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Released 23 November on DVD and Blu-Ray

Comic star Will Ferrell finds himself chased by a cheesed-off T-Rex called Grumpy and stalked by alien reptiles in the slapstick spoof adventure Land of the Lost.

Ferrell plays Dr Rick Marshall, a wayward scientist who finds himself in a crazy alternate prehistoric universe after being sucked into a space-time vortex. Along for the ride are redneck survivalist Will (Eastbound & Down’s Danny McBride) and Marshall’s research assistant Holly (Pushing Daisies star Anna Friel).

But with marauding dinosaurs and fantastic creatures from another world hot on their tails, the trio’s only chance of navigating themselves out of this weird and wacky world is a talking ape-man called Chaka.

Inspired by the cult 1970s TV series, Land of the Lost, is packed with gross-out gags and great special effects, and is the perfect antidote to the coming winter blues.

If you want a chance to escape from this routine expedition called real life and get stuck in the Land of the Lost, then we have three copies of the DVD to win, courtesy of the folks at Universal Pictures. Just answer the following question.

Q: What is Holly’s nickname for the T-Rex in the movie?

a)  Grumpy

b)  Dopey

c)  Happy

d)  Sneezy

Send your answer, clearly marked Land of the Lost DVD Competition in the subject line, to movietalk@ipcmedia.com. The closing date for entries is Thursday 3 December 2009.

Please note: we will collect your personal email data solely to process your competition entry. Prizes will be awarded to the first three correct entries drawn at random under independent supervision after the competition closes at midnight on 3 December. We will notify the winner by email within 21 days of this closing date. The prize consists of a copy of the DVD of Land of the Lost. Promoter: IPC Media. Prize Supplier: Universal Pictures. For full terms and conditions, see here.

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