Boy I learned that it's good to do a bit of homework before watching the show!
The film starts off claiming that the footage we're about to watch is an original, unedited film. Okay, impress me. Sightings of Mokele Mbebe, the African counterpart to Scotland's Loch Ness prompts an expedition by the British Cryptozoological Society to track and find the creature. Leading the expedition is the renown scientist Jonathan Marchant and his trusted aide Charlie Rutherford.
Nothing inspiring about the cast's performance: I guess when your character is a typical stereotype, it's difficult to play it any other way.
Since this is "actual" footage, there's no accompanying music. The sound effects -- I mean the "real" sounds you hear are pretty realistic. I guess :/
The film was shot Blair Witch Project-style, but with such a weak plot and uninspiring acting, it comes off as a dizzying mash-up of jungle + dinosaurs + diluted human drama. I expected a Jurassic Park-esque film but without the back-up of a strong story and supporting soundtrack, this film did not live up to the RM9.50 billing that I'd to pay. Although I'm fascinated with the idea of a living dinosaur population in unexplored terrain, this film didn't quite pull it off.