In the future, the world is a hella polluted trash pile, and everybody has to wear oxygen masks on the ugly subway.

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It's Stephen Lang! And he's addressing a group of new arrivals in the prehistoric world. Is he saying something about how the dinosaurs will eat your eyes for Ju Ju Bees? Basically. He even says, "Welcome to Terra Nova," the same way he says "You're on Pandora."


This is a good shot of the garbagey ruined future Earth.

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Elizabeth Shannon, the mom of our central family, is passing thru the time portal


And now here's the main character, Jim Shannon, running thru the portal as well.

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In the prehistoric wonderland there's lots of people jumping off waterfalls and apparently skinny dipping.

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And it's a romantic skinny dipping date! Wonder if they'll be attacked by some kind of aquatic dino.


Stephen Lang opening up his trunk, probably to unleash some whoopass.

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Jim Shannon having a sincere moment about how they came here to start over.


A nice shot panning over their colonist compound.

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And this is one of their futuristic humvees.


There's a brontosaurus-esque dino peering over the wall of the compound

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But apparently she's friendly, since everybody is smiling up at her.


Someone — who looks like Mira (Christine Adams) is running thru the jungle.

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Jim Shannon has an altercation with a random soldier guy, who might have a broken arm


And Jim decks him!

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Two people standing in front of a humvee shooting at a dinosaur (we think.)


Two other armed people running through the jungle at night, while gunfire erupts all around.

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Here's a glimpse of the dino they're shooting at.

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Jim Shannon yells at them to get down. Is Jason O'Mara going to do his Vanilla Ice rap routine again?


Mira welcomes us to paradise. Awww.

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Nasty dinosaur chasing a small car


Stephen Lang takes aim...

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The dino gets closer...


...and closer...

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Until it basically eats the camera.