it, it's your own damn "vault." That's a bitch slap of truth right there.
Dr. Rick Marshall: It boils down to two simple words.
Matt Lauer: Renewable biofuels.
Dr. Rick Marshall: Close. Time warps.
Dr. Rick Marshall: Captain Kirk's nipples!
Question: How did the group get past the lizard people that had surrounded the obelisk they entered after meeting with Enik?
Question: Would Rick have regenerated that quickly (overnight) after the blood loss from the giant mosquito and tick that he suffered?
Question: Has it been explained how all those animals (and primates) ended their lives in the tyrannosaurus rex's lair? Did all of them get there by the sand trap(s)? If so, who re-hid them after they had been walked into? Perhaps the lair was used as sacrificial grounds or execution by the primates?
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Answer: It would depend on how much blood he lost and his general constitution. Of course, this is a movie, and reality is often fudged in order to tell the story. Having a character take days to recover would unnecessarily slow the plot.